Tacha Of BBNaija Recounts Her Terrible Experiences With The Drivers She Hired
She went on to advise Nigerians about hiring support employees.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
Tacha, a reality TV personality, has spoken up about her horrific experiences with the drivers that worked for her firm.
Tacha detailed how the first driver came into legal difficulty while driving in a series of Instagram Stories pictures on Monday, November 29, 2021, and the difficult procedure she went through to regain her confiscated vehicle.
“The former drive took one way on lekki epe way and lasma impounded my van. I know the struggle I went through to recover my van,” she wrote.
She went on to describe how the second driver, who had only been on the job for two months, conspired with the estate’s security workers to take the estate’s gasoline.
She went on to warn Nigerians about the dangers of employing support employees. She requested that everyone double-check everything to avoid any problems.
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