Could it be that Rikaoto By Me's modus operandi is to use client's work for more business?
As Nigerians on social media are still fixated on the ongoing saga between Mercy Aigbe’s designer Maryiam Elisha and her client; a bride who called out the designer for disappointing her on her wedding day, more findings reveal that a model previously had a photoshoot with the same dress, six days earlier.
While the actress involved in the whole saga has decided to leave questions unanswered, more doubts are being raised about the integrity of the designer in question, whose brand name is RikaotobyMe.
Could it be that the designer’s modus operandi is to give out clothes which clients have fully paid for, to different celebrities all in the name of seeking likes and mentions?
Could it also be that some of these designers have made this a business within a business which is popular among designers and their staffers alike?
We do not have the answers.
We know that the fashion industry is a very vast one, but one dares ask! Are there not ethics to guide client service and integrity?
One may be forced to go quiet, afterall, the designer has apologised, but an apology is not enough. The media has been flogged with stories of wedding vendors(including makeup artists, designers, interior decorators, Bakers) who treat customers shabbily, an occurrence which has festered for so long.
In the long run, Mrs. Lawrettha Sawyer, the aggrieved bride may not be refunded for the underserved service she received, but the bashing meted out to Maryiam Elisha and her brand RikatobyMe will serve as a deterrent to herself and other vendors who need to do better.
This is 2018, Everyone needs to do better.
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