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Eniola Badmus signs LAWMA deal months after getting dragged over Headies outfit

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– Actress Eniola Badmus is definitely in a happy mood after the recent deal she signed

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– The actress was made a representative to the major waste agency in Lagos

– Eniola revealed that the deal came after she was dragged on social media

Nollywood actress Eniola Badmus has become the ambassador for the Lagos State Waste Management Agency (LAWMA).

Some months ago, the actress was dragged on social media for her outfit to the 14th Headies Award. According to many, she looked like a LAWMA staff.

Amazingly for the actress, the waste agency has now signed her as their ambassador.

The actress shared the good news with her fans and followers. Eniola also shared photos with some of the management of the waste agency.

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Read what she said below:

“About 2 months ago, I was at the prestigious headies award show, heel high on the yellow carpet and wearing what I believe is still one of the best outfits.

“Alas, the internet went agog speculating on my choice of outfit but really, I love my fans and I believe that commentary is from the place of love. Some specifically mentioned that I look like a LAWMA staff on the street.

“However, those assertions have morphed into an untold success. Today I am a proud ambassador of Lagos State Waste Management Agency (LAWMA) @lawma_gov primarily to lead in adding value to the Lagos state environmental agenda through my talent and platform.”

The film star shared some photos of herself in her home. In the photo, the actress is seen posing by her beautifully decorated television console.

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In the photo, the ceiling is designed in what appears to be a Michael Angelo-inspired painting.

One end of the wall is seen covered with a wallpaper of golden-colored flowers.

Source: Cuzideas

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