Award winning Ghanaian engendered model, Miss Araba Sey has revealed that, contrary to assumption which is accepted to be true without verification or proof, the Ghanaian modeling industry is financially unbarred.
According to her, the modeling industry is not financially oriented explaining that, persons employed to pose for an artist, photographer, or represents a brand activates their monetary status positive as to when they pen contractual dealings with their employees.
A cross section of patrons with the assumption believes that, models and the modeling sector at large is commercially active and capable of providing their craft with encouraging funds that has the potential of easing their way of living.
Meanwhile speaking in an interview in Nigeria, the Brand Influencer, Araba Sey dismissed the notion that professionals in the industry are financially stable because they often wonder when the next pay cheque will come from.
She explained that, modeling act can’t be synchronized to monthly wages profession where as, employers are entitled to successive monthly remuneration or recompense employers for their worthy services. She added that, Models look financially attractive anytime there is a new endorsement from brands, even though it is not predestined.
However, youth activist and a philanthropist, Araba Sey revealed that, models are exposed to opportunist who try to take advantage of their desperate situation to satisfy their lustful pleasure.
The Ghanaian model urged up and coming models to establish a brand that will be a strategic advantage to their career and will embolden them with power to act effectively.
Miss Araba Sey has worked with notable and leading brands such as Ghana Textiles Printing Company Limited(GTP), Stanbic Bank, Nizoral Shampoo, Nigeria’s Superbold Magazine amongst others.
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