Martina to open biggest dance studio In Abuja
Award-winning Whiskey Mistress Dancer Peter Martina has disclosed that she is working hard to open one of the most entertaining and biggest Dancing Studio in Abuja and across the country as time goes on
She urged young ladies to take use of the entertainment business in Nigeria to realize their potential, noting that “women should not consider men as their provider, you must be determined, focused, and industrious.”
In an interview with journalists in Abuja, Martina made this claim, stating, “I’m working on creating a major dance studio in Abuja where people can learn the art of dance.”
She claims that “dance can keep you fit and you can also use it for leisure, so this is not restricted to only females, is going to both elderly and young, something of exercise.
“God is the beginning, and so is our determination; if you have that, there is nothing you can’t accomplish. You have to take things one step at a time, but I have faith that if I’m consistent and work with my present team, I can achieve my goal of opening the largest dance studio in Abuja with more locations throughout other states.
When asked if she had told her manager about it, she responded that Mrs. Adenike Isi Adeeko is “the kind of manager who encourages you to dream big, and she’s put this big dream in my brain.
She advises us to not focus on little things because huge problems are something that you may also have since people don’t have two heads and can achieve anything if you put your mind to it.
She indicated she would be open to working with me and that we could start something together when I approached her about doing so.
Speaking on what motivated her to dance, she explained that “right from when she was little, I loved to dance and I won a series of awards at little age and was always happy.
“Dancing keeps me going and diverts my thoughts from numerous things, such as anxieties, tension, and numerous ups and downs, as well as some personal issues.”
“I didn’t start with nightlife, I started working in an eatery since I know how to cook and make snacks before arriving to Abuja, and here (Abuja I worked as a receptionist in a hotel, I worked as a housekeeper as well,” she added when reflecting on her experience. I am the type of person who doesn’t rely on guys to survive, so I had to do this to stay alive.
I previously worked for my current boss’s company, Tiki Cultures, and she is now my first dancing employer at Whiskey Mistress.
Speaking on her journey at Whiskey Mistress, she stated that “working here has shaped her life because of the kind of boss I have.”
She said: “My boss is very kind, good to work with and she always likes to bring you close and encourage you. She would always tell you that I would not give you money, but she will teach you how to make money and you can also teach others so others can benefit from you and everything I have achieved so far, I am glad to be here.”