A new evidence unfolds as Lillian Sally Addo, President of Moduga proves beyond reasonable doubt that she is unfit to lead and a disgrace to the modeling industry and Ghana as a nation.
It would be recalled when Edem Debrah, a prominent Ghanaian model resigned from his post as Head of Models for Moduga because he realized the association didn’t stand for the interest of models.
Also, it appears that speaking the truth to the association makes you dishonest and unprofessional.
After his resignation, the association came out to taint his reputation and released statements to squash his claims for resigning.
As an Association, it is their outmost responsibility to support, promote and empower models but its rather the opposite.
It turns out that Lillian Sally Addo uses her position as president to hinder the progress of models.
She goes all the way to tarnish the image of models to prospective clients in an effort to get contracts for her so called “Celebrity Models”.
This is not a hearsay, below are screenshot evidence of WhatsApp chat between Lillian and a client who seek the services of Edem Debrah to perform in an upcoming show in Canada this December.
All her efforts to oppose him of this deal yielded no effect because Edem has built a professional and an unprecedented brand that will forever live on.
Why should the president of an association that has sworn to promote models, speak ill of them to their prospective clients? Clearly this is not a body that has any model’s best interest at heart.
Models who keep quiet about the association’s shady businesses are praised and promoted as “good and professional” while anyone who tries to bring their misconduct to light is tagged unprofessional.
The slogan of Moduga is “The Voice of Models”. It seems the real voice is to taint models image and pull them down as they struggle to build their brands. This makes it clear that, once you stand up for what’s right against the association, its executives will go any length to kill your career.