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Student TikTok sensation, Jadro Lita, secures N200M contract with Chinese robotic company

The self-proclaimed “African AI” and TikTok sensation has recently inked a lucrative N200 million contract as the face of a prominent Chinese robotic company.
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Jadro Lita, also known as Amadou Elizabeth Aminata, a 300-level student at Ambrose Alli University in Ekpoma, Edo State, has emerged as a rising star in the world of social media. The self-proclaimed “African AI” and TikTok sensation has recently inked a lucrative N200 million contract as the face of a prominent Chinese robotic company.

Jadro’s journey to success has been nothing short of inspiring. Initially facing financial challenges and the threat of abandoning her education due to the inability to cover tuition and living expenses, she transformed her struggles into triumphs. Today, she not only pursues her studies but also actively contributes to supporting her colleagues and community.

The young influencer has captured the hearts of audiences with her unparalleled talent for emulating AI robots and portraying herself as a captivating cartoon character. Hailing from the Igbo tribe, Jadro Lita has become a social media sensation, collaborating with various Nigerian TikTok influencers and skit makers.

With an impressive following of over 462,000 on her verified Instagram page, Jadro stands as a testament to the power of perseverance. Her journey from adversity to success serves as an inspiration for aspiring content creators, encouraging them to remain steadfast in their pursuits, regardless of the challenges they may face.

The N200 million contract with the Chinese robotic company not only marks a significant milestone in Jadro’s career but also highlights the global recognition of her talent.

The influencer expressed gratitude and excitement, underscoring the importance of resilience in the face of adversity.

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Ovie
Ovie
1 month ago

What is the name of the company? This news his probably click bait

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