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THE LABOUR ROOM REALITY TV SHOW: Representing Plateau State - Miss Nalong Promise Gulong

MEET NALONG PROMISE GULONG, LABOUR ROOM GOVERNOR PLATEAU STATE


My Name is Promise Gulong, I was born 18 September 1988 at Lagos Island. I am from plateau state Mangu local government, my dialect is mwaghavul. Daughter of late Rtd Wg Cmdr M.Gulong Fwangje and Pst Mrs Comfort Gulong. I grew up in Lagos and Kaduna a shuttle between the 2 states and lived a minimum of 1 year in different states like Jos, Kano, PortHacourt, Benue, Enugu and Abuja. I speak fluent English, pidgin and Hausa; basic Tiv and Yoruba languages.
I attended Air Force primary school Ikeja 1992-1994 and continued in Kaduna 1994-1999. I went to Faith Academy ota, Ogun state in 1999-2004 and finished at Comprehensive College Kaduna from 2005-2006. I did my tertiary education at University of mkar, mkar in Benue state from 2008-2012, where I attained a B.sc in SOCIOLOGY and ANTHROPOLOG. I did my NYSC at Abuja 2013-2014 with NAPTIP, shortly after service I got a job with TREVO AFRICA CONCEPTS as customer support/consultant 2014DEC and left 2016AUG.
I am a farm produce supplier as well as a realtor. I registered my company in AUG 2016 called PROMXVILLE LIMITED. I started my own Agricultural business, which is buying and selling of Farm produce and also collaborated with PSNUTRAC an Aeroponics farming system, also BUYALIVE a livestock delivery company.
In January 2017, I decided to take the real estate business more serious based on housing demands and launched PROMXVILLE ESTATES. We are currently undergoing our first estate buildings of 20 units; my team is comprised of top notch professional architects down to the masons.
I love constructive thinking, music, travelling to experience cultural shock and expand my horizon. Also, love to teach as an Orator and I am a great cook. I want to be an orator alongside my normal job description.
I have an NGO that caters for children formerly run by my mum which she catered for widows in her own little way, called the Tabitha-Dorcas foundation. On my administration, I changed the name to Promxville foundation because of easy documentation. Recently made collaborations with FixNigeria and IamProudlyNigerian to continue the great works together.
My family is nuclear, comprising of my mum (Pst. Comfort Gulong) and my siblings (Peret, Longret and Pringcart Gulong), we lost the bread winner in 1999 when I was 10 years old, and so I quickly assumed early responsibilities. I have taken up jobs since I was 16. I have a 4-year-old son who is my driving force to show that no matter your mistakes you can be whatever you want to be, with determination it will take you to your destination. My mother believed in education so she made sure she sent us to one of the best. Knowing fully well I lack physical strength I made good use of my mental strength which has always made me excel.





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