The 27-year-old made this known in the 8th edition of the Nigerian Entertainment Conference (#NECLive8), where she appreciated her fans (Mercenaries) for continuous support.
“My fans push me a lot, They remind me to be more consistent in putting out content, and whenever I drop something, they all rally around to support me. They are there because I am creating something for them to get behind and work with. It’s not just engaging on Twitter or Instagram.”
As for women struggling to make it big in life, Mercy Eke said:
“I know a lot of ladies out there with aspirations, and I’m here to tell you that your dreams are valid. When things start to fall in place for you, do not relent, do not think that you have ‘arrived’, because you still have a long way to go. At the end of the day, what stands the test of time is what you have put out there. People only associate with success. You need to keep doing what you do best, no matter how small-scale it looks. Don’t take no for an answer, keep going, and one day it will pay”