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Mike Adenuga’s Daughter, Bella Disu Confesses Her Weakness
Not many knew this about her. Though she displays an amiable personality, the Executive Vice Chairman of Globacom, Bella Disu, has revealed that she is a shy person.This , she made known today after taking the Myers-Briggs (MBTI) Personality Questionnaire. Bella posted a picture of herself on Instagram Tuesday carrying an inscription – ISFJ – which means Introverted Sensing Feeling Judging.
She said the results from the questionnaire revealed her as one with ‘Introverted Sensing with Extraverted Feeling’.
According to her, “ISFJs are quiet, kind, highly dependable, loyal, practical, stable and value security and traditions. They have a well developed sense of space, function and aesthetic appeal. They also have exceptional memory and thrive with learning styles that involve practical application.
“They are nurturers and the ‘go to’ people for advice and issues. ISFJs often get over burdened, avoid conflict and at times, find it hard to say NO.”
She declared that “this is ALL TRUE for me! I am shy. I am passionate about interior spaces. I play musical instruments, hence my practical application to learning.”
Bella, who is the daughter of billionaire businessman, Mike Adenuga, advised that “each day presents an opportunity to learn more about one another and create the most ideal environment to develop meaningful interactions.”