Nana Owiti's sister, Portia have spoken for the first time about a personality trait which she has been battling since the year 2017. The young celebrity shared a post on her Instagram stories revealing to the public about a trait which she has been battling for four years now. Nana and her sister Portia have always been sharing pictures of each other on social media showing how close they are, just like best friends. Well, just a few minutes ago Portia talked about how she has been struggling with low self esteem.
Portia opened her Instagram platform for question and answer session. One of the business woman's followers sent a question asking her about some random facts about herself. This is when Portia opened up and revealed that she has been battling with a personality trait that is low self esteem. The celebrity stated that since 2017 she has been battling the trait making it hard for her to feel good about herself.
Portia added that she has been having a low self esteem: Something which made her start going to the gym. Netizens flooded the entrepreneur's page with consoling messages after learning about what she been going through. Here is the full post shared by Portia.
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