Chito Miranda Proudly Shared How His Wife, Neri Naig Became A Successful Business Woman

Former actress Neri Naig Miranda was discovered after joining Star Circle Quest, a reality show of ABS-CBN in search of new actors and actresses and landed as the 6th runner-up. She left the showbiz industry and is now more known as a successful business woman.

On Dec 2014, Neri Naig tied the knot with Parokya ni Edgar lead singer Chito Miranda in a garden wedding in Tagaytay. The couple now has a 2-year-old son named Miggy.

Recently, Chito Miranda shared a post on Instagram of how proud he is of wife Neri Naig-Miranda as a business-minded, “wais na misis.” He also shared the inspiring story about how his wife started and succeeded in her business.

According to his post, Neri didn’t have any savings at all when they first met. Because of the little income, she had as an actress goes to the condominium unit she was paying that time.

He also shared that since they become a couple and got married the former actress never asked any money from him.

In fact, he even called her ‘wais na misis,’ for spending her money wisely, starting from her clothes that she usually bought from a thrift store or ukay- ukay, to all her business ventures and how she manages to make it grow.

The proud husband also shared that his wife’s now-successful bottled gourmet tuyo business began at a time she decided to display some of it along with the shirts being sold by Parokya ni Edgar band at a bazaar.

But that’s not all, Neri now has her own restaurant in Alfonso, Cavite – the Neri’s Not So Secret Garden in Batangas, which only opened barely a week ago. But although the said restaurant is still in the soft opening stage, you can see in the photo that many people already visited their place.

In the last part of his post, Chito gave an advice to all aspiring entrepreneurs:

“Don’t pray for success and money. Pray for the strength, the humility, the discipline, and the determination to do what needs to be done in order to succeed. Dream. Believe. Surv…este, WORK HARD,” he concluded.