Steven Ugoalah thinks he's going to be a millionaire
Steven Ugoalah has confessed he thinks he's going to be a millionaire within the next five years, despite having been fired on 'The Apprentice' in last night's (29.10.14) episode.
The Apprentice's Steven Ugoalah thinks he's going to be a "millionaire" in the "next four years".
The 29-year-old social worker was fired alongside Sarah Dales and Ella Jade Bitton on last night's (29.10.14) episode of the BBC One entrepreneurial reality show but claims he's going to be hugely successful in the future.
Quizzed on what he'd most enjoyed about taking part, he exclusively told BANG Showbiz: "The learning, the coming up with ideas, implementing strategies and learning how to make money.
"I'm going to be a millionaire in the next four years and that's thanks to what I learnt on the show."
The Canadian-born business hopeful - who insists he has "no idea" why people found it "difficult" to get on with him - also responded to claims from former candidate Robert Goodwin, that he'd been washing in vinegar.
Steven said: "Well that just proved that he'd been going through my things inside the house, and I realised when he asked me about it, I thought about it afterwards and I was like, 'Geez is this guy going through my stuff?' I was a bit concerned.
"But maybe that's why he didn't want to put himself up for project manager, because he was too busy going through my things."
Meanwhile, former PA and hypnotherapist Sarah, 32 - who came under fire in the first week for suggesting the women's team should wear short skirts and lots of make-up in a bid to win the task - stands by her strategy, even though she thinks it lost her her place.
When asked where she thinks it went wrong for her, she said: "The problem was putting myself forward for project manager in the first week and the tactics and strategy I used to try and win the task didn't put me in a great light with the girls and therefore I felt that they wanted to push me out earlier."
She added: "We needed to use our girl power, we needed to use our femininity to try and beat the boys, that's why I used that strategy."