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Supermodel Oluchi Lands Endorsement Deal With Verve

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NIGERIAN super model Oluchi Oralndi has just sealed a mouth-watering deal with Verve 

Born Oluchi Onweagba, the super model, who has graced the covers of various top international fashion magazines, is currently the host and head judge of Africa’s Next Top Model and is married with two sons to Italian fashion designer, Luca Orlandi.

    This is not Oluchi’s first deal in recent times; in 2013 Oluchi was named ambassador for Gentle Touch alongside former Miss World, Agbani Darego.

    Speaking on the new deal, an excited Oluchi said, “Africans have a lot to offer the world. The continent is riddled with brilliant minds, and a very rich culture. I’m excited to be a part of this because I believe in Africa and I’m proud to be African, just like my Verve card”.

    Just like Verve, the 35 years old Oluchi, who grew up in the suburbs of Lagos is a perfect example of a truly inspiring African success story and represents the needs and aspirations of all Africans.

    Meanwhile, Nigerian actor and first runner-up Mr. Nigeria 2010, Alex Ekubo, alongside multi-talented singer and Alternative Soul Artiste, Bez Idakula, have joned Verve International’s Truly African campaign in celebration of the African continent.

    Created to celebrate Africa’s shared culture, heritage, and everything that makes Africa an exciting place to be right now, the campaign encourages all Africans to showcase to the world their unique talent and skills.

    According to Alex Ekubo, “the African continent is rich in culture, talent and ideas, and deserves to be celebrated. As a proud African, I’m excited to be a part of that celebration.”

    For Verve, as a proudly African brand, there is a clear desire to celebrate African talent, ingenuity and entrepreneurism across the continent.

  “There is so much potential in Africa and it is great that Verve is giving Africans everywhere the opportunity to show the world what we can do. It is truly an honour to be part of something that is bigger than any one individual. Together we can change perceptions about Africa and demonstrate the outstanding talent that can be found across our continent,” Bez said. 



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