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Nollywood star, Adesua, bags endorsement deal

By Chinonso Ihekire
05 February 2022   |   4:07 am
Nollywood star actress, Adesua Etomi-Wellington, has been appointed as brand ambassador for the new beauty product, Siri Beauty Soap, by the Aspira Nigeria company.

Queen Garko and Adesua

Nollywood star actress, Adesua Etomi-Wellington, has been appointed as brand ambassador for the new beauty product, Siri Beauty Soap, by the Aspira Nigeria company.

Also, 2021 Miss Nigeria, Queen Shattu Sani Garko, was also enlisted as a brand ambassador for the company. Speaking at the launch, which was held in Victoria Island, Lagos with the theme: ‘Own Your Radiance’, the company’s marketing manager, San Tosh said the duo’s appointment meets the core values of the Aspira brand in terms of credibility and experience in their chosen professions.
  
He stated that his company has closely followed the performance of youths in Nigeria and their exploits, hence, the choice of a personality in Adesua Etomi-Wellington as an ambassador of Siri.

  
According to him, the Nollywood actress is one of the most visible faces in the movie industry whose achievements as an icon have continued to inspire the younger generation.
  
“There is no gain saying she has emerged as one of the most visible faces in Nollywood and beyond that, her achievements as an icon speak volumes.” Expressing excitement over the new appointment, Adesua said, “I am excited to be appointed as brand ambassador of Siri. I am a proponent of women feeling beautiful no matter their shape, size and skin colour.”
  
“Every woman deserves to feel beautiful. When I met with the directors of Siri, I was inspired to see that they have their factory in Kano, Nigeria. That is an amazing opportunity that creates jobs in Nigeria,” she added.
   
On her part, Queen Shattu, who is the current Miss Nigeria, said the new product would meet the needs of Nigerians because they have been offered with the best choice for beauty and perfumed soap.

“I think the product is going to meet the needs of many Nigerians because we don’t have to use deodorant that is too harsh, hence Siri is the preferred option,” she said.