Lilwin ambassador
Lilwin ambassador

Kwadwo Nkansah popular known in the music and acting circles, as “Lil Win” has been unveiled as the official brand ambassador for “No. 8” exotic snacks.

Produced by Foodtech Limited, “No. 8” has become a favourite snack for the Ghanaian populace considering it unique taste purely made from local raw materials and employees over 500 people.

“Lil Win” over the past has spearheaded all the TV adverts and other advertising activities of the firm, but his new one year deal would see him play a more crucial role for the brand.

Mr. Paul Anku, a marketing executive at the company, in his address at a brief unveiling ceremony, stated the significance of attaching “Lil Win” to their brand as previous dealings with the popular Kumahood actor has been fruitful.

“This new deal is to encourage him in his respective endeavours and we will support his Corporate Social Responsibility scheme,” he said.

He added that, “Lil Win”, who doubles as Chief Executive Officer of ”Wezzy Empire” will be giving a brand ‘No. 8’ car which will help undertaken his responsbilities stated in the contract.

“Lil Win” was very excited with the new deal and demonstrated his readiness to help propel the ‘No. 8’ brand to greater heights.

“Lil Win”, who is arguably the most popular Ghanaian celebrity has been lauded for his efforts in the showbiz industry and further commended for building a school at his native hometown in the Offinso-Ahenkro municipality in the Ashanti Region.

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