Nutricima Unveils Psquare’s Peter Okoye As Olympic Milk Brand Ambassador (PHOTOS)

Nutricima Unveils Psquare’s Peter Okoye As Olympic Milk Brand Ambassador (PHOTOS)

By Eseme MacDonald | Associate Editor on October 15, 2014
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Africa's #1 Pop Duo, Psquare (Artiste Promotional Photo)

For the first time Peter Okoye, one half of the singing sensation Psquare, has solely endorsed a deal without the twin brother ,Paul Okoye.

Although the deal was signed last week, the music star was officially unveiled as the Olympic Milk brand ambassador on Wednesday, October 15, 2014 , by Nutricima Limited during the official launch of its new Olympic Milk campaign titled,  ‘Winning with Olympic: The Healthy Choice.’

It was learnt that Peter Okoye was chosen to represent the brand because they felt he had the qualities they were looking out for which included vitality, fitness and health which the brand gives to the nation.

The highly elated Okoye while commenting about his latest feat expressed how the deal made him feel.

He said: “Among thousands or perhaps millions of people in the entertainment industry, I feel honoured to be chosen as the brand ambassador. I am ready to push the brand to the next level because it’s really worth it. It means a lot not just to me but also to my fans. If a brand isn’t worth it I have nothing to do with such brand. The fact that I am ready to work with this brand is an indication of its topnotch quality.”

By virtue of this endorsement, Okoye automatically becomes an ambassador and spokesperson of  Olympic Milk worldwide.

Meanwhile, Peter Okoye shared some of the pictures from the endorsement event on his  Instagram page and said, “Signed and sealed! Heading to Victoria Island…. It’s about to happen @OlympicNigeria #OlympicReveals”.

Later on, he posted , “Done Deal! 2. Something BIG is going down today! Follow

Here are some pictures from the official unveiling of the deal:

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