Saturday, 4 February 2017

Timaya, Olamide, Joselyn And Juliet Ibrahim Are The Latest Glo Ambassadors


Nigeria telecommunication giant, Globacom has named four entertainment celebrities as the latest brand ambassadors. They are combinations of entertainment stars from Nigeria and Ghana. They are Inetimi Alfred Odon popularly known as Timaya, Olamide Adedeji fondly known as Olamide are Nigerians while Joselyn Dumas and Juliet Ibrahim are both Ghanaian actresses.

Timaya is also known as Egberipapa, he is one of Nigeria's successful musician from Bayelsa State. He is a multiple award winner and has won four Headies  Awards. He combines hip-hop, raga, afro beat and has several albums such as Gift and Grace, True Story, LLNP, Upgrade and De Rebirth.

Olamide, the YBNL boss 27 is a graduate of the Tai Solarin University , Ijebu Ode, Ogun State. He is known for his unique fusion of hip-hop and street lingo mostly in his indigenous Yoruba language. He has produced album like Rapsodi,YBNL, Baddest Guy Ever Liveth and he has several awards including Headies Awards.

Joselyn Dumas is a Ghanaian actress and television host. Dumas role in Northern Affair earned her a Ghana Movie Award and an Africa Movie Academy Award nomination for Best Actress.  She made her debut on Television as the host of Charter House's Rhythmz, an entertainment show, which saw her interviewing many celebrities. She was the host of the flagship Talk show, The One Show, which was aired from 2010 to 2014.She is currently the host for a new TV talk show @ Home with Joselyn Dumas which is aired across Africa and parts of Europe.

Juliet Ibrahim is regarded as one of the most beautiful thespians in Africa, she is a film producer, singer and humanitarian of Lebanese, Liberian and Ghanaian descent. She won the Best Actress in a Leading Role at the 2010 Ghana Movie Awards. She speaks French, Spanish and English









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