Telecoms company, ntel, has announced Nollywood actress, Bose Alao Omotoyossi, aka Boss Lady QueenBee, as brand advocate on a one-year deal in the first instance.
Born in Lagos, Bose Alao is a crossover actress with footprints in both Yoruba and English movies.
The 32-year-old hit national limelight after her turn in Itakun but has shown her acting chops on both television and on the big screen.
Her film and television credits include Rough Day, Blindspots, Rivers Between, Edge of Paradise, Torment, Imoran Ika, Opa Abo, Olasubomi, Bomilashiri, Thorny, Papa Ajasco and Onikola.
She has featured in productions by industry heavyweights like Wale Adenuga and Greg Odutayo and also acted alongside Nollywood leading lights such as Eucharia Anunobi, Rachael Oniga, Bukky Wright, Ebere McWizu, Ebube Nwagbo, Juliet Ibrahim and many others.
Commenting on the choice of brand advocate, Abhulime Ehiagwina, acting CEO of ntel said “Bose brings a uniqueness to ntel as brand advocate on account of her crossover appeal, youthfulness as well as her vivacious and vibrant personality. We consider her a good fit for brand ntel and look forward to a mutually beneficial relationship.”
The Nollywood actress, filmmaker, endorsement model and entrepreneur is a mother of four and is married to Nigerian-born Beninese footballer, Razak Omotoyossi. She was voted best actress at the 2011 Zafaa Awards, United Kingdom.
As brand advocate, Bose Alao will push the ntel brand gospel through her social media channels and social interactions. She will participate in company events and act as brand advocate espousing the unique attributes, capabilities and potentials of brand ntel and its products.
Reacting to the deal, she said “I am delighted to be named as ntel’s first brand advocate. I was among the early birds to get on the ntel train and look forward to enjoying the ride in an official capacity. ntel is a young brand which is spreading the broadband gospel and I plan to be a worthy apostle.”