Otedola’s daughter becomes first African digital ambassador for French cosmetics brand L’Oreal

Temi Otedola

Temi Otedola, daughter of businessman Femi Otedola, has become the first-ever African digital ambassador for Paris-based cosmetics company L’Oreal.

Temi announced this on Instagram on Friday, stating that she was honoured.

She said: “I still don’t believe I’m typing this but I’m so excited to announce that I am the first ever African Digital Ambassador for @lorealparis ❤️ I’m truly honoured to be the first Nigerian representing L’Oréal not only across Africa but also on a global stage. This has been the hardest secret to keep for the last 6 months!!

“I’m so excited to share L’Oréal’s iconic products and equally iconic brand with all of you. To me, the L’Oréal woman is empathetic, unapologetic and of course, infallible. She’s Worth It! I can still remember playing with my mom’s L’Oréal Lipstick and Mascara so this is a REAL dream come true!!!”

Otedola, who does not spare any moment to celebrate his children’s achievements on social media, said he was very proud of Temi.

“Very proud of my baby angel @temiotedola on her announcement as L’Oréal Paris New Ambassador and the first Nigerian to represent their brand. Keep Soaring!” the proud father wrote.