Popular Nigerian comedienne and on-air personality, Real Warri Pikin has been unveiled as a brand ambassador for leading Nigeria’s fintech service provider, MoMo Payment Service Bank (MoMo PSB).
The artist, whose full name is Anita Alaire Afoke Asuoha, was unveiled as brand ambassador at a ceremony held at the MoMo PSB office in Lagos on the 30th August 2022. This makes her the first brand ambassador signed by the brand.
Acknowledging her new status as a member of the MoMo PSB family, She said: “I am very happy to be part of this great development. The brand’s emphasis on financial inclusivity and assisting Nigerians motivates me to want to be involved in the narrative. I am proud to now be their ambassador.”
Real Warri Pikin is well known for using the Warri pidgin and language, that has now become her signature style. In just over five years, she has had phenomenal career accomplishments that has exceeded many expectations. Her brand has grown through a genuine and relatable hustler’s journey, which fans greatly admire.
Speaking on the choice of Real Warri Pikin as ambassador, General Manager Commercial, MoMo PSB, Elsa Muzzolini, said:“The brand’s choice to work with Real Warri Pikin was effortless. This is simply because she represents principles that are in perfect alignment and are both designed to challenge the status quo with ideas and innovations. MoMo PSB places a lot of importance on fintech innovation and financial inclusion. We have always viewed ourselves as a business that promotes inclusive economic expansion wherever we are active. By working with a great act like Real Warri Pikin, we hope to promote discussion between the Fintech industry and its partners and customers.”
This alliance Is very important for both parties. We are excited about this new collaboration, and have faith that Real Warri Pikin would give it her all, in her work with MoMo PSB.” She added.
MoMo Payment Service Bank is is a subsidiary of MTN Nigeria. Launched in May 2022, MoMo PSB is poised to enable millions of unbanked and underserved Nigerians access to a wide range of financial service products.