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Nigerian Youths Are Charged By Glo Ambassadors On Work That Is Hard

Nigerian Youths Are Charged By Glo Ambassadors On Work That Is Hard

Globacom, bRAND ambassadors of telecommunications firm, have counseled Nigerian youths to All Nigeria Newspapers Online espouse the virtue of discipline and work to become successful.



Tribune Nigeria News Paper Popular comedian, Bovi Ugboma, and Nollywood actor, Adekola Odunlade, who are both Glo ambassadors gave the guidance during interactive sessions using their supporters at the Globacom pavilions at Bar Beach, Victoria Island, and Agege Stadium, Ikeja, hearts of the One Lagos Fiesta (OLF), sponsored by the organization.

In Victoria Island, Bovi charged Nigerian youths to focus on self-development so that you can get the best things of life, including signing endorsement deals with top Naija news corporate organizations such as Globacom and become masters in their areas.

While answering a question on which his expertise has been since he became a Glo ambassador and how an aspiring artiste could break into that big league of brand endorsement, Bovi said the focus of this kind of aspiring entertainer must be to achieve excellence in his chosen area of endeavour.
"Brand sanction connections are symbiotic in nature," said Bovi, who signed an endorsement deal with Globacom in July 2015. He Naijanews latest explained that Globacom as a company loves to associate with artistes who try and shine in their area, including that brand sanction was the method of motivating them to achieve excellence within their chosen disciplines and reaching out to the youth Naija news of today the business.

Many youths were brought by the comic, whose appearance at the Glo pavilion, including up and coming artistes, advised them to focus on mastering their art and refrain from chasing celebrity for the interest of it. He warned that attaining celebrity before professional excellence is the reason many supposed stars fizzle out fast.



At the Ikeja center of OLF, Odunlade advised the crowd who were mostly youths to shun social vices that adopt hard work when they are to triumph in life and would endanger their lives. He took pictures with many of them and signed autograph for over five hundred of them.
Two other Glo ambassadors, Basketmouth, a comic, and Burna Boy, a musician took turns to answer questions.