Glo unveils Moses as new Ambassador, as Kanu calls for prayers


Globacom, a leading telecommunications company in the country, on Tuesday in Lagos signed the Nigerian International and Liverpool Football Club winger, Victor Moses as its brand ambassador.

Speaking during the event held at the Mike Adenuga Headquarters of Globacom; the Chief Operating Officer of Globacom, Mohamed Jameel said of the new Ambassador:

“This is not only meant to promote the growth of the various industries but also to encourage our teeming youth population to aspire to realise their dreams by looking up to these crop of ambassadors as mentors.

“It is in line with our commitment to delivering value and rewarding excellence that we have signed up one of our own, a Nigerian International, a dynamic winger and outstanding member of our victorious National Team, the Super Eagles, Victor Moses to project the Globacom brand across the world,” Jameel stated further.

In his response, Moses who thanked Globacom for his choice as the company’s ambassador, promised to “score more goals for the company.”

He noted that the Globacom ambassadorship is his first endorsement contract in Africa, while promising to ensure that the Super Eagles qualify for the World Cup.

Meanwhile, Ex-Super Eagles captain Nwankwo Kanu, who played for Nigeria at various competitions including at the France ’98, Korea/Japan 2002 and South Africa 2010 World Cups, has called on Nigerians to pray for the Eagles ahead of the Ethiopian encounter, saying “we need luck”. 

 “As the crucial match against Ethiopia draws near, let’s give our team support and prayers,” the 1995 UEFA Champions League winner wrote on Facebook on Tuesday.

“We need all the luck and three points in the match.”

 “This (match) will be a serious test for us because it is the final hurdle. Only big characters will be selected to play and concentration and focus must be high,” Supersport quoted the Tunisia ’94 Africa Cup of Nation winner  as saying.



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