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Queen Chizoba Ejike, Who Wore Police Uniform For Contest, Now Brand Ambassador for Franemm

Nigeria's  reigning Miss Intercontinental Africa, Queen Chizoba Ejike has been appointed one of the brand ambassadors of Franemm Industries Limited. The queen who couldn’t hide her joy said she is happy that such opportunity is coming her way just after her win as the Miss Intercontinental Africa. 

She thanked the organisation for finding her worthy to be the face of their product promising that she would do her best in moving the company goals and aspirations forward. 

Franemm Industries manufactures the Beva Products and Petal Cosmetics and just unveiled their brand ambassadors.  Queen Chizoba Ejike hit major headlines first for wearing Police uniform at a global contest. She contested and emerged the African Queen among 72 countries in Egypt. The new Nigeria Police Ambassador is expected to promote the beauty brand to attract loyalties and patronage especially as the product is not just a household name but an effective beauty innovation that guarantees confidence.

Picture: Leadership News


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