Nigerian actress and influencer, Temi Otedola has emerged ambassador for Bamboo, a Nigerian start-up app dedicated to helping Africans build wealth.
Otedola said that January marked a new year with new resolutions, and new promises as she was appointed ambassador for Nigerian fintech start-up Bamboo.
She added that this year started with her on a high with a stream of global and local investment options using Bamboo.
“Remarkably, this isn’t the first time I ventured into the tech world. This ambassadorship announcement comes months after the release of my atest Nollywood feature film – The Man for the Job – on Amazon Prime Video,” she said.
“I played the role of an IT genius within Lagos’s colourful and contemporary fintech era.
“The film was directed by Niyi Akinmolayan, whose passion for the fintech encouraged me to dive deep into the tech industry in immersing myself in the character.
“I’m so often inspired by people who are doing big and bold things,” she said.
She said with the Bamboo ambassadorship, she hoped to encourage other Nigerian youthd to take independence in their investments and lead them to entrepreneurial success.
Bamboo is currently available in Nigeria and Ghana.
It is an app dedicated to helping africans build wealth from the ground up by offering easy, secure, and reliable access to above-inflation returns through investments in publicly listed U.S. companies.
This bundle of companies is called an ETF, other African companies, mutual funds, and fixed income products from around the world.