Kenyan Female Celebrity Makes History After Becoming The First Female Ambassador Of Monster Energy
By Write-original | self meida writer
Published 26 days ago - 0 views
Kenyans are very happy after one of the top kenyan celebrities announced her new ambassadorial position. She is the first female artist to have the opportunity to work as an ambassador.
Femi one stated the following ;
"This is not only my achievement, but also a win for all African female artistes as I am the first to be appointed to such a role,"
It's such a win for all kenyan and Africans in general especially women celebrities. She is now the ambassador of Monster Energy. The role has been previously taken by men. It's definitely what a man can do, a woman can also do. Femi one is now breaking barriers to work where nobody thought about.
All Kenyans have taken time to congratulate her for her new role and wishing her all the best. It's an opportunity for all kenyans to be happy for the progress the society is making on gender equality and inclusivity, over the years we have seen women get jobs that have been dominated by men. It's a sign of a growing country. We wish Femi one all the best.
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