Ghanaian blogger and critic, Albert Nat Hyde a.k.a Bongo Ideas has just picked on the gorgeous television presenter, Serwaa Amihere, following her ambassadorial duties on the streets of Accra that went viral on social media yesterday. She surprised many Ghanaians with her courage to hit the streets to sell and promote “Flora” products.
Serwaa Amihere was seen in multiple photos and videos persuading drivers and passengers to purchase her products. The use of famous personalities and influencers can help any company or startup business to increase profit margins.
The well-known Ghanaian critic, Bongo Ideas, has just commented on Serwaa Amihere's Twitter post about yesterday's event. Serwaa shared photos of herself while performing her ambassadorial duties and gave a caption saying, “Ambassadorial duties for @florabydelta #iuseflora. Who will buy tissues from me?”
As usual, the Ghanaian critic had something to say. Bongo Ideas replied to Serwaa Amihere's post saying, “Clearly social media influencing rarely translates into sales. You gotta hit the road.”
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