By Dennis Osei Gyamfi, GNA
Accra, Oct 7, GNA - Sally Akua Amoakowaa Mensah, media personality and former winner of Ghana’s Most Beautiful, has been unveiled, as the Brand Ambassador for a new local food product Omama Royal Chocolate.
The 2011 winner of TV3’s Ghana’s Most Beautiful pageant, popularly called Akua, would be the face of the new food product for an unspecified duration.
Akua was unveiled at the launch of Omama Royal Chocolate at the Trade Fair Center in Accra.
She said she was happy for her latest role adding that she would do everything possible to market the product by using her image.
Omama Royal Chocolate, made from 100 percent premium Ghana cocoa is first non-clothing produced from Nayak Afrik.
Nayak Afrik is known over the years for its quality in fabrics and fashion, and the company has said the same quality in product is expected to be the mark of the new chocolate product.
Mrs Rashida Rashid Danso, Executive Director at Nayak Afrik noted that, the company was proud to be contributing to the growth of Ghana's economy by adding value to local raw material before exporting.
She said this was in support of the government's vision to increase local production and revenue generation in the country as well as promote Ghana to the world.
Mrs. Danso said, the chocolate would be sold on the local market as well as on the international market.
She said the Omama Royal Chocolate was made from the finest Ghanaian Cocoa, and comes in various sizes and flavours (Omama Royal Milk Chocolate and Omama Royal Dark Chocolate).
Nana Agyenim Boateng, Managing Director of Cocoa Processing Ghana (CPC), said his outfit was happy to partner Nayak Afrik in creating a unique brand for chocolate production.
He said the chocolate product was of maximum quality and was good for any market.
Ms Agnes Adu, Managing Director of the Ghana Trade Fair Authority commended Nayak Afrik for adding Omama Royal chocolate to their product ranges, as they diversify from fabrics and fashion to food and beverage brands.
She said her outfit was ready to support any made-in-ghana product and urged Ghanaian both home and abroad to be ambassadors for the product in their own ways thereby promoting the country Ghana.