Oshodi arts gallery, organisers of miss arts Nigeria pageant reality show introduced celebrity ambassadors to spice up its catalogue of the pageant maiden event on the 21st of October 2021 in a bid to keep the ball rolling.
The official unveiling coined ‘Meet & Greet’ event attracted media presence across Lagos state to the 2nd largest art gallery in Africa at its Ikorodu head base, drawing more buzz and attention to the art and culture spectacular event known as Miss Arts Nigeria.
With other art-loving practitioners and stakeholders present, the unveiling featured renowned Nollywood actress Bukola Olatunji and social media influencer Yetunde Barnabas headlining the press brief.
According to the CEO, Oshodi Arts Gallery (Dr Oshodi Paul) bringing in the celebrity ambassadors is key to the success of the event as a means of driving more traffic and getting the right crops of ladies to emerge victoriously.
“This is another huge step we’re taking today as part of our plans to spice up and double down on this unique content, given it the qualitative standard it requires. There is no way we can transcend this course without infusing the world of showbiz to arts and culture”
“Registration has started across the 36 States in Nigeria and in addition to the celebrity ambassadors we also unveiled other ambassadors scattered across the Nation taking charge of interested contestants for purpose of effective coordination and dissemination of information”
“Since beauty is key to this project, bringing in beautiful celebrity damsels and social media influencers were deemed fit to add a new twist to this sensation. It is another form of amplifying our presence on social and online media” Dr Oshodi Paul Added
“As a serial entrepreneur and social media influencer, stepping on a project like this is all about teamwork, it is what we do daily and just like the organiser said, our focus is to channel the right sets of girls to get involved in this pageant show. If it becomes successful eventually it means we have raised the bar so we will put our hands on deck for miss arts Nigeria” Yetunde Barnabas
“Art is life and frankly speaking, when I first heard about the maiden edition of Miss Arts Nigeria, I knew it would be a thing of joy working with the organisers, and that’s why we’re making it official today as an ambassador to get the message across for interested participants to get involved” Bukola Olatunji
Other internal ambassadors unveiled at the event were; Adigun faridah Olamide, Adeleke adewale, Olayinka Stephen olabode and Koiki olajumoke.