International Women’s Day (IWD)is celebrated on March 8 every year. It is a day that celebrates womanhood.

There are several women in our local Showbiz industry who deserve to be celebrated for the good things they’ve done to the society and their efforts to help other women across the globe.

Well, today we look at the top five women who are brand ambassadors of top brands. They are milking money from advertisements and are role models to many, thanks to their clean image/.

From Janet Mbugua to Terryanne Chebet, their brands appeal to the masses. Products can be used by anyone.

Meet the Kenyan women who are working with top brands.

Janet Mbugua

She’s the Lifebuoy soap brand ambassador. She is one of the most respected and influential woman around. She’s scandal-free. The former TV girl is a mother of two. The price is affordable. The lowest price is Sh40 per piece.

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Size 8

The gospel singer-cum-pastor is the brand ambassador for a local diaper brand Soft Care. She has featured in the advert with her daughter Ladasha. The diaper goes for Sh20 a  piece. She’s also the brand ambassador of Soft Care sanitary towels.

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Size 8 the new brand ambassador of Softcare sanitary towels

Mercy Masika

The gospel artiste and mother of two is the face of Ariel soap in Kenya. The product is affordable and it ranges between Sh15-450 depending on the quantity you want to purchase.

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Grace Msalame

She’s the brand ambassador of Royco. She is featured in the advert with her twin daughters.

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Jackline Nyaminde aka Wilbroda

She has featured in various adverts including those of telecommunication companies and supermarkets. Wilbroda is currently the brand ambassador of Jokokoa.

 

Terryanne Chebet

She is the face of Turkey’s giant diaper brand Molfix. The diaper was recently launched in the country and a piece goes for Sh20.

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Terryanne Chebet during the Molfix launch in Kenya

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Milking money! Meet the Kenya comedians getting millions from endorsements

Happy Women’s day to all women out there

Mpasho News

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