Ben Ezechime, Enugu
Enugu Rangers International Football Club has continued to get and endorse more celebrities as the club’s ambassadors in her quest for more glories.
According to the media officer of the club, Norbert Okolie, the latest ambassadors of the flying antelopes is an Enugu-born highlife music sensational twins with the stage name, Ejima 042, who were at the club’s corporate headquarters for their unveiling.
Mbah Otuosorochukwu and Mbah Chinecherem whose latest breakthrough hit, ‘Nwayor,’ had propelled them to national acclaim, were visibly elated at the prospect of being appointed as Rangers Ambassadors and promised to be great representatives of the club.
Also appointed were young entrepreneur, Ekene Nicholas Ibeto of Kcee-Hills Classic; and Nollywood actress, Vivian Ugegbe Ajaelo also known as ‘Ugegbe-Oyibo,’ who were on ground at the corporate office to be unveiled by the club’s young CEO, Amobi Ezeaku.
In his brief remarks, Barrister Amobi Ezeaku, charged the new ambassadors of the club to use their wide reach to sell the image of the club.
He emphasised that the club must get back to its real owners, the people so that the idea behind the foundation of the club would be realised.
“You people are coming at the time Igbo people desire ambassadors for their club, Rangers International.
“The club is for everyone and with your positions in the music and acting world, we expect you to spread the good news about Rangers International F.C. to the rest of the world thereby ensuring that we become the world brand that we are targeting,” Ezeaku said
speaking, one of the twins, Otuosorochukwu Mbah, described the ambassadorial role bestowed on them as a big call to service to a great club.
He described the new dawn in the club as a worthy one that must be commended and encouraged to make the club a world brand while promising to use their brand of music to sell the Rangers brand.
The unveiling exercise was witnessed by the head of legal services, Rangers, Barr. Mrs. Nnenna Nwomeh; the administrative secretary of the club, Barrister Ferdinand Ugwuarua; and other top management staff.