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Celebrities Go Wild On FDA After Adonko Bitters Sing Nigerian Celebrities As Ambassadors.

Celebrities Go Wild On FDA After Adonko Bitters Sing Nigerian Celebrities As Ambassadors.

The Food and Drugs Authority (FDA) in 2015 placed a ban on Ghanaian celebrities advertising alcoholic beverages , the authority made it known that the ban was an adherence to a World Health Organization (WHO) policy and efforts to ensure that minors are protected from being lured into alcoholism.

The ban has since brought up many views and conversation as some believe its unfair and others thinking it is in the right direction.

Some weeks back Ruff Town Record artist Wendy Shay got social media talking with her post stating she had just lost an ambassadorial deal with an alcoholic company because of the ban and asked her colleagues to help fight the ban.

Wendy Shay who once complained about the ban has come out to speak on the issue again after Adonko Bitters singed Nigerian celebrities as ambassadors.

In a post on instagram the singer posted a pictures of what seems like a meeting with the FDA.

https://www.instagram.com/p/B8tdLyzHijD/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link

 

Ghanaian dancehall artist Shatta Wale has also touched on the same topic as Ghanaian alcoholic beverage Adonko Bitters unveiled Nigerian celebrities as their brand ambassadors. The ceremony which was held at Oriental Hotel on Thursday February 13, 2020, in Lekki, Nigeria and hosted by Ghanaian TV presenter and actress Selly Gelly saw the unveilling of Nigerian celebrities Jim Iyke, Ini Edo, Victor AD, Teddy A, Uti Nwavhukwu, and Melvin Oduah as the ambassadors of Adonko Bitters which is a Ghanaian product.

 

Congratulating the new ambassadors on twitter, Shatta Wale asked to be also signed as he is a Nigerian.

 

Shatta Wale went on to criticize his colleagues for refusing to fight the Food and Drugs Authority (FDA) over the ban.

 

 

 

 

 

However, Afia Schwarzenegger in a video has also reacted to the ban after the unveiling of Nigerian celebrities as the ambassadors for Adonko Bitters.

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I personally don't like what I hate.

A post shared by 👑Queen Afia Schwarzenegger👑 (@queenafiaschwarzenegger) on

 

Written By : Pamela Abaah (Mz Pamzy)

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