HARARE – Nash Paints unveiled sungura king-pin Alick Macheso last week as their brand ambassador on a signing on fee of $10 000.
Macheso signed a renewable one-year contract which is coupled with other standalone arrangements which will be determined by the business of the company.
Extra-basso’s humbleness tickled the youthful chief executive officer for Nash paints, Tinashe Mutarisi who found it befitting to endorse Macheso as their brand ambassador.
The unveiling ceremony was attended by Youth, Indigenisation and Economic Empowerment minister, Francis Nhema, who applauded the deal.
Nhema told the well-attended unveiling ceremony conference that the entertainment sector cannot be underestimated as it can help the economy grow.
Macheso, who has adopted fellow musician Tryson Chimbetu in his ambassadorial work, could not hide his gratitude over the honour.
“I want to thank the Lord for keeping me alive until now and all these achievements and success. I thank Him for all that.
“I receive the honour by Nash Paints for ambassadorial work and I promise we will work together as one big family,” said Macheso.