Most Ghanaian celebrities in order to remain relevant in the entertainment industry have managed to bag various ambassadorial deals for themselves. The likes of Nana Ama Mcbrown is widely recognized for her various ambassadorial deals with Tasty Tom products, Kasapreko nonalcoholic beverages, Hisense products among others.
One gospel act who despite being in the Ghanaian gospel music scene for several years but still cannot boast of one ambassadorial deal is Piesie Esther.
Speaking in an interview with Mike Two on Adom FM, Piesie Esther lamented that she has never had the opportunity to sign an ambassadorial deal since she ventured into the music business.
When asked whether if gospel musicians are not putting proper measures in place to attract such deals, Piesie stated that’s not the case.
“It is not that we are not working hard or not doing something right to attract such deals. We are doing all that we have to do but I don’t know why it is happening like that,” she retorted.
Piesie Esther described the situation as worrying and heartbreaking.
“It is worrying and heartbreaking, as you are saying I would wish to help promote some products of Kasapreko which are non-alcoholic because I am selling some of these products already,” she added.
Piesie Esther in her final statement added that she has a lot of followers which qualifies her to be an ambassador for any brand that operates within her line of work