New Year’s resolutions and vows to yourself to achieve your financial objectives are made in January. Follow in the well-known footprints of Otedola, who was just named the ambassador for the Nigerian fintech startup Bamboo, and begin this year on a high note with a variety of international and local investment possibilities with Bamboo.
Surprisingly, Temi Otedola, an actress and media figure, has previously dabbled with technology. This ambassadorship news comes only a few months after Temi Otedola’s most recent Nollywood feature film, The Man for the Job, was made available on Amazon Prime Video. In that movie, Otedola played an IT whiz in Lagos’s vibrant and modern fintech period. In a movie whose director, Niyi Akinmolayan, was passionate about fintech and inspired Otedola to immerse herself in the digital sector for her role.
“I’m so frequently motivated by those who are taking large risks!” Tells Temi. I wish to inspire other Nigerian young to take independence in their investments with this Bamboo ambassadorship and help them achieve business success.
Bamboo is an app that is currently accessible in Nigeria and Ghana and aims to assist Africans in creating wealth from scratch by providing simple, secure, and dependable access to above-inflation returns through investments in publicly traded US companies, an ETF (equity trust fund), other African companies, mutual funds, and fixed income products from around the world.
Temi, who was once a TV presenter and a fashion influencer, has made a name for herself as a rising star in Nollywood. Prior to this, she worked for prestigious worldwide luxury companies like Gucci, Bulgari, Estee Lauder, and others. She has gained notoriety in recent years thanks to her performances in the critically acclaimed Netflix Originals “Citation,” “The Man for the Job,” and most recently, “Motherland the Musical,” which propelled her to Nollywood fame and established her as a strong talent to watch from Africa.