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Samuel Inkoom unveiled brand ambassador of Happy Man Beverages

BY: Kweku Zurek
Akrobeto, Dr Emmanuel Borketey Bortey and Samuel Inkoom at the ceremony.
Akrobeto, Dr Emmanuel Borketey Bortey and Samuel Inkoom at the ceremony.

Charger Limited, manufacturers of fast-growing Happy Man Beverages Plus 1 Energy Drink, has signed Black Stars and former Asante Kotoko right-back Samuel Nkoom its brand ambassador.

The former FC Basel defender was unveiled in the company of popular actor Akwasi Boadi (Akrobeto) in a brief but impressive signing ceremony at the offices of Charger Limited (Happy Man Bitters). He was extremely grateful for what he described as a huge honour.

Inkoom after putting pen to paper said, "This is indeed a huge honour taking into account how fast the energy drink is growing, after a few months on the market. I will within my means push it to the level it deserves. I thank Dr Bortey and his hard-working team for the recognition".

He added, "Indeed, having tasted the energy drink, l have realized it embodies that extra Energy one needs throughout the day."

The Founding President of Charger Limited, Dr Emmanuel Borketey Bortey said the honour was in recognition of the player's contribution to football in the country and beyond.

Charger Limited produces Happy Man Plus 1 Cola, Happy man plus 1 Apple, Happy Man Plus 1 Tamarind and Happy Man Plus 1 Mango.