Newly appointed the ambassador and face of Oak Pensions Limited, Uche Jombo will now champion the need to infuse educative entertainment into discussions around the Contributory Pension Scheme and retirement planning. The Banana Island Ghost actress, also a Globacom ambassador, will promote and support campaigns by the pensions company across Nigeria in educating citizens on the benefits of saving towards life after retirement.
The multiple award winning actress is popularly known for her role in Omoni Oboli’s Wives On Strike, a film with a sequel getting ready for the screen. She runs Uche Jombo Studios and an NGO helping Nigerian youths become writers and actors. And being a believer in the new Nollywood (new era), she’s committed to seeing a quantum leap in the quality of the movies in the industry.
Oak Pensions is a major player in it’s industry armed with aggressive marketing strategies to capture the existing base of it’s promoters while foraying into other areas of the lower pensions market. The company is focused on the application of modern information technology for the management, operation and investment of pension funds for maximum yield to contributors.
The pensions company said in a statement: “Uche Jombo embodies the characteristics of creativity, passion and excellence that are so closely aligned with Oak Pensions core values. Our decision to partner with a Nollywood personality as our brand ambassador was imperative on the need to infuse educative entertainment.”
Uche Jombo is the executive producer of movies such as Nollywood Hustlers, Holding Hope, Damage, Broken Silence, My Life My Damage, The Place, A Mother’s Fight, Misplaced, Lies Men Tell, False, After the Proposal, Unconditional, Under Your Skin, Oge’s Sister, and Almost Perfect.
Congratulations to the actress! May many more feathers adorn her cap.