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Magacha gets ambassadorial role


GOSPEL musician Tinashe Magacha was on Monday appointed the brand ambassador for UniTravel Education Consultancy, as it seeks to enhance the company‘s visibility on the market.

Speaking to Standard Style last week, Magacha expressed satisfaction with the role given to him and said the endorsement has enhanced his self confidence.

“I am truly grateful to the management and staff of UniTravel. It is a dream come true for my brand to be trusted by a big company,” he said.

The endorsement deal with an option of renewal will see the artiste featuring in the company’s brand and communication campaigns as well as adverts.

“As the brand ambassador, I am responsible for making the company reach out to people and get known. I will increase the credibility of the brand and represent the brand in a positive way and also enforcing the company’s marketing,” said Magacha.

The year 2021 will remain a memorable one for the gospel artiste following his hit song Pikicha, which got second place at the ZiFM 2020 Top 50 Gospel Countdown and saw the artiste walking away with monetary prizes and solar equipment from Voltman Solar in partnership with ZiFM.

“I feel good and grateful and I believe that it is a sign of growth.

“I am very confident now that my next project carries a lot of blessings for me,” he said.

Magacha, who is excited about his new project which will be released soon before year end, said that the public should be ready as preparations are already underway.

UniTravel Education Consultancy is a registered and genuine student service company.  It offers university admissions to various prospective students who would like to study in Poland, Germany, China, India, Italy and many more. It represent more that 150 institution across the world. The Consultancy offers overseas university admissions with up to 50% scholarships to all African students wishing to study abroad.

“As UniTravel, we are unique in that we have a special service that we offer, instead of students traveling alone to various countries that they are not familiar with we accompany them and make sure they are safe. We do video calls with their families as they get to see where their children are sleeping, learning and have a feel of the university, ” said Patience Chamboko, the company’s CEO.

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