Aquafina, Nigeria’s top premium bottled water brand, has acknowledged and rewarded Wisdom Nsima, affectionately known as Dr. H2O.
The young talent gained popularity from a viral video where he skillfully and engagingly promoted Aquafina bottled water to travelers at a bus station.
In a generous gesture, Aquafina presented the young man with a complete business setup valued at several millions of Naira in Onitsha, Anambra, his hometown.
Key representatives from Aquafina traveled to Onitsha to present the comprehensive business package, which encompassed a fully stocked store filled with thousands of their product cases, a generator, a deep freezer, a tricycle truck, a cash reward, and more.
The AGM, Seven-Up Bottling Company Enugu, Isaac Iku, expressed that Nigeria is a great nation with great talents across every city.
He said, “Wisdom Nsima’s bravery in promoting the Aquafina brand by taking ownership and confidently marketing the brand to consumers and commuters in such an fluent and confident manner left a lasting impression in the hearts of Nigerians. We are committed to supporting him in achieving his dreams to become an entrepreneur. As a gesture of our commitment, we have set up this business for him to keep him soaring as we see his work, creativity and potential grow.”
“We are that brand that would continue to inspire, empower and refresh Nigerians and we just want to commend Wisdom for his intelligence and dedication to his legitimate hustle. We are excited to collaborate with him to create a brighter future and be a true ‘Padi of Life”.
Overwhelmed with emotion, Wisdom was moved to tears of joy and appreciation. He thanked Aquafina, stating he never imagined that his life would change so drastically, lifting him from the streets of Onitsha, Anambra, to a brighter future.
“This is an unexpected turnaround from one day of hawking water. Thank you Aquafinafor your support in making my dream a reality; taking me from a street hawker to a business owner overnight is truly a big one for me and I will always be grateful”, he said.