Viral Nigerian woman, Deborah Olaki Adebisi, popularly called Mummy Zee, has become a brand ambassador for fintech company, Swift Pay.
The expectant mother announced the good news through he Twitter (X) account and disclosed that it is her first ambassadorial deal since she went viral earlier this month.
She shared a video showing the moment a team from Swift Pay visited her home to deliver the good news as well as some of its customised souvenirs.
Mummy Zee wrote; “It’s with delight that I announce my first ambassadorial deal with @swyftpay_io, a payment service provider that is renowned for having the most efficient Dollar Card Service and the best Customer Care I have ever experienced.
Create an account here: and use the referral code ‘Jfni’ or download the app on Playstore or App Store to get started and always reach out to Swyftpay via DMs on any of its socials for questions regarding the service.”
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🎉It's with delight that I announce my first ambassadorial deal with @swyftpay_io💃🏽, a payment service provider that is renowned for having the most efficient Dollar Card Service and the best Customer Care I have ever experienced🤭.
Create an account here:… pic.twitter.com/cccC9T4J7c
— MumZee✨🇳🇬 (@_Debbie_OA) January 26, 2024
Social media users flooded comment section of the graduate of GeoPhysics, with congratulatory messages.
@FavorGrace90 wrote; Congratulations 🎉🎊. This is just the beginning
@Don_TEE; Issa very Debbie January
@hashtagtweets; Naija feminists coven after seeing this tweet
@CityBoyyxxx; Mummy Zee just come online air Tacha like say na dust wey don settle😂 🤣
Recall, Gbextra Blog reported earlier that the rave of the moment informed the public of her intention to share her social media largesse with orphanages.
A Twitter user @Dprince_Charming suggested that she should donate money realised from her verified handle to an orphanage.
He wrote; “If you later have a blue tick and when you get paid, I think it will be best to give a little money to the orphanage just to show appreciation for what Nigerians have done for you.
“Don’t misunderstand me; it’s your money. I’m not telling you what to do with your money. But at least that would be a very thoughtful thing for you to do.”
Reacting, Mummy Zee responded affirmatively, stating; “Of course, Elon’s money will be shared. I’m working on the blue tick.”