Nollywood actress Rachael Okonkwo a.k.a Nkoli Nwa Nsukka has been appointed the brand ambassador for Aquadon Water.
The renowned dancer and Philanthropist, who said she was so excited for such honour, took to her Instagram page @rechaelokonkwo to announce the good news to her fans and well-wishers.
According to her, this will not have been possible without God's help, prayers and support from fans, family and well-wishers.
"I am so thrilled to announce to you all that I am now the brand ambassador to @aquadon_water. I am overwhelmed and honored.
"To all my fans, family and well-wishers thank you .
"I am utterly grateful for your outpour of love, support and prayers as this wouldn't have been possible without God and you all. Nkoli nwa Nsukka loves you all.
"Now, let's get Hydrated with @aquadon_water," she wrote.
Okonkwo is a Nigerian movie star, dancer, model and a philanthropist.
Okonkwo joined the Nigerian movie industry popularly known as Nollywood in 2007.
Although she wanted to join before then, she did not get movie roles so she ventured into dancing.
In 2014, she rose to fame with a movie role in an Igbo indigenous movie "Nkoli Nwa Nsukka'' a film produced and directed by Mac Collins Chidebe, which brought her to limelight.
Okonkwo has won many awards since she rose to fame, including the Best Indigenous Comedy Actress at City Peoples Entertainment Awards in 2014.
She was also nominated for Best Comedy Actress at Africa Magic Viewer's Choice Award in 2016.
The actress had featured in more than 100 movies, which include "University Girls'', "Vale of Tears'', "Not my Child'', "Ojaea-Nwa'', "Orjiugo'', and "Justify My Love'' among others.
Her immense contributions to the growth and development of the entertainment industry have made her outstanding.