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Baba Talisha Lands Lucrative Brand Influencer Deal With Dama Mobile Spares

 

Baba Talisha
Baba Talisha has signed a deal with Dama Mobile Spares as its brand influencer. Photo: Baba Talisha Facebook.

Tiktoker Baba Talisha has landed a lucrative deal as his fame grows in the country.

The viral Tiktoker on Monday, May 13 was unveiled as the brand influencer for Dama Mobile Spares.

“And more blessings. Nimekaribishwa huku DAMA mobile Spares with the CEO Madam Damaris Wa Dama Spares Original. Newest brand influencer of Dama mobile spares,” Baba Talisha said.

Damaris Muriithi the CEO of Dama Mobile Spares welcomed the entertainer to her company as she announced the deal on social media.

“Congratulations and welcome on board Baba Talisha. Our newest brand influencer. Karangu Muraya karibisha mgeni huku kwetu na umpatie chai very fast,” she posted.

The TikToker rose to fame after his emotional story of raising his daughter after his wife’s tragic death in a car accident.

Baba Talisha had also been trending after his fundraising initiative to accord Brian Chira a decent burial.

The fundraiser went on to exceed KSh 8 million at the time of the funeral.

The TikToker would later be accused by Chira’s grandmother and a section of TikTokers of misusing the funds.

He denied the allegations and went on to share account documents and a breakdown of how the money was used.

WoK previously covered the story of Damaris Muriithi the proprietor of Dama Mobile Spares, a repair shop and distributor of mobile phone spares.

With over five branches spread across different locations within Nairobi County, the entrepreneur has employed over 100 people.

She also runs an e-commerce website under her brand name where customers outside Nairobi can order mobile phone spares.

Damaris noted that she would sell mobile phones scratch cards in a small center and she would earn KSh 1,500.