Speaking at the press conference to introduce her to the public, which took place in Dar es Salaam recently, Jacqueline who was accompanied by her husband Richard Samwel, said it is a great opportunity in her life to be nominated among all national artists.
She said she will be at the forefront of promoting EMINA in the second phase of the cleanliness campaign, dubbed ‘EMINA Usafi Ni Afya’, through which primary and secondary schools in Dar es Salaam will receive free cleaning facilities such as soap and others and also
Jacqueline will also educate the public on the importance of maintaining cleanliness around their areas.
She promised to be a good ambassador for EMINA products and urged other artists to stand firm when they have such an opportunity, a situation which she believes will inspire other artists to gain people’s trust and to grow. turn into ambassadors.
“I am here to tell the public and my fans that from today I am the ambassador of EMINA products and I will do my best to make this cleanliness campaign in Dar es Salaam bear fruit” , revealed the actress.
“Bingwa Lab is doing well in community social responsibility and it inspired me and I agreed to become the company ambassador. So I urge you to support this initiative to make the city of Dar es Salaam clean,” she said.
Bingwa Lab Director Emmanuel Mwambete said the first phase of the campaign was launched by Dar es Salaam Mayor Omary Kumbilamoto in Kivukoni last year.
He said the second phase also targets food vendors, commuter bus drivers and their conductors, tricycle drivers and fish vendors who have also been educated on the importance of cleanliness and given free cleaning facilities.
Jacqueline entered the Tanzanian film industry in 2007, where veteran actress Lucy Komba discovered her and convinced her to join the film industry.
The actress has participated in more than 30 films since her debut.
Jacqueline worked in her salon where Lucy was one of her regular clients.
She first appeared in the film produced by Lucy Komba “Ama Zako Ama Zangu” where she played a secretary.
She later appeared in ‘Oprah’ in a scene where Steven Kanumba and his boss, Mtitu Game, liked her and dumped her in ‘Family Tears’ and ‘Red Valentine’.
His subsequent films include ‘Kipenzi Changu’, ‘Family Tears’, ‘Red Valentine’, ‘Suprise’, ‘Chaguo Langu’, ‘Candy’, ‘Taxi Driver’ and many more.