Viral whistling Tiktoker Priscilla Gakuru, popularly known by her alias, Waimani, on Sunday, February 12, landed a new ambassadorial role just days after her whistling TikTok videos went viral online.
In photos seen by Kenyans.co.ke, Keshine Investment Company Ltd, a real estate firm based in Nakuru County, appointed Gakuru as its brand ambassador.
Keshine Director Keziah Njuguna explain that the content creator was brought in to push the land sale numbers up and offer her permanent employment.
"We are glad to name Priscilla Wa Imani as the new face of our Investment Properties on Land industry. Keshine is keen on promoting local talent and job creation," the statement read in part.
The company deals with the selling and buying of land and houses in Nakuru County and across the country.
It prides itself in having depth and breadth of experience and leadership in real estate, construction, and general supplies, and in dealing with a wide variety of customers.
Gakuru became a TikTok sensation for her unique delivery of content by incorporating her sharp whistle. Her account has accumulated over 127,000 followers and tens of millions in views.
Her content birthed the whistle movement which has attracted the likes of Nairobi Governor Johnson Sakaja who invited her to City Hall for a sit-down.
Notably, her viral skits already earned her and her husband an all-expenses paid holiday to Mombasa and an audience with popular radio presenter Maina Kageni.
Gakuru revealed that she joined TikTok after her children encouraged her to share her skits online. Her first video was recorded during a traditional wedding ceremony.
She intimated that she was a trader in markets in Laikipia and Baringo where she sold a variety of goods. The content creator noted that she would now focus on content creation.
TikTok has thrust several Kenyans into the limelight including Azziad Nasenya, Jeremy Maina alias Lil Maina and dancing nurse Lukresia Robai.
On Friday, February 10, was appointed to the Talanta Hela Creative Technical Committee in the Ministry of Youth and Sports.