I get how everyone would push iTax, it's widely applicable. But things like Oppo? Seriously? People at Capital Club use 7+, S8+, expensive vertus. Not mid-range china phones.
Again, she needs to better define her audience/target market and understand the products she can successfully 'market.'
If one wants to understand journalism and current affairs or 'women empowerment', they may go to her. But I don't remember the last time a non-techie I know wanted a phone and their first thought was 'what phone is this media personality using? Maybe I should get one'
It goes more like:
Kamau/Wanjiku: You guy Niaje?
Techie: Sema Guy, Fiti.
Kamau/Wanjiku: I know you are a techie, so help me out
Techie: Sure, w'sup
Kamau/Wanjiku:: I need a new phone, what would you advise?
Techie: What's your budget/What are you looking for in a phone?
If someone here has a story about how a media personality/celebrity/socialite in Kenya successfully influenced sales of a tech product to their audience (people went out and bought said tech because their celebrity told them so), kindly share with us.