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Children’s Day: VIJU gives out different products to Schools, NGOs, others – (Photos)



Children's Day: VIJU gives out different products to Schools, NGOs, others - (Photos)

Children’s Day: VIJU gives out different products to Schools, NGOs, others – (Photos)

In the spirit of Children’s Day, VIJU Industries Nigeria in their usual practice gave out some of the company’s product to beneficiaries and this event took place at their premises situated in Ikeja industrial estate and Igbesa Ogun State factory.

Mr. Raphael Osiomwan, the brand manager on behalf of the management, welcomed and address different representatives of schools, churches, mosques and NGOs.

He said that “Viju Milk is proud to announce the launch of the ‘Celebrate Their Brilliance’ campaign, an initiative designed to recognize and foster the bright young minds of our nation. As part of our commitment to nurturing the potential of the next generation, we are thrilled to also introduce the Viju Educational Tour Program, an immersive experience that will take students on a journey through our state-of-the-art facilities.

This program is not just a tour; it’s an interactive educational adventure that allows children to see, touch, and learn about the processes that go into creating their favorite Viju products. By engaging with our experts and getting hands-on experience, we aim to inspire a passion for learning and innovation.

At VIJU, we believe that every child holds the promise of brilliance, and it is our privilege to celebrate and support their academic and creative endeavors.

We would like to appreciate all the teachers, parents, and community leaders who work tirelessly to support and guide our children. Your dedication is truly inspiring, and we are honored to partner with you in this mission.”

About 400 beneficiaries came for products collection and amongst were: JTAH Foundation, Child Protection Network (CPN Lagos Chapter, YPO Shodeinde Memorial Islamic School, Royal Group Of Schools, Elibel Comprehensive School, Help-A-Soul Foundation, Misam Schools, Good Shepherd School, Cherubin & Seraphin Church, Police Children School and many others.

Many school children, school proprietors, church/mosque leaders were around for the event and also to pick up their slots.

The Touchaheart, Newsonspot, iexclusivenews blogs, The Nigeria Television Authority (NTA), Hi-impact Radio, Lagos Television (LTV) and others were part of the media that came around to cover the event.

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