BrandArena: JODACY M&M Celebrates Nigerian Children

Tuesday, 28 May 2013

JODACY M&M Celebrates Nigerian Children

To connect and excite Nigerian Kids on their special day, JODACY M&M, a nascent but fast growing Media and Marketing Company has marked this year’s Children’s Day with over One Thousand school children in grand style. The event which took place at Kidszone Garden was supported by Milo, Ribena, Peak Milk and Beloxxi Biscuit.

Activities at the fun-filled event includes a match past competition amongst the schools, dancing, bouncing castle, swimming and others.  The children were given exciting gift packs to make the day special for them. Over 20 private and public schools as well as individuals were in attendance.

Speaking at the event, special guest and Editor BrandiQ Magazine, Ntia Usukuma said that, Children’s Day is a time where families and communities come together to celebrate the children in their lives.  It’s a day of fun, sharing and bonding.

Mr Usukuma revealed that, “one of the most important things we can do is to give them our time. Spending time, talking, and asking our children about their hopes and dreams do not cost a thing, but it sends a message that they are loved.  It is also a chance for us to learn something new about them – children are full of wisdom and can tell us lots about the things they need to be happy”.

The General Manager/Lead Consultant, JODACY M&M, Mr. Kingsley Ogbonna, revealed that, the party was packaged to promote affection between the brand and the children, and ultimately advocate love which is the focus the event. “We strongly believe in the uniqueness of the Nigerian children as they represent the future of our country. We therefore consider this event as a gift to the children on this special day to appreciate and give back in the spirit of the celebration”.

The schools that participated include: Intesida Nursery and Primary School, Agege; ST Bernadett Group of School, Ipaja; Little Treasure Private School; Precious Saviour Nursery and Primary School; Sure Foundation; The Glory of God Nursery and Primary; Pleasant Success; Matrix Leaning Field; Landrose Private School and Revolution Nursery and Primary School.

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