Dufil Prima Foods, makers of Indomie noodles, has donated cash and educational materials to the Lagos Empowerment and Resource Network (LEARN), to support is effort to positively impact the country’s educational sector through its free Summer School initiative.
Dufil’s Group Public Relations and Events Manager Tope Ashiwaju, at the presentation, said: “It is the main thrust of our company to prioritise educational development of the Nigerian child, with a strong belief that a quality academic opportunity should not elude them.
“Indomie is known as one of the foremost brands with immense contribution to the development of education at all levels. We are committed to it because quality education is a legacy we owe our Children since they are the future of tomorrow. As children, you should be the change you want to see because only you can determine path you want to chart for yourself.”
Project Manager, LEARN Mrs. Aderonke Oguntoyinbo Thanked Dufil for its unwavering commitment towards the LEARN initiative, describing it as very strategic and helpful.
“This partnership has excited the children, having been assured of free lunch during the summer school, with study materials. This will help them concentrate on what they are being taught,” she added.
Sulaimon Jamiu, who spoke on behalf of other pupils, thanked Dufil for its support in the last nine years. He urged the firm not to relent in ensuring that children get good education.