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Costarchem donates education materials to Lagos school

As part of its Corporate Social Responsibility initiative aimed at supporting the development of the education sector, Nigeria’s leading construction chemical solutions manufacturer, Costarchem Nigeria…

As part of its Corporate Social Responsibility initiative aimed at supporting the development of the education sector, Nigeria’s leading construction chemical solutions manufacturer, Costarchem Nigeria has donated hundreds of education support materials to pupils of  Sogunle Primary School, Ikeja Lagos.

The donation ceremony, also featured a career and mentorship session by the Chairperson of the board, Mrs Bakare.

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Extra activities included student interactions and engagements, underscoring the company’s belief in the transformational impact of education and its motivation to invest in the future of the Nigerian child.

In attendance were the Executive Directors, Mr Anthony Ajulo and Mr Collins Ballogun.

Mr. Anthony Ajulo in his welcome address reiterated just how nostalgic it was to be on the school grounds, listening to the children recite the national anthem.

He said: “Costarchem, aside from being a profit entity, is also dedicated to touching lives, which is part of our planned and ever-expanding CSR initiative, in furtherance of our determination to meaningfully contribute and enhance the visionary development of the community. The choice of impacting school children stems from the company’s belief in empowering these pupils for academic excellence, which is not negotiable in nation-building and as such deserves the utmost priority.”

In her address to the journalists, the Marketing Manager, Mrs Irene Emike Ntiokiet said: “The company’s choice of school is not only to rekindle the hope and interest of Nigerians in public education but also to drive sustainable development.