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Firm reaffirms commitment to empowering young talents through education

Firm reaffirms commitment to empowering young talents through education

BAMA Mayonnaise, a leading mayonnaise brand from the portfolio of global culinary leaders, GBfoods has reaffirmed its commitment to empowering young talents to achieve their full potential through its investment in nutrition and education.

Michael Adesanya, convener of the third annual Adéwálé Students’ Conference and Inter-School STEM quiz competition disclosed this during the recently concluded competition at the Ogun State NYSC Multipurpose Hall in Sagamu.

Adesanya who expressed his gratitude for the support shown to his vision of promoting STEM education in Ogun State said; “I set out with a mission to raise the next generation of talents for Africa’s transformation.

I believe strongly that science and technology are the bedrock of innovations that will transform our continent in this fast-paced 21st century.”

In addition, he said, “But how do we find our very best talent without competition? Like the Olympics, the World Cup, and tennis grand slams, ASC is the platform for revealing the peak of human abilities in education. We will produce talents that will inspire and change our world.”

The 2023 Adéwálé Students’ Conference and Inter-School STEM quiz competition ended in a spectacular manner, bringing together over 1200 students, parents, and teachers.

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Additionally, an impressive N5,000,000 worth of prizes were awarded to secondary school students from various schools across Ogun State.

The grand finale featured 48 qualified schools, each of which had successfully navigated through a series of theory-based tests and rapid-fire quiz contests.

In the end, Apt Scholars Universal College, Ota, emerged as champions of the Adewale STEM Contest 2023, marking their second consecutive win. The school took home the grand prize of N1.5 million.

This year’s event witnessed the introduction of a stimulating Science and Innovation Debate Segment sponsored by BAMA Mayonnaise.

Bright Mgbemele, the brand manager for the Mayonnaise Category GBFoods disclosed that “BAMA, a name synonymous with premium quality mayonnaise in Nigeria, continues to uphold its legacy.

We have not only committed to elevating education and nutrition but have also taken a steadfast approach to empower and invest in young talents, nurturing their potential, and paving the way for a brighter future.

This aligns seamlessly with GBfoods’ enduring dedication to local talent development and its celebration. For us at GBFoods, our collaboration with ASC transcends a mere partnership; it symbolises a resolute commitment to the future of the next generation and the holistic development of Nigerians,” he said.

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GB Foods Nigeria is a leading FMCG company in Nigeria with global footprints present in both Europe and Africa. With a portfolio of over 20 brands, our well-known brands in Nigeria include Gino Tomato Mix, Jumbo Tomato Mix, Bama Mayonnaise, and Jago Mayonnaise, among others.

For over 80 years of quality and trusted consumer experience, Bama Mayonnaise, which was developed in the USA continues to provide matchless, tasty, and delicious nutrition that transforms eating experiences across the world.

Bama satisfies the most demanding African palates with its exquisite taste, accompanying some of the most traditional local recipes and it is currently a top seller in many African countries including Nigeria.

The rich history of the spread is the foundation on which the brand has been built. Bama is that taste that spreads moments of love driven by its “unique delicious taste” experienced when applied to bread, sandwiches with fresh vegetables, shawarma, and other meals mayonnaise is typically eaten with.