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Maltina and ASG boost sports spirit in over 20 schools in Lagos

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Not less than 20 schools across Lagos State have benefitted from the Maltina, and Athletic School Games partnership geared towards supporting inter-school sports competition programmes through the platform of ‘Maltina School Games’.

In a bid to be more dynamic in its approach this year, the brand toured several schools in Lagos, including – Children’s International School, Rainbow College, Grange School, Caleb International School, and a host of others to bring the Maltina School Games spirit to their inter-house sports competitions.

Daniella Ogunsanya, the senior brand manager at Maltina, a leading malt beverage in Nigeria, speaking at the event said, “We are passionate about identifying and nurturing young talents, especially through the Maltina School Games platform where young athletes can discover their potential and embrace the spirit of competition.

“We’re excited to witness the stories that unfold throughout these competitions and celebrate the birth of future sporting champions.”

Ogunsanya furthermore said that through such collaboration, Maltina remains committed to championing school sports development in Nigeria and supporting young athletes to reach their full potential while sharing happiness.

She maintained that the quest to champion school sports development in Nigeria has culminated in the firm’s partnership with the inaugural edition of the Athletic School Games held in Lagos on April 27, 2024.

The highly anticipated event saw Maltina collaborate with ASG to support young athletes from over 20 schools in Lagos state to represent their schools, competing in various track and field events.

Since launching its Maltina School Games platform in 2020, Maltina has continued to leverage this platform to build future athletic champions while sharing happiness.

The brand has inspired and impacted the lives of over 10,000 young athletes across Nigeria with every edition held to date.