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Organisers preach work-life balance as Friesland wins Remita Champions Cup

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Managing Director, SystemSpecs Ltd, owners of Remita, John Obaro (left); Captain, Friesland Campina, Chigozie Nduka; Tournament Ambassador, Peter Rufai; and Executive Director, SystemSpecs Ltd, Deremi Atanda, at the 2018 Remita Corporate Champions Cup trophy presentation in Lagos…at the weekend.

Oganisers of the annual Remita Corporate Champions Cup, SystemSpecs have urged Nigerian workers to adopt a work-life balance in their daily activities to ensure a healthy work force.

The Remita Corporate Champions Cup ended in Lagos at the weekend with Friesland Campina beating FCMB at YabaTech Sports Pavilion to win the RC3 Koenig Trophy.

The 2018 Remita Cup started with eight teams drawn from winners and runners-up in Banking, FMCG, Telecoms, and Insurance Games.

While 9Moblie, Credit Direct, Unilever and IHS Towers went home in the quarterfinals, Leadway Assurance secured third place, defeating last year’s runner-up, First Bank, 2-0.

Speaking before the final match, SystemSpecs Managing Director, John Obaro said the competition has provided “the opportunity to get families together within our organisation, SystemSpecs, and also our customer organisations.

We are preaching work-life balance, we believe that people will be more productive when they have a balanced work-life, which is part of our culture at SystemSpecs.”


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