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Unity Dolls receives Exemplary Education Support Award

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Chief Executive Officer, Unity Dolls, Paul Orajiaka (left); Permanent Secretary Lagos State Ministry of Education, Mrs Grace Ebunola Oladimeji and Mrs Ifeyinwa Prisca Orajiaka at the event

AULDON Limited, manufacturers of Unity Girl dolls, Nigeria’s first theme dolls, targeted at uniting Nigerians, has been called “an upstanding Corporate Citizen”.

This commendation was made by Lagos State Governor, Babatunde Fashola (SAN) at the Lagos State Support Our Schools Initiative Breakfast meeting, in recognition of the company’s exemplary support of Eeducation in the state.
Fashola lauded the Unity Dolls and other awardees for pulling their weight behind education and contributing their quota to the progress of education Lagos State.

“The support of education as shown by this good people is no doubt worthy of commendation and should be encouraged in its entirety. When citizens pull their weight behind education, it only goes to show that indeed they appreciate the values of education and are passionate about seeing our nation become better for the good of all.

According to Fashola, these interventions are good. It speaks to the sense of the community that recognizes the need to put something back.
The Chief Executive Officer, Auldon Nigeria Limited, Paul Orajiaka, said this award was, indeed, a validation of Unity Dolls passion and its unwavering commitment to the growth of education in the state and Nigeria as a whole.

“Auldon Ltd. through the Unity Girls Project, is currently planning to break new ground with new set of innovative dolls as the company is in the process of manufacturing fresh set of dolls that will go beyond Nigeria to embrace the whole of Africa. “This range of dolls will be called Unity Girl Africa. Already we’ve gotten strong level acceptance in the Nigerian market so we’re now moving on to other frontiers, designing another set that will cut across the whole of Africa. At the moment, Auldon has gotten the license for that from a leading supermarket chain with branches across the continent,” he disclosed.

The packaged dolls, which will likely be launched next year, will spur the public to action as it concerns influencing a more tolerant society united in diversity, with fliers detailing Auldon Limited’s CSR initiative, which is tilted towards giving rundown schools a new look.



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