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Baywater, Bridge Academy partner on quality education




Baywater Industries Ltd has partnered Bridge International Academy (BIA) to provide quality education for the less-privileged in the country by awarding scholarships to 54 pupils, who demonstrated exemplary academic performance in existing BIA public primary schools in Igbogbo-Ikorodu, Badagry, Igando, Ajangbadi and Ijegun, all in Lagos State. Nine pupils in each of the six schools have already received the awards. The partnership, which will extend into 2017, will see an increase in the number of scholarships to 60 by July 2017

The Managing Director of Bayswater Industries Ltd, Mr. Piyush Nair said the company supports primary education because it is the most critical foundation for moulding young people who would emerge as leaders in the next two decades.

He announced that Mr. Chef would present branded lunch boxes and sets of cutlery to pupils of BIA in September at the resumption of the 2016/2017 academic session in order to improve the quality of hygiene in the schools.


The Expansion Director of BIA, Ms. Olu Babalola, thanked Bayswater for its support of BIA to continually provide quality, inclusive education for children of the less-privileged in society.

A parent, Mrs. Toyin Oguntuyo, whose son, Caleb, a Primary Three pupil won a scholarship, thanked the company for the kind gesture.

For more than 40 years, Bayswater and its brand, Mr. Chef, have been in the forefront of promoting excellent customer/brand relationship in spite of the harsh economic realities of the time. In September 2015, the company commissioned its world-class factory in Ota, Ogun State and received the ISO9001/2008 certification that affirmed the company’s compliance with global best operating standard.

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