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Power oil celebrates mothers across Nigeria


Ms. Omotayo Azeez, Public Relations Manager, Power Oil (Middle) cutting the Mother’s Day celebratory cake with invited mothers during the Power Oil#Mummy Dearest Party to Celebrate Mother’s day in Lagos

To mark this year’s Mother’s Day, Power Oil organised one of the biggest parties in town for mothers across four major cities in Nigeria simultaneously in Lagos, Ibadan, Ilorin and Port Harcourt.

The special event brought mothers from all walks of life together to unwind and feel specially celebrated by the brand, alongside their children who participated in the #MommyDearest Campaign and won invites for them.

Speaking at the event, Brand Manager, Amisha Chawla, said the Power Oil #MommyDearest Campaign was specifically designed this year to give mothers a treat and the opportunity to relax with their children who took part in the contest of sharing the most remarkable experience/ lesson learnt from their mum.

“We celebrated Mother’s Day last year with our brand ambassadors moving around, paying special visits and presenting gifts to mothers at home on behalf of their children who had nominated them. However, this year’s edition took an entirely different dimension of celebrating our mothers in style at four different locations, same time, same day,” she said.

Miss Blessing Paul, who came with her mother, said: “I had been thinking about what I could do to celebrate my mother this year for her unflinching support and this opportunity came at the right time, I am happy she had a good time and I am certain she wouldn’t forget this in a hurry.

Each woman went home with a surprise #MummyDearest gift bag at the end of the night, as the organizers promised to make it bigger and better next year.

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