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Firm fetes less privileged persons in Lagos communities


To celebrate the festive season and touch lives, a firm, TGI Distri feted the residents of Agege community to mark the final of its Terra Cares4naija campaign. The initiative, which commenced during the commemoration of the United Nations World Food Day, celebrated on October 16 last year, extended to Majidun in Ikorodu, Makoko, Iwaya, Ajegunle, Owode, Sari Iganmu, Oworonshoki and Ijora to feed 10,000 Lagosians with nutritious food seasoned with Terra Cubes.

Speaking during the outreach in Agege, Media and Activation Manager, TGI Distri, Mrs. Nnenna Onyeanacho, said the aim of the campaign was to connect with the people and put a smile on their faces.She said the programme was an initiative for nurturing a happier society with love, care and food.

“While some talked about poverty, TGI Distri decided to put smiles on the faces of 10,000 deserving, yet undernourished individuals in the last 10 weeks and in 10 communities,” she said.Onyeanacho stated that the initiative was undertaken to give back to society and is integral part of the firm’s continued efforts to add value to lives.

She said: “We care about the people and the community, where we operate. That’s why we came up with this sustainable initiative. The overarching goal is to reach out to the deserving underprivileged Lagosians in 10 different locations to spread love, care, spend time with them and feed them.”At the event, Terracares4naija Santa Claus gave out various items, including education materials to Agege residents.


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