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Zaron Cosmetics Excites Consumers At CVL Forum


IT was a moment to savour as Zaron Cosmetics put smiles on the faces of consumers at the February edition of the monthly Centre for Values in Leadership (CVL) Role Model Forum. 

  For Miss Ifeoma Ojukwu, an undergraduate of the University of Lagos (UNILAG), the gift of Zaron cosmetics product came in very handy even as she was announced as a distributor of the product brand by Mrs. Oke Maduewesi, a co-speaker at the session and CEO Zaron cosmetics brand.

  The monthly CVL RMF, an interactive session between established personalities and budding professional, young entrepreneurs and students, was a leap from the past events with the presence of Maduewesi.

  Maduewesi used the speaking session to encourage the ladies that attended the event using her life story,  which epitomises sheer determination to succeed. She also showered all the ladies in attendance with a gift of Zaron product.

  According to her, Zaron brand, which was conceived in Leeds, United Kingdom in 2010 and began operations in Lagos, Nigeria, in September 2011, is a brand dedicated to the enhancement of the well-being and quality of lives of all people through the development, marketing, distribution and sale of quality lifestyle products. 

  Maduewesi stated that the group has grown from its modest beginning to a conglomerate with 30 franchisee outlets in 19 cities in Nigeria and Ghana as well as distributors in three African countries, the United Kingdom and USA creating needed jobs and providing means of livelihood for hundreds of women and men. 

  “We aspire to contribute to improving the quality of lives of people by developing and distributing quality and affordable lifestyle products that enhance confidence and inner peace,” she explained. 

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