Monday, December 30, 2013

Sweet Sensation partners City of Lagos Interschool Monopoly Tournament

From left: CEO, Bestman Games, Mrs.Nimi Akinkugbe, Executive Director, Sweet Sensation, Tunji Kamson, Head, CSR, First bank Nigeria Plc, Ismail Omamegbe, First lady of Lagos State, Dame Emmanuella Abimbola Fashola, winner of the interschool Monopoly Tournament, Umoh Blessing, Assistant Director, Lagos State Ministry of Education, Mrs. Balogun Oluremi and CEO, Chair centre group and Board member, Bestman Games, Mrs. Ibukun Awosika at the city of Lagos, Interschool Monopoly Tournament held at Terra Kulture recently.
On the 10th of Dec. 2013, the 2nd Edition of the City of Lagos inter-school Monopoly Tournament was held at The Terra Kulture, Tiamiyu Savage street, Victoria Island put together by Bestman Games. The event drew the attendance of the 1st Lady of Lagos State, Dame Abimbola Fashola, the CEO of Bestman Games, Mrs. Nimi Akinkugbe, Former Minister of Foreign Affairs, Henry Odein Ajumogobia, Ibukun Awosika, CEO Chair Centre Group amongst others. Continue...

A total of 11 secondary schools drawn from all the secondary schools in Lagos state with their best and brightest monopoly players competed in the tournament.

As one of the major sponsors of the tournament, Sweet Sensation Confectionery was the official food vendor providing meals and drinks to all participating schools and their officials.

Aside the provision of food and drinks, Sweet Sensation also ensured that all the students and their officials from invited schools got a box of the City of Lagos Monopoly board.

This in the words of the Executive Director of Sweet Sensation, Mr. Olatunji Kamson is part of the company’s plan to continue to invest in the future of the younger generation which is the primary essence of the monopoly games to teach children the values of investing, property trading, how to make wise financial decisions, lessons in strategy and imbibing the spirit of good sportsmanship.

He continued by stating that Sweet Sensation will continue to create the needed platforms for the younger generation, especially children to express themselves intellectually.

The tournament was divided into 3 rounds with the first 2 rounds lasting a minimum of 90 minutes each. The final round was played on a giant monopoly board and lasted for 120 minutes. The eventual winner of the tournament was Miss Umoh Blessing, a JSS 1 student of Caro Favored College, Ajegunle.
Mr. Olatunji Kamson presented a gift of 365 days free meal vouchers to Miss Umoh Blessing.

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