Omo mothers get Scholarships

Women win scholarships to fund their children’s education by having OMO in their homes

Getting dirt out in different communities

The second leg of the OMO Door-to-Door Challenge is focused on two things; first, to show women and local communities across the country that the new improved OMO can get out stubborn stains including grass and charcoal, and second, to express OMO’s commitment to the all-round development of the child.

This is why the new installment of the consumer promotion is targeted at rewarding women that have OMO in their homes with cash sums, not to buy more OMO, but as scholarships for their children’s education.

Throughout the promotion, women will win between N30,000, N70,000 and N100,000 for having and washing with OMO.

Staying true to child development

At the formal event to announce the second phase of the Door-to-Door Challenge which will kick-off in the Middle-Belt and end in Lagos, Unilever Nigeria showed OMO’s commitment to mental and physical development of the child as the girls of Oyo State were presented with the trophy for emerging the winner of the NAPGAST Primary School Girls Soccer Competition, which is proudly sponsored by OMO.

“I have never received a medal in my life, but through the legs of our girls, this has been made possible. We thank Unilever for building talents and focusing on grassroots sports, and next year we will be here again to receive this award” noted Prof. Soji Adediran, Executive Chairman, State Universal Basic Education Board, Oyo State, when the trophy was presented.

The OMO Door-to-Door Challenge kicks off in July and will be anchored by TV personality and actor, Segun Arinze.

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