Unilever Nigeria donates computers to schools
To support the establishment of its computer laboratory, Unilever Nigeria donates ten (10) computers to Future Leaders High School
“Unilever Nigeria Is Doing Good Business and Doing Good In The Communities” Thabo Mabe, Managing Director.
Doing good business must translate to doing good in the communities and this exactly is what Unilever Nigeria is doing according to the Managing Director, Mr. Thabo Mabe.
Mr. Mabe was speaking at the donation of ten (10) computers to Future Leaders High School, Mowe, Ogun State, on Thursday 22nd July 2010. He said further that Unilever believes in creating a better future everyday by adding value through its brands, which meets the consumers’ everyday needs for nutrition, hygiene and personal care.
He said that Unilever subscribes to the highest standards of corporate social responsibility with focus on health, hygiene, human and sustainable development. He emphasised the importance of Information Technology in present day and future developments of Mankind, hence the need to prepare the young ones for the future by making investments that will build them in this important area of skill acquisition and development.
In his message during the donation ceremony, Mr. Mabe advised the students to think outside the box and be positively different because only those who are positively different can change the world. “Good should never be good enough. You need to be unreasonable because only the unreasonables will change the world and that is what future leaders will do,” he stated.
Unilever, according to Mr. Mabe, will continue to remain a socially responsible corporate citizen and will continue to impact positively on its various communities and stakeholders.
Unilever Nigeria is part of the multi-national Unilever group, which produces personal care, home care and foods products like Close Up, Lux, OMO, Sunlight, Blue Band, Lipton, Royco and Knorr for individuals and families across the country.
Unilever Nigeria is a Forty-Four Billion Naira business that employs about 2,000 people directly and over 10,000 others as suppliers, transporters, distributors, retailers, service providers etc in its Nigerian operations.
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