As part of efforts to support youth development at various levels of education in the country, Chi Limited recently partnered King Jaja Hall of the University of Lagos (UNILAG) to celebrate its Hall Week.

The partnership came few weeks after the company supported the university’s Marine Football Club and the Lagos State Principal’s Cup, one of the biggest grassroots football competitions in Nigeria.

The Managing Director, Chi Limited,Deepanjan Roy, while speaking about the partnership, said youths are key to the future of the company so it needs to do all it can to help them achieve their potential so that they in turn can contribute their quota to shape and share in the future success.

“Chi Limited through this partnership, seeks to bring the brand truth of Chivita 100 per cent to life. The brand successfully achieved this through direct interaction with the students who are full of vitality and are largely health conscious.

“As an undisputed market leader and consumer-driven company noted for high quality and innovative product offerings that excite and exceed consumers’ expectations, Chi Limited desires to make positive contributions to the lives of consumers.”

“For us at Chi Limited, we shall continue to offer the best there is in fruit juices, dairy products and snacks for their wellbeing while supporting positive initiatives to ensure an all-round development for the youths,” Roy said.

The Chairman, King Jaja Hall, Taiwo Ibrahim Abiola, commended the management of the company for adding excitement to this year’s hall week. “For a company with a reputation for supporting youth development initiatives across Nigeria, the partnership with King Jaja Hall to celebrate our week-long activities comes as no surprise.”

Inaugurated in 1974, King JajaHall is the most famous and prestigious hall of the university and is home to over 1,000 students. The hall week activities are annual events that round up the session; easing off academic stress and giving opportunities to hall residents to exhibit their talents and socialise with one another through various extra-curricular activities.