Mary Ekah

In its resolve to build on the success of previous editions and its impact on children’s academic development and performance in the last seven years, Fidson Healthcare Plc has announced that its flagship children academic reward programme will hold on Saturday, July 29, at the Ndubuisi Kanu Park, Alausa, Ikeja, Lagos.

As customary of the ABR programme, about 200 best-performing kids from different public and private primary schools from across theSouth-west and South-eastern region, will once again be rewarded for their academic excellence, thereby enhancing their mental and academic
performances.

However, this year’s edition will witness the use of a new and unique venue for converging the new set of best graduating pupils as well asparents, teachers and stakeholders in the Nigerian educational system.

The Marketing Manager, Fidson Healthcare Plc., Mr. Friday Enaholo,said the choice of the new venue was an indication of the company’s persistence in its commitment to support the kids in all their academic endeavours, through its Astymin brand, in line with thecorporate brand promise of valuing lives.

“Ndubuisi Kanu Park is a bigger venue that offers a significantdistinction from the norm, with more child-friendly ambience that gives the children a unique experience. The children will have more room for fun and there will be more games to play with”, Enaholo said.