By Dipo Olowookere
It was a memorable day on Sunday, May 27, 2018 as some kids were hosted by Nigeria’s number one malt drink, Maltina, in commemoration of the Children’s Day celebrations.
Maltina is the first locally produced malt drink in Nigeria and is fortified with vitamins and calcium for healthy families.
On Children’s Day, Maltina, hosted hundreds of children and their parents in Lagos and Ibadan to a party, in line with the brand’s mission to nourish precious family moments and spread happiness.
The families got to enjoy fun activities like face-painting, sack races, carousel rides, Tug of War, board games, puzzles, foosball, and lots of other exciting side attractions. They also got to hang out with the Maltina’s Happy the Mascot.
Winners of some of these games got to walk away with amazing gifts like a laptop, giant teddy bear, Maltina goody bags, bicycles and lots more.
Commenting on the event, one of the excited guests, Yemisi Adekola, stated that, “Being able to hang out with my kids away from the stress of work and all that is such a fantastic experience. I can’t remember the last time we did this as a family and I’m so glad I didn’t pass on this opportunity. This was indeed a wonderful experience and I can’t thank Maltina enough.”
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