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Tech firms gifts pupils educational materials

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Two technological companies, Dreamworks Integrated Systems Limited, and Imose Technologies Limited, based in Lagos, Nigeria, partnered on Saturday to celebrate children as part of their corporate social responsibilities for the community.

The tech companies hosted a Children’s Day party, which was held at Adeniyi Jones Primary School, Ikeja, Lagos State.

The event, which also specially promoted technology in schools, featured several fun activities such as spelling bee competitions and others. Attendees received educational tabs, school bags, dairies, water bottles, mugs, and pens.

Speaking during the event, the Brand Manager of DreamWorks Integrated Systems, Chinyere Aylor, stated that the party was organised to incorporate technology into the local environment, especially the schools, to give the children a well-rounded education.

She said: “Dreamworks organised this first inaugural Children’s Day celebration, doubling as our corporate social responsibility, to incorporate technology into our local environment and impact our local environment with what we do, which is having a standard service for tech production and distribution.

“To mark the 2023 Children’s Day celebration, we have partnered with some of our sponsors, Imose, HP, and Cannon, to create an environment where children can have fun and express themselves in the arts, technology, fashion, and lifestyle, and not just the basic subjects; allowing them to have a more rounded experience while growing up and making them better individuals.”

Responding on the need to imbibe technology into the educational system, the Regional Sales Manager, Imose Technologies Limited, Onyeka Patrick, told newsmen that “the Imose Tab gifted to pupils during the party educational teasers certified by the State Universal Basic Education Board and the Universal Basic Education Board curriculum in Nigeria and allowed children to learn local content that would impact their education.”

The head teacher, Adeniyi Jones Primary School, Shobowale Oluwakemi, thanked the companies for their support while stating that their gesture would leave “an impactful memory on the pupils.”

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