20 Aug 2022 (PICS) OCI Foundation’s National Champion, CMD of NAUTH, hosted by the CEO of Ike God Goods Nigeria, makers of “Jolly Jolly Noodles” (Aug 16, 2022; Nnewi, Nigeria)
TUESDAY, August 16, 2022: It was a gathering of esteemed associates of the OCI Foundation, as the Chief Medical Director (CMD) of the Nnamdi Azikiwe University Teaching Hospital, NAUTH (Dr Joe UGBAJA), accompanied the OCI Foundation’s National Champion (Rev Dr Austin Epunam) on a courtesy visit to Chief Ikenna IFEJIOFOR, the CEO of Ike God Foods Nigeria Limited. “IKE GOD FOODS Ltd is the manufacturer of the JOLLY JOLLY Noodles, Nigeria’s Number One 2-Minute Instant Noodles.
Rev Dr Epunam is also the Founder of the Sweet Home Africa Humanitarian Foundation (SHAHF), the author of the Sweet Home Magazine.
A partnership between the OCI Foundation and the JOLLY JOLLY Group has seen to an exciting growth in the support of multiple social events across a number of the 37 NYSC orientation camps in Nigeria. The social events supported include the Mr/Miss NYSC Pageantry contests, as well as Quiz, Cultural, Songs and Eating Competitions. These supports fit into the third leg of the OCI Foundation’s tripod of activities, which seeks to Promote Social and Public Welfare among Nigerian youths.
The OCI Foundation is also the Convener of the Arm Our Youths (ArOY) Health Campaign, a Harvard-endorsed initiative that offers sustainable anti-breast and anti-cervical cancer teachings to hundreds of thousands of Nigerian youths on an annual basis. Youths in Nigerian senior secondary schools, as well as those in the National Youths Service Scheme (NYSC), are the primary targets of the ArOY Health Campaign.