Mothers Day, Olympic Milk, TV Show
Mothers Day

Olympic Milk, a multi-functional milk brand in Nigeria on Easter Sunday hosted women and mothers across the country to a spicy TV Program to mark two events that showcased the qualities of the female gender (International Women’s Day and Mother’s Day respectively).

The Mother’s Day TV Show was hosted on the Network Service of the Nigerian Television Authority, NTA.

The Talk-Show program with LIVE audience was produced for Olympic Milk by ‘‘Media Industries Concept’’ and was ‘issue based’, intellectually balanced and beautifully presented with viewers yearning for more.

Guests on the program took time to dissect issues affecting women with a view to finding long lasting solutions to majority of the topics trashed on the program such as, Breast Cancer in Women, Violence Against Women, Women Entrepreneurs and the main topic which dwelt on, Mothers, Veritable Tools For National Development.

Speaking during the first segment of the program which centered on Mothers, Veritable Tools For National Development, Mrs. Josephine Oluseyi-Williams, who was a former Head of Service in Lagos, said that women should stand forth and take positions of authority by themselves as no man would give them the space if they (the women) are not willing and ready to take the responsibilities.

She stated further that she rose to the pinnacle of her career in the civil service in Lagos State because, opportunities for her met her preparedness for them and when they came, she was ready and had to grab them and excelled on them individually.

Another speaker, Mrs Arobieke on her part said at the time when there was no woman as it were in her community willing to step out to occupy available positions, she was ready, took the challenge and broke records as the first female Chairman of Agboyi-Ketu LGA with diverse developmental projects that hasn’t been met by any after her.

In his remark, the Managing Director of Media Industries Concept, Mr. Precious Eze thanked Olympic Milk for standing in the gap for Nigerian women and for supporting his company in making sure that his dream to showcase women/mothers nationally came to fruition.

The One-Hour LIVE show aired across the country and beyond and was anchored by award winning broadcaster, Siju Alabi.

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