Winners of Peak Milk cooking contest commend firm
Nigeria’s leading milk brand, Peak Milk has been commended for demonstrating integrity and credibility after it presented cheques to the top three winners of the recently concluded Peak Milk cooking competition in Lagos, last Friday.
Both officials and students of the three schools said that Peak Milk has shown great credibility and integrity for fulfilling the promise made on June 1, 2016 when they emerged winners of the cooking competition. The event was also in commemoration of the World Milk Day.
The winners stated this during the presentation of cheques to them in their respective schools. The Principal of the Yaba College of Technology Secondary School, Yaba Lagos, Mrs. Ijeoma Ugorji was presented with a cheque of N500, 000 for, which was the Star Prize while the Vice Principal of Ojota Senior Secondary School, Mr. Oguntoye Ayodele was presented with a cheque of N250, 000 for his school emerging second. The third position prize of N100 000 was given to Well Spring College Omole, represented by its Principal, Mrs. Oloriade Oluwayemisi.
It will be recalled that Peak Milk embarked on the Peak Milk cooking completion on June 1 which was the World Milk Day.
The campaign which was titled World Milk Day: “The Art of Milk Contest” pitched 10 schools in Lagos State against each other in a cooking competition.
Speaking to MARKETING EDGE MAGAZINE, Mrs. Ijeoma Ugorji stressed that she was impressed by the level of integrity displaced by Peak Milk for keeping to its promise.
Mrs. Ugorji added that not many organizations would conduct a competition and present the various award prizes to their winners stressing “We are surprised that they are kept to their promises. There are many organisations who made similar promises in the past but never kept them. So, we are glad that they kept their promise. We won the Star Prize with a cheque of N500, 000 for coming first in the competition.
“What can I say except to say that we are happy, we are pleased, what started out like a joke ended this way. We are grateful to Peak Milk. It is a household brand, everybody knows about Peak Milk and we are glad that they are touching young lives in this way. We hope that it will continue, it will not just be a one-off thing, they should keep on the good work that they have been doing” she said.
Also speaking after the presentation of the cheque of N250, 000, Vice Principal of Ojota Senior Secondary School, Mr. Oguntoye Ayodele, expressed delight for the opportunity given to his school to participate in the competition.
Mr. Ayodele congratulated Peak Milk for keeping its promise affirming that the presentation was an avenue for them to protect their long standing integrity in the country.
“Peak Milk is a brand name; it means that they have integrity because they have been around for a very long time and they will not do anything that will tarnish that integrity and trust that people have reposed in them and I want them to keep on keeping their promise,” Ayodele noted.
In the same vein, the Principal of Well Spring College Omole, Mrs. Oloriade Oluwayemisi said that the competition afforded her and her students the opportunity to research into the various advantages of milk, just as the competition also provided an avenue for them to gain knowledge. He added that Nigerians should keep on using Peak Milk which is one of the best brands in the country.
The students who won the cooking competition include: Miss Auwal Aisha and Miss. Anene Nmesoma of Yaba College of Technology Secondary School, Yaba Lagos, Miss. Abduirasak Jemilat and Master. Bashiru Olalekan of Ojota Senior Secondary School, and Master Miebi Borisibe and Miss. Akinbile Ebunoluwa Elizabeth of Well Spring College Omole, Lagos.