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World Menstrual Hygiene Day: Firm launches Game To Destigmatize Menstruation

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A firm known as of Bambini games, a subsidiary of Bambini Africa, has launched an innovation board game, “GO FLOW” to create awareness and foster positive conversations about menstruation.

The game was launched ahead of the commemoration of World Menstrual Hygiene Day 2023.

The founder of Bambini Africa, Raquel Daniel in a chat with pressmen in Abuja, explained that the groundbreaking board game is set to revolutionize the way girls perceive and approach menstruation.

According to her, the game known as ” GO FLOW” a Girl’s Guide to Menstruation” is also aim in challenging misconceptions and dispelling misinformation surrounding menstruation.

“GO FLOW is a fun and interactive game that provides girls with essential knowledge about menstruation, hygiene, and mental health. By introducing this game, Raquel Daniel is breaking the taboo around menstruation and empowering girls with the confidence and understanding they need during this important stage of their lives.

“GO FLOW is not just a game; it is a powerful tool to educate and empower young girls. It tackles the misconceptions and shame associated with menstruation, promoting open dialogue and fostering a positive attitude towards this natural process,” said Raquel Kasham Daniel, the passionate founder behind this innovative board game.

“By launching GO FLOW on World Menstrual Hygiene Day, Bambini Games and Raquel Daniel are actively contributing to the global efforts to improve menstrual hygiene practices and ensure that every girl has access to accurate information and support. This initiative marks a significant step forward in creating a world where menstruation is normalized and celebrated,” she stated.

She assured that the Bambini Africa will continue to pave way in promoting children’s education and development through innovative and impactful products.

She noted that the game stands as a beacon of hope, while encouraging young girls to embrace their bodies, feel confident, and navigate the journey of menstruation with grace and pride.

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Zobis Cable CEO, John Ezeobi Visits Alma Mater, Vows to Transform it in 2 Months

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Joel Ajayi

Renowned Anambra industrialist and CEO of Zobis Cables Ltd, Engr. John Ezeobi, on Wednesday, 19th June,2024, paid a surprise visit to his alma mater, Ede Secondary School in Okoti, Odekpe, Ogbaru LGA of Anambra State, to assess the school’s infrastructure.

Ezeobi, who attended the school from 2001 to 2003 and served as the Senior Prefect, was touched by the decaying infrastructure, particularly the school’s vulnerability to flooding during the rainy season. He said he was approached by the school’s owners to buy the property, but he declined, wanting to preserve the institutional legacy. He equally stated that the school harbours some part of his childhood memories and most importantly shaped him into what he is today in the society.

Despite the school being a private school, Ezeobi was moved to intervene, as the deteriorating infrastructure and environmental challenges posed significant obstacles to learning.

He has planned a two-phase project, which includes rebuilding classroom blocks, constructing modern toilets, and implementing flood control measures.

The first phase of the project is expected to be completed within two months, after which the company will move on to the second stage which is expected to gulp several million of naira.

The industrialist expressed optimism that the impact on the school’s 350 students and new enrollments will have a positive effect on the community.

The project is being carried out under the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiative of Ezeobi’s company, Zobis Cables Industries Ltd.

The school’s administration has commended Ezeobi’s generosity, expressing excitement and a sense of rejuvenation as the institution returns to life through the efforts of one of its alumni.

Ede Secondary School was founded in 1994 by Chief Dr. Elder John Ugboma Okei (Ede 1 of Odekpe).

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