Hollandia Milk, Mercy Johnson-Okojie partner on MMS 2

They say practice makes perfect, and that is certainly true when it comes to cooking. Cooking meals at home alone or with your family and friends on a regular basis will help refine your skills and offer an opportunity to indulge in exciting meals.

As a way of helping families hone their culinary and cooking skills, two strong brands,

Evaporated milk brand, Hollandia Evap Milk, has announced its partnership with versatile actress, Mercy Johnson-Okojie, in hosting the second season of an online reality cooking show, tagged  Mercy’s Menu Season 2 (MMS2), aimed at helping families hone their culinary and cooking skills.

The show hosted by the versatile actress, and premiered on August 12, this year, will feature exclusive contents, such as: quick, easy, exciting meal recipes and helpful cooking tips, for audiences.

The eight-week episodes, which will be aired  on Mercy Johnson-Okojie and Hollandia Evap Milk’s social media handles, will also feature the actress’s  intimate experience of cooking with some favourite celebrities as guests.

Brand Manager, Hollandia Evap Milk, Ademola Mafikuyomi, stated that since cooking connects people in many ways, the show will offer families the choice of culinary tips, exciting meals, fun and nourishing moments

Expressing her delight at the partnership, the award-winning actress, noted that the show will enable her and the brand bond with the people, “by inspiring them to enjoy simple pleasures like cooking with the support and right nourishment from Hollandia Evap Milk.”

Three viewers will have the opportunity to win exciting prizes every week through participation in a special social media trivia contest highlighted during the show.


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