Olam Grains charges girls to achieve their full potential

As a part of activities to mark this year’s International Women’s Day, Olam, a leading player in the Nigerian agricultural value chain, has celebrated its female employees as well as female students of the Lagos State Progressive Junior Secondary School, Surulere, Lagos State.

Mr. Anurag Shukla, managing director, Crown Flour Mills Limited, a subsidiary of Olam, described the female employees of the company as a very important part of the workforce whose contributions have been monumental. The company, whose products include ‘Supreme Lite Flour’, is an equal opportunity employer and Mr. Anurag Shukla expressed his excitement that a lot of women occupy senior leadership positions in the company. He further pledged that the organization would continue to promote gender equality, and that Olam would continue to make the environment more conducive for female employees.

Addressing the students of the Lagos State Progressive Junior Secondary School, Surulere, Mrs. Bola Adeniji, Category Head, Marketing, Crown Flour Mill Limited, said that women are now emerging as leaders in various spheres of life, adding that traditional barriers for girls are being challenged and girls are now gaining access to greater opportunities.

Also speaking at the event, Mrs. Juliet Keshinro, a girls’ coach and educator,  took the audience through the journey of advocacy for equality for girls. Inspiring the girls to believe that they can ascend to whatever heights they desire to attain, she reiterated the need for them to have a resolve to overcome all limitations and challenges in their way.

 

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