BAMA Partners Chess in Slums Africa to Celebrate Children’s Day

This Children’s Day, the nutritious BAMA mayonnaise collaborated with Chess in Slums Africa (CISA) to give the kids an exciting Children’s Day Celebration. The exciting event took place at the Glover Memorial Hall, Lagos Island.

The children gathered for a day filled with chess tournaments, cooking demos on making perfect sandwiches, and interactive activities – all designed to empower them through the power of play and good nutrition.

BAMA is the no 1 mayonnaise brand known for its creamy texture and delicious taste. Committed to nourishing families, BAMA has a long history of supporting initiatives that prioritize the well-being of children.

Oreoluwa Atinmo, the Marketing Director at GBFoods said, “BAMA is a core part of childhood nutrition and in partnership with Chess in Slums Africa (CISA), we are recreating nostalgic moments, building beautiful memories, and nourishing young talents while fostering their cognitive development through the game of chess. We are excited for this collaboration and keenly looking forward to all we can do together to empower our future talents.”

Chess in Slums Africa (CISA) is committed to uplifting children from underserved communities through innovative educational programs. CISA firmly believes in the transformative potential of chess as a key learning tool that can unlock the boundless potential of youth living in urban slums.

Tunde Onakoya, the founder of Chess in Slums Africa (CISA) said, “Today is a good day as any to celebrate kids around the world and for us at CISA, it’s a more special day to celebrate with these kids and have them show their budding skills in chess. Some of the kids are exceptionally gifted but can’t go on to do great things due to their circumstances. However, we are changing that narrative and with the support and collaboration from brands like BAMA, we are working towards a better future for each of these kids. This partnership has been incredibly valuable, and we look forward to continuing our work together in the years to come.”


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