SBC Commends Project Unifeed As WhyFinite Conduct First Ever Public Poll For Officer Of The Year


L-R: Sam Okolie, Senior Brand Manager, Segun Ogunleye, GM, Marketing, Seven Up Bottling Company; Mojibade Sosanya, Lead Sponsor, Project Unifeed; Bolaji Junaid, Founder/CEO, Tosin Ibrahim, Ag. Chief Growth Officer, WhyFinite during a courtesy visit to Seven up Bottling Company Headquarters in Lagos.

Segun Ogunleye, General Manager, Marketing at SBC (Seven Up Bottling Company), expressed his delight and satisfaction with the tremendous success achieved by the Project Unifeed initiative. This statement was made during a courtesy visit by the management team of WhyFinite, led by Bolaji Junaid, and the lead sponsor of Project Unifeed, Mojibade Sosanya, at Seven up Bottling Company headquarters, Lagos.

Segun emphasized the brand’s commitment to supporting the Project Unifeed initiative whenever called upon. He reiterated SBC’s dedication to making a positive impact in the community through their involvement in such projects.

On May 1, which coincided with Workers’ Day, a group of volunteers led by Mojibade Sosanya brought joy to the faces of uniformed men across Nigeria, particularly in Lagos and Abuja. The team gifted over 750 uniformed officers with food, drinks and sanitary items to appreciate their selfless efforts in ensuring decorum in the society. Additionally, the project introduced the #Voteofficeroftheyear, where six exemplary uniformed men in Nigeria were nominated and presented to the public for a voting exercise. Babatunde Tonode, a Traffic Officer from Lagos State Traffic Management Authority (LASTMA), emerged as the winner with a total of 4,785 votes.

The project received significant support and attention from major brands in Nigeria, with SBC and Access Bank playing crucial roles in its success.

Mojibade Sosanya expressed her appreciation to SBC for their unwavering support for the Project Unifeed initiative, stating, “I was actually not expecting this, but SBC’s support further gives credibility to the project.”

L-R: Oge Kasie-Nwachukwu, Head, Events and Sponsorships, Access Bank; Babatunde Tonode, LASTMA Personnel and Winner, Project Unifeed Officer of the year award; Mojibade Sosanya, Lead Sponsor, Project Unifeed; Bolaji Junaid, Founder/CEO, WhyFinite; Adebayo Taoreed, Director, Public Affairs office, Lagos State Traffic Management Authority during the cheque presentation at Access Bank Headquarters in Lagos.

Bolaji Junaid, Founder/CEO WhyFinite, highlighted that it was a top priority to make Project Unifeed even more impactful than before, which is why they sought various sponsorships and partnerships this year. Furthermore, Daniel Afolayan, Co-founder/CTO WhyFinite recounted how the initiative can serve as a platform to close the engagement gap between Nigerian youths and Law Enforcement agencies.

A cross section of Volunteers posing with uniformed officers at the popular Maryland interchange in Ikeja, Lagos.
LAWMA Officials pose with bottles of 2Sure Hand sanitizer gifted to them by Project Unifeed volunteers during the outreach.

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