Nile University Abuja Becomes Beneficiary Of Mouka Award Of Excellence 3rd Edition.

From Left: Jide Odelola, National Retail Manager, Mouka; with the Leadership of Nile University of Nigeria, Abuja; and Aisha O. Adebayo, a beneficiary from the Department of Economics; at the cheque presentation ceremony to Best Graduating Students of the institution’s faculties, recently.

As part of the company’s 5th CSR pillar called “Skills For Life”, Mouka birthed this initiative three years ago to recognise and promote academic excellence while advocating the role of quality sleep in the equation.

Okano and Colleagues (2019) showed that longer sleep duration, better sleep quality and greater sleep consistency improved academic performance. This study also revealed that students who deprive themselves of sleep while preparing for exams suffer blackouts while writing the examination itself. Another research also shows that students who sleep well are more ‘likely to develop innovative ways of solving complex issues mathematically than those with sleep deprivation’. Based on these research works and many more, the Nigeria Society of Physiotherapy encourages students to prioritise quality sleep.

To this end, Mouka has recognised and rewarded the best graduating students from all faculties of the Nile University of Nigeria, Abuja, with cash grants at the school’s convocation ceremony held recently.

Commenting on the Mouka Award for Excellence initiative, the Company’s Brand Manager, Yemisi Obadina, stated that the scheme, which was flagged off in 2020, is intended to encourage students to strive for academic distinction while also prioritising quality sleep on their Mouka.

Speaking on the initiative, Mouka’s Head of Sales, Oladimeji Alabi, called on other institutions to enrol in the Mouka Award for Excellence program by contacting the company through their customer care lines or Regional Sales Managers.

The beneficiaries include Aisha Adebayo from the Department of Economics; Faruk Ladan, from Petroleum and Gas Engineering; Nana Aisha Alhassan Sule, from Public and International Relations; Chidinma Vivan Odoh, Public Administration; and Israel Ayomide Anjorin, from Computer Science

In his commendation speech, the Vice-Chancellor of the Institution, Professor Osman Nuri Aras, said through their goodwill, Mouka has demonstrated that it cares about the students’ efforts in their quest for a better future and that the grants would support them in achieving their future goals.

On their part, the beneficiaries applauded the socially responsible company for rewarding intelligence.

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