Titan Farms Visits Orphanage Homes, Commission Community Projects, Hosts Novelty Match Over Celebration of One Year Anniversary

Residents of some communities in Ibadan, the Oyo state capital, have benefited from the community projects facilitated by Titan Farms, in celebration of its one year anniversary.

To mark the one year anniversary, the management of Titan Farms held her first day event featuring community outreach, community projects commissioning, among others.

The first day event which held on the 30th of May 2021, saw the visitation of Titan Farms representatives to two orphanage homes, the commissioning of 3 borehole projects in different communities in Ibadan, and a novelty match.

The orphanage homes visited were Tabitha Homes, JoyceB, and Heritage Homes, Oluyole. And on the other hand, Liberty Academy community, Aare Alasa community in Apata, and Oniyefun community in Ona-Ara local government area were amongst the communities visited.

Management of both formal homes expressed appreciation towards the kind gestures extended to them by Titan Farms, and added that the brand was thoughtful enough to come lend a helping hand to the needy.

All the communities expressed profound gratitude to the brand as members of Aare Alasa community pledged to be partners with the brand.

Furthermore, Titan representatives expressed gladness towards the reception they got in the communities, and thanked Ibadan especially for recieving the brand with open arms.

The novelty match, which was held at the Pioneer Sports Club, Jericho, featured a face-off between Titan Farms and Sports Writers' Association of Nigeria, (SWAN) Oyo state chapter.

During the football match, which was very interesting and lively with cheerful fans, the CEO of Titan Farms, Engr Gbenga Eyiolawi scored a goal against SWAN, which lead to a thunderous applause from the audience. The NUJ Chairman (Oyo State Chapter) was also present at the football match amongst other notable captains of industry and well wishers.

Tolu Oluwo
Head of PR/Media
Titan Farms Nigeria