In a bid to trigger more productive and utility knowledge amongst young intellectuals, Real Youth For Positive Impact Initiative (known better as Realers Initiative) took senior pupils of Longson College on a special site tour to Lush Hair Nigeria, a subsidiary of Lucky Fibres Limited based in Ikorodu
Akinola Taofeek Sunday O. (Human Resource / Admin Supervisor Lucky Fibres Limited), Akinmusire Adesina (Human Resource Manager Lush Hair Division Lucky Fibres Limited), Mrs Martina O. Ajibade (Senior Human Resource Manager Lucky Fibres Limited), Damilola Agboola (Assistant Marketing Manager Lush Hair Division Lucky Fibres Limited) and Akinsanya Mobola Olalekan (Human Resource/Admin Deputy Manager Lucky Fibres Limited) were amongst delegates that received the Parafa based school in Ikorodu North LCDA on the 17th of March 2022
As a go-to solution for high fashion and trendy hairstyles, Lush Hair Nigeria has established itself as a trustable brand of synthetic Hair extensions, a venture by Lucky Fibres Limited (Tolaram Group) with a major aim to enhance and improve the hair industry.
Engaging the students during the tour, Mrs Damilola Agboola stated that Lush Hair Nigeria is a hair extension brand made in Nigeria, for Nigerian women to make them feel beautiful, confident, and expressive.
Producing thousands of hair tones per day based on demand, Mrs Damilola added that As a brand, Lush Hair is all about supporting and empowering women with a commitment to enhancing and improving the hair competition of an African woman.
Mrs Damilola continued, “We harbour different braiding points where hair are produced, assembled and packaged for deliveries. As the biggest in Nigeria, our product goes through a lot of quality control processes before it is deemed sellable”
“With different colours attached to the production of braids, our catalogue includes; Wow braids Wow Kids, Seren Locs, Sasha Locs, Vegas braids, Jumbo braids, Roni Curls, Ready braids, Mandy Curls, Mega braids, Nora Curls, Reinah Twist, Nora Lite, Kinky Royale, Naija braids, Fiona beads, Nini Fro and Fiona Kids to keep our clients beautiful and gorgeous at all times” Mrs Damilola asserted
Students were afterwards taken to different internal sections of braiding point in the manufacturing plant and given mediums to ask puzzling questions on their adventurous survey
Obenwhe Kome (Head boy, Longson College) on behalf of the school expressed gratitude to representatives of Lucky Fibres Limited for giving the institution open access to learn, explore and grow their knowledge via the excursion
Mr Ayanfe Ayobami (convener, Real Youth For Positive Impact Initiative) further credited the organisation for giving the school proper access to learning, adding that measures of such exposes future leaders to a new horizon
“With everything the students has been able to learn today, am sure they’ll go back home and articulate better ways to achieve their dreams as they grow, sharing their experience to peers that weren’t present at this tour will be priceless to them”
“We thank the entire staff and executives of Lucky Fibres Limited for granting us easy access as we believe this will be an open door for more positive relationships along the way” Mr Ayanfe asserted
“Given the students, this recourse is for them to think greater and comprehend that life is all about hard work, focus and dedication. This will enable them to go back home and take life more seriously” Mr Akinmusire Adesina (Human Resource Manager Lush Hair Division Lucky Fibres Limited)