Adron Homes Marks World Day for Safety and Health with Fitness Hangout

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In celebration of this year’s World Day for Safety and Health, Adron Homes orchestrated a dynamic Fitness Hangout Event, firmly rooted in the principles of team bonding, safety prioritization, and wellness culture promotion in the workplace.

Setting the stage for the event, Mr. Michael Oyadele, Director of Public Affairs, delivered an impassioned opening speech. His words echoed a resounding commitment to these values, resonating with attendees and emphasizing the organizations dedication to fostering a workplace environment that prioritizes employee welfare.

The event witnessed an impressive turnout, with Adron Homes‘ senior directors, spearheaded by Deputy Managing Director Mrs. Adenike Ajobo, gracing the occasion. Mrs. Ajobo’s words of praise further underscored the importance of such gatherings in nurturing a positive and supportive workplace culture.

Distinguished guests, including representatives from the Omole Phase 1 Community and other organizations, added prestige to the event. Dr. Kalu Genevieve, PRO/Head of Medical at Lasena Water, enlightened participants on the significance of alkaline minerals present in Lasena water for overall health. Furthermore, the presence of Dietician Rejoice Okudiri enriched the event with valuable insights into adopting healthy eating habits.

Mr. Emmanuel Oladapo, Director of the Adron Sport Foundation (ASF) and organizer of the event, expressed heartfelt gratitude to all participants and guests for their invaluable contributions. He reiterated Adron Homes’ commitment to extending the impact of such initiatives beyond the workplace, aiming to instill a culture of safety and wellness within the broader community.

With a pledge to broaden the horizons of these endeavors, Adron Homes continues to be at the forefront of advocating for safety, health, and wellness, paving the way for a society that thrives on holistic well-being.

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