Essenza, a Nigeria’s leading retailer of luxury fragrances, cosmetics and skincare products has once again collaborated with the Medical Mission from USA to Nigeria, to sponsor the cost of cataract surgery for over 40 patients from July 29th to Aug 9th 2019 at Idera Memorial Clinic in Ijebu Ayepe and in Lagos respectively.
With over a decade of experience, the visionary chain has become a household name amongst the brand conscious in West African consumer market. Essenza is the official retailer to more than 80 international brands; like Tomford, Hugo Boss, Givenchy, Chanel, Armani, Guerlain, Clarins, Clinique, Lancôme, Estee Lauder, D&G, Dior, etc. With a strong brand portfolio and unparalleled commitment, energy and focus, essenza has created a destination for the luxury conscious Nigerian to continuously be on trend.
In attendance Executive Director, Essenza, MS Abiola Kasumu, who spoke at the Lagos and Ogun state Nigeria Medical Mission Program said “As a company that tailors its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) towards humanitarian relief, essenza is always committed to touching lives, we love to give hope to people hence the reason for sponsoring the cataract surgeries”.
Also present was Mrs. Bamidele Abiodun, the wife of the Governor of Ogun state who was amazed by the level of hard work put into the project and pledged her commitment to support Medical Mission with all that she can on their next project.
Speaking further on how far the company has gone in its CSR drive, the Executive Director, Essenza, pointed out that they participate in the Medical Mission every year and that recently essenza organized a special children’s day party for pupils of Amuwo-Odofin Primary School and Unity Primary School, Lagos. As a brand that believes in philanthropic work, essenza is always committed to giving back to the society, hence the reason for identifying with the children on their day.
She however called on other corporate bodies in the country to join hands with government to boost the medical sector, stating that the future of Nigeria depends on provision of adequate medical facilities that would get the buy in of all the stakeholders.