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Lotus Bank Abeokuta 10km Race Unveils Febbs Premium Drinking Water As Hydration Partner

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Nilayo Sports Management Limited, organisers of Lotus Bank Abeokuta 10KM Race has announced Febbs Premium Drinking Water as the hydration partner of the race.

Mr. Ebidowei Oweifie, the Chief Operating Officer of Nilayo Sports Management Limited said: “We are delighted to announce Febbs Premium Drinking Water as the hydration partner of the fourth edition of Lotus Bank Abeokuta 10km Race. Febbs is a brand that adheres to stringent quality standards to ensure purity and safety of their water for end users.

 Quality is a key attribute for us across all our marathons and road races. It is a valuable characteristic that makes this partnership a perfect symbiosis.”

He added that Lotus Bank Abeokuta 10km Race promises to be bigger than the previous edition, “this edition is also intended to celebrate the birthday of His Royal Majesty, Oba Adedotun Aremu Gbedebo, Okukenu IV, the Alake of Egbaland, Alake has been a source of inspiration for Egba home and abroad, we feel it is apt to use this race to commemorate his birthday, he is a unique symbol of unity.

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Mr Olasegun Dada, the CEO, Febbs Global Limited, in his remarks said, “in the pursuit of greatness, hydration is not just a necessity; it’s a vital companion on the road to success. Febbs Global proudly joins forces with the Lotus Bank Abeokuta 10km Race as the hydration partner, empowering athletes to push their limits, defy expectations, and embrace every challenge with renewed energy and vigour.

Together, let’s raise our bottles to celebrate the resilience and commitment that define the essence of this exhilarating event.”

Lotus Bank Abeokuta 10KM Race is scheduled for 7th of September, 2024. The race starts at Iyana Oloke and will finish at Ake Palace.

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