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Golden Penny promises fun-filled 2024 Children’s Day celebration

The leading food brand from Flour Mills of Nigeria, Golden Penny, has promised to give kids a memorable and fun-filled 2024 Children’s Day Celebration in Abuja, Lagos and Ibadan.

A statement from the foremost brand revealed that the events are slated to hold in the aforementioned locations on the 25th, 26th, and 27th of May, 2024 respectively.

The special event will kick off in Abuja at Magic Land Park on Saturday, May 25th, and continue on Sunday, May 26th, at Lagos’ Johnson Jakande Tinubu (JJT) Park, and finally wrap up in Ibadan on Monday, May 27th, at Agogi Gardens and Park.

The statement further read: “The occasion, which celebrates kids and their amazing mothers, will feature some of children’s favourite Golden Penny brands like Noodles, Chocoh, Amaizing Day, Spread, and Golden Bites. These products will be front and center, ready for parents to sample and enjoy throughout the festivities.

“This event will be packed with fun and excitement. It will feature games, delicious treats, lively music, and various entertaining activities. There promises to be something for everyone to enjoy and parents will have the chance to let loose and connect with their little ones, all the while treating themselves to some mouthwatering snacks from Golden Penny.

“And here’s the cherry on top – entry to the venue is FREE. Golden Penny wants every parent and child to come and have fun without stressing about money.

“So, if you or anyone you know is looking for a fun and affordable way to celebrate Children’s Day, mark your calendars for the Golden Penny Kids Carnival. It’s going to be epic,” the brand promised.

The company reiterated that entre is free at all the locations but participants have to register at

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