Nigeria’s leading indigenous online market space, Jonliz market, has once again proven its selfless gesture to executive Corporate Social Responsibility across the academic space in Nigeria. Barely two weeks after donating ICT equipment to the department of mass communication of the prestigious Moshood Abiola Polytechnic Abeokuta, the organization, once again stormed the school to deliver on its other promises to the students.
The management of Jonliz Investment, headed by the MD CEO, Prince Olaniyi Karonwi and his top managers storm the city of Abeokuta on Thursday, July 25, 2019 to deliver Deep Freezer and Oscillating Fan to the department of Mass Communication.
Jonliz’s visit was greeted with loud applauds and accolades by over 500 students from the department, who are yet to get over the euphoria of Jonliz’ last donation of Laptop and Digital Printer.
Speaking with the management and student of the Jonliz market MD/CEO, Prince Olaniyi Karonwi said that the tools donated were part of his contributions towards driving comfortable education at the highest level in Nigeria.
’My interest in supporting higher education in Nigeria stems from the belief that we can and we should provide the same quality of education here in Nigeria like anywhere else in the world. Good quality education is fundamental in breeding a vibrant economy and society.
My goal for this department is for it to become a reference point when it comes to media relation and reliance in Nigeria and in Africa. This means that this department should carry out studies and researches that are specific to the tenets and ethics of media which would allow more information to be shared globally,” Karonwi added.
Jonliz visiting team also took time to train the students on entrepreneurship and benefit of e-commerce in digital clime
Jonliz Market has made online shopping easy for Nigerians and also make delivery faster than ever before, with quality and valuable products with an unbelievable warranty. They also enable business owners to open an online shop without the fear of having to share profit with the host.