Leading energy drink brand, MAMBA has partnered with the Lagos Traffic Radio to encourage drivers and commuters to always stay energized while on the roads.

The brand took the lead in nourishing participants at the 3rd Lagos Traffic Radio Lecture Series hosted by the Hon. Commissioner for Information and Strategy, Lagos State, Mr Kehinde Bamigbetan with the theme: “Lagos State Transport Infrastructural Support Systems: The Governor Akinwunmi Ambode Strides” at the Combo Hall, LTV 8 Complex, Agidingbi, Lagos.

The General Manager, MAMBA Drinks Limited, Mrs Titilola Adedeji, said the forum was used as a platform to educate participants at the event to always stay energize while driving.

In her words:“We are partnering with the Lagos Traffic Radio on the 3rd Lagos Traffic Radio Series because MAMABA Energy Drink stimulates the energy in you; so we want to ensure that everybody that needs to be stimulated gets a can of MAMBA.

“This is why we pick and choose the types of organizations we partner with so that they fall in line with our vision which is to virtually energize everyone that gets a can of MAMBA Energy Drink.”

According to her, the company deemed it fit to use the occasion to create more awareness about the brand since it was officially launched in Lagos last month.

“This is an avenue for us to create awareness, but the right type of awareness because you need to ensure that everybody knows the right thing to do at the right time. For instance, if you are driving, if you are commuting, you need to be energized, so if we don’t bring it to you, no one else will; so that is why we are here.” Adedeji affirmed.

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She revealed that consumers’ patronage has been on the increase since the official launch of MAMBA Energy Drink, affirming that the brand will become the number one energy drink in Nigeria in the nearest future.

Speaking earlier during his welcome address, Governor Akinwunmi Ambode, stressed that the Lagos Traffic Radio Lecture Series was borne out of the need to enable the state to be in line with best practices across the world in traffic management.

Governor Ambode, ably represented by the Hon. Commissioner for Information and Strategy, Lagos State, Mr Kehinde Bamigbetan, noted that Lagos roads were very busy due to the huge population in the city, adding that his administration is doing everything possible to ensure a seamless traffic experience for all Lagosians.

He emphasized that his administration has given a 30-day ultimatum to road users plying the roads without having a roadworthiness certificate for their vehicles, noting that defaulters will henceforth be punished.