September 8, 2021


February is here, which means love is in the air. We love the notion of love, love is what fuels almost everything and our ultimate purpose in life is to love others. Every year in February, people honour their love for each other by spending time together, sending gifts and sharing Valentine’s message of love. The custom of showing love and warmth goes far beyond the courtly love of Chaucer’s time.

As a season of love, the contest labelled ‘Vitamilk Lovers Rock’ (Two is better than one); was opened to all Vitamilk lovers by which couples, partners, siblings, work colleagues or lovers were to take a picture of themselves enjoying any of the Vitamilk variants and post it on Facebook or Instagram. Participants of this sensational contest stood the chance of winning cash prizes, jumbo hampers and boxes of Vitamilk which were to be delivered to their homes.

We live in an environment where people love to exhibit their partners on social media, thus this contest brought in 40 challengers. Most of the entries met the criteria of the contest whereby photos of participants were in a form of a storytelling and of unique lighting and colour. Based on content, visual creativity and skills, the best two photos were selected as winners. Emmanuel Nyarko and Ivie Amponsah came out as first placed winners of the Vitamilk Lovers Rock contest, securing a cash prize of GhC1,000, a jumbo hamper and five boxes of Vitamilk. Coming next was Prince Essandoh and Dorcas Essuon who were the second-placed winners of the contest, securing a cash price of GhC500, a jumbo hamper and three boxes of Vitamilk.


Per the terms and assurances of the contest, the Vitamilk Ghana team, visited the two winners at their respective place of residence in Accra to present their prizes to them. The first place of visit was Bubuashie-Accra where the second-placed winners, Prince Essandoh and Dorcas Essuon reside. The pair expressed their satisfaction about coming up second in such a fascinating contest in the view that, there were equally great photos on board the contest. The Vitamilk Ghana team’s next point of visit was to the first-placed duo’s residence, Emmanuel Nyarko and Ivie Amponsah in Dansonman-Accra. The duo couldn’t hide their bliss; thusly they expressed their gratitude to Vitamilk Ghana for executing their assurances.

One of Vitamilk’s goals is to put smiles on the faces of its customers.  This undeniably is one of the avenues to achieve this goal.  Vitamilk Ghana looks forward in having a bigger and more exciting ‘Lovers Rock’ in the coming years.

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September 8, 2021

Vitamilk Champ Back To School

School bells were ringing and clear, stay-at-home was over, School is here! In the wake of a long break from school due to the COVID-19 widespread, Vitamilk Ghana embraced students with a much exciting contest dubbed the Vitamilk Champ Back to School contest.

This was not the first time Vitamilk Ghana had organized a contest for students, nevertheless this particular contest was developed for the basis of giving assistance to smart and needful students since there was a bit of an economic fallout from COVID-19 that hit lower income Ghanaians and the education sector.

Vitamilk Champ lovers all over Ghana from the ages of 5 to 14 were given the opportunity of having their first term schools fees paid in full in the Vitamilk Champ Back to School contest. Per the instructions of the contest, participants were to give a convincing review and recommendations of the Vitamilk Champ product.

Vitamilk Champ Back to School contest being an informational and enlightening contest brought on board sixty-one participants, whereby participants expressed their weighty reviews and recommendations of the Vitamilk Champ product. A few of the participants were very articulate and persuasive with their presentations, thus after carefully analyzing these videos; the best were picked based on their persuasive skills, eloquence and educational background.

An award ceremony was held in Accra-North Industrial Area on Sunday 31st January 2021 to award twenty-three participants out of the sixty-one participants of the contest. These included the three winners; Desiree Owusu of Martyrs of Uganda School, Victor Success Jr. of High Grade Montessori School and Chloe Wirenkyi of Topclass Education Center. The three winners were presented with Vitamilk products and cash prizes to pay their first term school fees in full and the other twenty participants were given boxes of Vitamilk Champ and souvenirs.

Looking at the number of participants of our first contest in 2021, this was a delightful way to start the year 2021 after a long break from school due to the widespread of COVID-19. The outcome of the contest in general was a favorable one as Vitamilk Ghana accomplished their desired result.

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September 8, 2021

Achimota Student Wins Yvonne Nelson Glaucoma Essay Competition

The 2021 Yvonne Nelson Glaucoma Essay Competition has ended in Accra on Monday.
The competition attracted brilliant write-ups on the topic: Glaucoma; The Silent Blinding Disease, from school children between the ages of 10years and 16years across the country.
Out of the many who entered the competition, thirteen (13) children were shortlisted to defend their write-ups at the finale. This was at a ceremony held at the Just Like Mama Day Care in Accra on Monday morning.

Mary-Margaret Sarkodie, a 16-Year-Old student of the Achimota Senior High School won the ultimate prize. She received 5000gh cash prize in addition to 15,000gh shopping voucher from Casa Trasacco, 10 boxes of Viltamilk and Midea Air-Condition.

Joycelyn Agyin, a 13-Year-Old student of the Silicon Valley School was adjudged the 1st runner up. She went home with a 3000gh cash prize, a 10,000 Ghana cedis shopping Voucher from Casa Trasacco, 5 boxes of Vitamilk and Midea Air-Condition.

The second runner up position went to 14-Year-Old Vanessa Afreh of SOS Hermann Gmeiner, Tema Community 6. She also received a 2000gh cash prize, a 5000 Ghana cedis shopping voucher from Casa Trasacco, 5 boxes of Vitamilk and NASCO Microwave.

The remaining children also received tokens for their efforts. The essay competition was part of measures by the Yvonne Nelson Glaucoma Foundation to further sensitize the public about the dangers of Glaucoma.

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