Nigeria’s biggest children fan club, Indomie Fan Club has launched a new child-centred educational app called Indomie Fan Club (IFC) Bright Minds App.
The app is available on Google PlayStore and iPhone Apps Store and it offers a curated collection of kid-friendly subjects and games.
This package is exclusively for Indomie Fan Club (IFC) members.
A unique frarure is the substantial educational value it offers to kids, especially primary school-aged students.
The National Coordinator of the club, Faith Joshua, while speaking on the app, opined that children’s education does not have to stop as a result of the restriction of movement occasioned by the Covid-19 pandemic.
“The app is available on iPhone, iPad, and Android and will keep fan club members mind actively engaged outside the classroom. The great thing about the app is that it works offline, a necessity in Nigeria where internet access is not always available,” Faith noted.
She also clarified that all fan club members will need a passcode to access the app after download and users can filter the app selections by recommended ages, classes, subject matter (e.g. mathematics, vocational aptitude, art, social studies, general science).
The Group Public Relations and Event Manager of Dufil Prima Foods Plc, Tope Ashiwaju, disclosed that as the children’s favourite brand, Indomie will continue to strive to ensure that the Nigerian child is happy by creating fun, excitement, bonding, and an enabling environment for them through the fan club.
“Indomie is a children-centric brand, and as such we will continue to support causes and activities that will help their development both mentally and physically and as well ensure that they are happy,” he said.