Cadbury signs partnership with NFF, unveils TomTom as official candy of Super Eagles

Cadbury Nigerian Plc. and the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) have signed a three-year contract making TomTom the official candy of the Super Eagles.

At a joint media parley to announce the partnership and official signing of the contract on Friday, Managing Director of Cadbury Nigeria Plc., Amir Shamsi, said “we are delighted to announce TomTom as the official candy of the Super Eagles.

“This year makes it the tenth year since we first announced this valued partnership in 2008.

“We are proud to say our partnership with the Nigeria Football Federation and by extension, the Super Eagles of Nigeria is not a coincidence.

“It remains a deliberate effort by Cadbury and TomTom to connect with Nigerians and their passion for the beautiful game”.

Speaking further, Mr Shamsi reiterated that “we promise to continuously support the Super Eagles and seize this opportunity to enjoin Nigerians to give their full support to the team.

“TomTom believes in the Super Eagles and Nigerians too should believe in the Super Eagles – they are poised to make us proud.”

Category Marketing Lead, West Africa, Uwadiae Chidinma, said “TomTom is a candy with a purpose. It delivers soothing relief and mental invigoration.

“It has remained relevant over the decades despite other competitive offerings in the market.

“TomTom is undisputedly one of the most ubiquitous brands in the country”.

NFF President, Amaju Pinnick, lauded Cadbury Nigeria and revealed that the association will work in tandem with TomTom and leverage on the partnership to bring glory to the national teams at every tournament.

“We are grateful to TomTom for being a backbone of all our national teams. TomTom is a premium brand from Cadbury Nigeria Plc.,” Mr Pinnick said.