View this post on Instagram Do you know the exact reason your kids love you? Well, we asked and they answered! Happy Mother’s Day to all the smart mums making smart choices! We love you thisssss big #Peak456MothersDayA post shared by Peak456_Milk (@peak456_milk) on May 12, 2019 at 2:17am PDTPeak 456, Nigeria’s foremost ‘growing up milk’ is celebrating mothers on Mother’s Day, with the unveiling of a heartwarming video that expresses the incomparable bond between a mother and her child.Shared via the Peak 456 Facebook and Instagram pages, the video which depicts the unique mother-child relationship have accorded many children opportunities to appreciate maternal care, by answering random questions about their mums, while wishing them a Happy Mother’s Day.Speaking on the campaign, the Senior Brand Manager for Peak 456, Akon Imoh said, “Peak456 growing up milk is an expert partner that supports mums’ ambition to raise smart children that stand out. For children to grow and achieve their potential, mothers play an important role in maintaining a strong presence, encouraging their dreams and acknowledging their little successes. The new video campaign reflects the deep bond that exists between mother and child.”Peak 456 is targeted at children between the ages of 4 and 6 years and is one of the products by dairy giant, FrieslandCampina WAMCO whose unwavering mission is to nourish Nigerians with quality dairy nutrition.The growing up milk is formulated with DHA to support brain development and contains all the necessary vitamins, minerals and other nutrients which enable children stay strong and smart – at work or play.Click on the links below to watchhttps://www.instagram.com/p/BxW21U6gtNK/https://www.instagram.com/p/BxUwgvznlV-/ View this post on Instagram How well do you know your mum? These smart kids have the most hilarious answers! Watch to find out. #Peak456MothersDayA post shared by Peak456_Milk (@peak456_milk) on May 11, 2019 at 6:44am PDTThe post Peak 456 unveils new video to celebrate mums on Mothers Day appeared first on Linda Ikeji Blog.