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Published On: Fri, Sep 29th, 2017

Dangote vows to make a difference at Abuja International Trade Fair

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DangoteBy Etuka Sunday

The 29 of September, 2017 has been slated for the Special Day of Dangote Group at the on-going Abuja International Trade Fair in Abuja.
A statement by the Corporate Communications of Dangote Group said the Group Executive Director, Engr. Mansur Ahmed would be special guest at the occasion.
According to the statement, major dealers and distributors of Dangote products, exhibitors at the fair both foreign and indigenous as well as customers are billed to attend the event.
The company said, the occasion presents a unique opportunity for the participants to discuss and exchange information on Dangote brand, services and business potentials across Africa, and the sub-Saharan region.
“The well arranged Dangote Pavillion provides a relaxing atmosphere for customers to buy various products ranging from the DanQ seasonning loved by women for their delicious meals, Dangote Salt, Dangote Pasta, Dangote Sugar, Dangote flour, Semolina, Wheat amongst others.
“Customers also have a chance to win mouth watering gifts through raffle draws,” the statement said.
Meanwhile, the in-coming president of the Abuja Chamber of Commerce and Industry, (ACCI) Mr. Adetokunbo Kayode, said Dangote products are of high quality and healthy standard as they are fortified with required Vitamins.
Kayode, who represented the Minister of Trade and Investment, Okechukwu Enelamah during a visit to Dangote Stand, said the chamber plans to continue to partner with the Africa Conglomerate to move the chambers’ activities forward in a bid to “Return Nigeria To The Part of Sufficiency Through Non-Oil Export”, as indicated in the 12th Abuja International Trade Fair, thematic statement.

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