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Osoba to chair Lagos/Ogun Multi-Sector Trade Fair

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Former Governor of Ogun state, Aremo Olusegun Osoba will chair the opening ceremony of Lagos/Ogun Multi-Sector International Trade Fair, which runs from 15 to 17 August at OPIC Event Centre, Lagos/Ibadan Expressway.

Osoba, whose professional and political life transverse Lagos and Ogun States, was a two-time governor of the latter from January 1992 to November 1993, and from 29 May 1999 to 28 May 2003. He is a living legend and godfather of the journalism in Nigeria as well as a dominant figure in its political landscape.

In his reaction to the development, Olajide Ige, the CEO, the Trade Fair, Mr. Olajide Ige noted that Osoba’s acceptance will serve as a booster for the project and that it is characteristic of this elder statesman and journalism icon to encourage and mentor entrepreneurs, journalists and politicians across all divides.

He said that this first trade fair connecting Lagos and Ogun, two neighbouring states reputed as both industrial and economic powerhouse of Nigeria, would bring together key players from various sectors under one roof, providing a platform for networking, collaboration, and knowledge exchange with unparalleled opportunities to showcase their products, services, and expertise to a diverse audience of industry professionals, investors, and consumers.

According to him, the trade fair,which is expected to attract exhibitors and participants from within and outside Nigeria, especially the West Africa sub-region as a forum for trade and business promotion in Nigeria and West Africa, would serve as a platform for a highly engaging audience where exhibitors and visitors would gain valuable market insights, expand network, and position their organisations as a leader in its field.

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