Africa’s Cement Giant, Dangote, Joins Prestigious Brands for Abuja International Housing Show

By : Akanimo Sampson

Africa’s leading cement producer, Dangote Cement, has joined the prestigious league of top continental brands that will be showcasing at the 15th Abuja International Housing Show (AIHS).

The cement giant can unequivocally boast of existing operations in 10 African countries.

The latest AIHS coming up from July 26 through 29, at the International Conference Centre, Abuja, will be the fifth appearance of the cement giant at the biggest housing and construction event in Africa.

Festus Adebayo, the Convener of the Show says the entrance of Dangote Cement has widened the number of key sponsors and exhibitors at the upcoming event.

According to him, ”not less than 300 exhibitors will be participating at the great event. Furthermore, not less than 36 international speakers, some of whom will join virtually are upbeat to make this year’s edition very grand.”

Adebayo has also pointed out that all necessary arrangements are in place in accordance with the COVID-19 protocol.

In the mean time, the mission of Dangote Cement is to deliver strong returns to shareholders by selling high-quality products at affordable prices, backed by excellent customer service.

It is also to help Nigeria and other African countries towards self-reliance and self-sufficiency in the production of the world’s most basic commodity, by establishing efficient production facilities in strategic locations close to key growth markets.

Other leading brands that are sponsoring abuja international housing show includes Federal Mortgage Bank of Nigeria, Family Homes Funds,Nigeria mortgage Refinance company plc ,Brains and Hammers Ltd,Julius Berger plc,Cosgrove,Modern Shelter Ltd,Jaiz Bank Ltd,Sterling Bank Ltd,Octo5 Real Estate ,CDK ltd,Larfarge Arete wood,Elevator and Escavatirs,Copen Group Ltd, REDAN,Adron Homes Ltd,IFC Building Edge,Nigeria institute of Town planners ,Blue camel Energy ,NIOB,NIESV ,NIA among others

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