By: Ogunleye Oluwapelumi
The much-anticipated Remo Xmas and Skills Funfair commenced with a bang today at the open arena near the Akarigbo Palace. The event, organized by Indigenous Books and Arts, aims to celebrate local talent and entrepreneurship.
The first day of the exhibition saw an impressive turnout of entrepreneurs and companies, including Codix Pharma Limited, represented by Emmanuel Oluwasegun, the dedicated sales representative for Sagamu.
In an exclusive interview, Mr. Emmanuel Oluwasegun expressed his excitement about being part of the exhibition. He highlighted the importance of such events in promoting local businesses and creating opportunities for networking and collaboration. “It’s a great platform for us to showcase our products and connect with potential customers,” he said. “We are proud to be part of this vibrant community and contribute to its growth.”
The CEO of Excel Iru, Mrs. Temilola Igbasanmi, also shared her enthusiasm for the exhibition, emphasizing the significance of supporting local talent and entrepreneurship. She encouraged everyone to take advantage of the remaining days of the funfair, stating, “This is a wonderful opportunity to discover unique products and services while supporting our local businesses.”