Pharmaceutical Giants, Geneith in line with the company’s Corporate Social Responsibily has pledged to sponsor this year’s CMO convention expected to hold from friday July 26th to Sunday July 28th 2019 at St Gregory’s college Ikoyi, Lagos.
The Managing Director, Geneith Pharmaceutical Limited, Mr Emmanuel Umenwa said that ” this Sponsorship deal which was sealed at a meeting held in Lagos on the 22nd day of May between the Management team of the Company and the CMO team led by Barrister Vincent Otiono hope to create a good relationshio between the company and CMO members who are customers of the company”
He added that ” Geneith a well known household name in the Pharmaceutical industry regarded as one of the best Pharmaceutical distribution companies in Nigeria involved in the area of research and development Initiatives and well known for it Various Corporate Responsibilities hope to lighten up the convention with it different range of products which will be on sale at the convention and give away souvenirs to every CMO member that will attend the convention”.
Barrister Otiono while speaking on behalf of CMO during the signing of the sponsorship deal said that “CMO remains a good brand and thanked the Company for their support toward the organizations forth coming convention hich is the 6th edition.”
He added that ” the convention will witness about five thousand men in attendance coming together to pray and learn from the resource persons already contacted to give talks during the three days event. The chief Shepherd of Lagos Catholic Archdiocese. His Grace Most Reverend Dr Alfred Adewale Martins will also be in attendance”
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