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Be at MAIN Festival today as Ogun Governor, Emem Isong, Kunle Afolayan, others discuss Entertainment, innovation & Economy

Minister of power, housing and works, Babatunde Fashola, Chairman of First Bank, Mrs. Ibukun Awosika, Chairman of Mikano, Mrs Adeola Sumola of Bello Osagie & Associates, Ms. Chantel Abdul MD/CEO Mojek International, Dapo Adelegan, Chariman of Nigerian-British Chambers of Commerce, Olatorera Oniru of Dressme Outlet, Tokunbo Abiru, MD of Skye Bank, Mrs. Osayi Alile and other important dignitaries were all at Made in Nigeria Festival which is ongoing at the Eko Atlantic (Old Bar Beach).

Today, entertainment, creativity and innovation will take centre stage as Ogun State Governor, Ibikunle Amosu, movie makers-Emem Isong, Kunle Afolayan, commissioner for Agric in Ogun and Lagos, Ada Osakwe of Nuli Juice, Samuel Olatunji (Bigsam) of BBB Media and other important dignitaries will be leading the way in the summit section of the Made in Nigeria (MAIN Festival) which taking place today.
So if you love entertainment or plan to play big in entertainment and innovation industry, you should be at MAIN Festival today at Eko Atlantic.
Meanwhile, there are over 300 exhibitors selling at heavily discounted prices. Below are pictures of what went down yesterday.

By the way, there will be a Supremacy Concert on October 1, 2016:
See promo here:

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