Nigerian Cultural Trade Show 2014

It was a whole day of cultural display and business meetings as lovers of art trooped in to satisfy the guilty desires for creativity.

Nigeria Celebrated 54 years of Independence the same week with Germany celebrating its 25th year of the fall of the Berlin Wall and its reunification. As a result of this coincidence, Nigerian German Business Association decided to underline the positive image of Nigeria by creating an event dedicated to the cultural variety of Nigeria. The event took the participants on a journey through Nigeria’s tremendous cultural wealth.

The Consul General of the Federal Republic of Germany, Lagos Michael Derus, the Honourable Commissioner of Tourism and Inter governmental relations Disun Holloway, the Director General, National Film and Video Censors’ Board Ms Patricia Bala where all taking on a tour round the lobby of The Federal Palace Hotel, Victoria Island Lagos, on the 2nd October, 2014.

Exhibitors of the day where:

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