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NDLEA boss joins printing gurus for Canon 3-day expo in Nigeria

Roli Bode Geroge reeled out how the agency was saved by the expertise and diligence of the printing company established in Nigeria in conjunction with Canon.

The event, which also had top printing experts in attendance, was declared open by the NDLEA boss, who represented her husband and chairman MBG, Chief Bode George.

Speaking on her experience, the NDLEA boss said: "We needed some printing stuffs for our agency and we needed something that was world class because we were having an event in conjunction with the European Union.

I" ran to my husband, who had a printing company but he wasn't sure of what I wanted and referred me to an expo where I met an agency of Tenaui Africa representing Canon Nigeria and that was the end. It was an experience that has left me speechless and without sounding like I am promoting this company, I can tell you that it was worth all the stress from Abuja down because people started asking where and how I got the printing despite little or low budget in the government agency.

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"I kept telling them it's here in Nigeria and the interesting part is the after sales service, which is top notch," she said.

Speaking at the event, the Sales Manager Canon, Central and North Africa, Faby Abinader stressed that the Nigerian market can not be overlooked with its contribution to the Canon company globally.

He stressed that the success of other African countries is largely hinged on the success of the Nigerian market, which has been made possible by the existence of Tenaui Africa headed by Yassar Al-Farrar.

Stressing his points of  Faby Abinader,  noted that the Nigerian market spearheaded by Tenaui Africa contributes 53% of the total GDP of Canon, Central and North Africa since it was launched in 2016.

He further explained that the company in Nigeria has concluded plans to expand its frontiers to other parts of the country that include Port Harcourt, Enugu, Rivers and Abuja come 2018.

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The event, which held at the Oriental Hotel Lagos on Monday, November 20, 2017 kicked off what has become the annual printing and imaging expo by Tenaui Africa in conjunction with Canon Central, North and West Africa.

The event, which is scheduled to round off on Wednesday, November 22, 2017, also have in attendance, Canon Product Manager, Doha Al- Sabah; Director Emerging Market Business Unit, Europe, Eiji Ota; and Sales Manager Canon, Central and North Africa, Fady Abinader.

The company also reiterated its ability to accommodate after sales service, which has remained one of its strongest selling points as witnessed by some of its major customers like PrintWorld boss, Adedoyin Ademosu.

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