No fewer than 23 countries are set to arrive Abuja for the 2018 International African Arts and Crafts Expo (INAC) which has been expanded to an intercontinental affair.
The International Arts and Crafts Expo is slated for 17th to 24th of November in Abuja.
Briefing journalists at the FCT exhibition pavilion which is the venue for the expo, the director-general, National Council for Arts and Culture Otunba Segun Runsewe said everything is now in place to align the exhibition with global standards.
Taking the journalists on a facility tour, Runsewe disclosed that the NCAC in line with its social responsibility will feature components like free skill acquisition, free medical services, waste to wealth, investment forum and many more.
The NCAC boss expressed satisfaction at the massive mobilisation of equipment to site including world class pavilions and a state of the art stage by renowned event management outfit “I Am” while emergency vehicles are already on ground provided by the National Emergency Management Agency.