… Offers free skill acquisition/medicals for Nigerians
The much awaited International Art and Crafts Expo(INAC) holding at the FCT Exhibition Pavilion will light up Abuja on November 20th and will last till 24th.
The director-general, National Council for Arts and Culture, Otunba Segun Runsewe assures on a special outing with the provision of free BMI, free eye testing/glasses, free dental services, free skill acquisition and Waste to Wealth initiative.
According to the NCAC chief who is leaving no stone unturned in ensuring a successful outing, this year’s INAC has been carefully packaged to empower Nigerians by providing free skills for small and medium startups.
Runsewe encourages Nigerians and indeed foreign nationals to take full advantage of the components of INAC.
He confirmed that renowned event management outfit, Innate Arts and Media(I Am) will take control of logistics just as he revealed that fast rising Urban Afro musician, Yega has also been booked to perform at the closing on the 24th of November.
Out of 30 countries from around the world that are billed to exhibit during the event, 4 have expressed commitment to take special days to thrill Guests and participants.
China will take centre stage on the 21th to showcase its oriental endowments as a unique cultural destination of sorts.
On the 22nd, India will be on hand to entertain guests with breathtaking music and dance routines, in a fantastic showing reminiscent of Bollywood.
Venezuela and Bangladesh will combine on the 23rd for a double dose of excitement in what has become a much anticipated aspect of INAC since Runsewe expanded the Expo to a fanfare of global repute in 2017.