Within 24 hours of the opening of the International Arts and Crafts (INAC) Expo at the FCT Exhibition Pavilion, venue of the 12th expo, it has registered an unprecedented number of Nigerians and foreign nationals who are troooping to the venue to witness the best of art and craft from every continent of the world.
Guests and exhibitors drawn from around the world at the event have since reached impressive numbers.
At least 30 countries and almost all states of the federation are displaying unique art and crafts, besides the attractive components of free skill acquisition and free medical services provided by the National Council for Arts and Culture.
The Exhibition Pavilion which has become a beehive of activities since the Expo opened on Wednesday, is designed to showcase, entertain and impart skills in four days of non-stop fiesta.
Conceptualised by the director-general, National Council for Arts and Culture, Otunba Segun Runsewe in 2017, this year’s INAC will also feature special country days in what has become an annual feature aimed at adding extra finesse to the event.
INAC is one of the flagship programs held annually by the National Council for Arts and Culture in what has become a major Exhibition that seeks to replicate other global trade fares.