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April 15, 2024
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Angelo products ‘ll curb counterfeiting in Nigeria— Ejimagwa

Angelo, a new product network company from China which focuses on the promotion of new life of human rejuvenation and anti-aging with their organic and genuine products weekend launched its business hub in Abuja.

The introduction of various products showcased the efforts to meet diverse consumer needs, while aiming for the network’s growth amid economic uncertainties.

Angelo’s Country Representative in Nigeria, Dr Titilope Ejimagwa, who spoke during the launch, said so much had been invested in the quality of products delivered by Angelo.

She gave an example of Angelo toothpaste, which she said had many components in it that could or might be hardly seen anywhere else.

Ejimagwa noted Angelo products in Nigeria would equally allay fears of fake drugs and products in the market as the company procures their products directly from the manufacturers.

While encouraging people to join in the network business, Ejimagwa said: “You don’t need to break the bank to be part of it, you can start as low as N20,000.

”I have been able to empower over 10 million Nigerians in our platform, which I have been with for over 27 years. All you just need to do is to tell your friends about the products.

“By procuring our products directly from the manufacturers, Nigerians can trust the authenticity and quality of our drugs and products, alleviating any concerns about counterfeit goods.”

The event also featured car awards as well as monetary gifts to people at the event who participated in their raffle draw.

The monetary gifts ranged from N10,000, N20,000 to N50,000.

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