Online business and news plaform, CEOAfrica, has been appointed as the official media partner for 2017 Enugu Food Fair being organised by HarvestPlus.
HarvestPlus is an international institute focused on tackling hunger through breeding food crops fortified with vitamins and minerals.
At a meeting held on Tuesday at the International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA), the country manager of HarvestPlus, Mr Paul Ilona, said CEOAfrica was appointed because of its track record and passion.
He affirmed that he is very confident that with CEOAfrica on board, Enugu Food Fair will achieve its primary goal of creating 3,000 jobs at the end of the Fair.
The Managing Director of CEOAfrica, Prince Cletus Ilobanafor, in his remark described the appointment as “a call for greater work” promising that his company will deploy the best live streaming and reporting technology to achieve a hitchfree and global reporting of the international food fair.
He stated that content towards this great event will be free for all media organization across the world to use, saying that “CEOAfrica will work with all other media platforms to ensure a successful award winning Food Fair in Enugu come October 24-26th 2017.’’
Ilobanafor also called on well-meaning Nigerians, individuals from the South East zone “whose soil this great event is being organized” to key into it and make it a success. He also called on governments at all levels, agencies and corporate Organizations to support Harvestplus in the fight against hunger in Africa.
Also present at the signing of the partnership deal were Gerald Umeze, HarvestPlus MLA officer; Adaobi Umeokoro, HarvestPlus Communication Officer; Victor Ekeleme, Creative Design and Branding Officer; Ifeoma Okonkwo, Events and Partnerships Officer; Segun Irinoye, IT Officer HarvestPlus; Anokwu Prisca Peace, Team Lead Business Development, CEOAfrica;, Adeoye Adetola, Project Officer, CEOAfrica.