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Flour Mills of Nigeria 60th Annual General Meeting: Feeding the nation, every day

By Guardian Exclusive
22 September 2020   |   5:14 pm
On the 10th of September, Flour Mills of Nigeria Plc held its 60th annual general meeting in Lagos, Nigeria's commercial capital. Attendance at the event was by proxy and live streaming due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the restrictions on large gathering.

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