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The Guardian honours excellence in manufacturing

By Guardian Exclusive
21 November 2017   |   12:29 pm
The maiden edition of The Guardian Manufacturing Excellence Award took place at the Eko Hotels&Suites on November 17 and major players in Nigeria's manufacturing sector were rewarded for their tenacity, excellence and innovation.

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