Metro Woman Marketplace: Eftinzz Events Outfit
By Metro Woman
25 November 2017 | 5:40 am
Francisca Onyinye Ogunlade is the CEO of Eftinzz Events Outfit, creator of Nigeria's first Events Budget and Planning App presently on Google PlayStore and the producers of the pioneer Events and Wedding Exhibition (Beauty and Bride Exhibition) in Southwest Nigeria excluding Lagos State.
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