According to Executive Director, Commercial of NASCON
, Fatima Aliko-Dangote, the company, which added three new products in 2018, will be introducing more products this year as part of strategies to meet the needs of its varied customer base.
2019 is an annual event being organized by students of FAST-NU Islamabad campus for last 20 years in collaboration with university administration.
presented a unique galaxy of talent and craftsmanship by rendering different activities and programmes, including makeup fiesta, model United Nations, e-gaming, scavengers hunt, ad mad, towards the future, accounting and finance guru, marketing plan competition, business idea, battle of brains, bug catcher, mobile app development, poster designing, speed programming, software project, data science competition, project exhibition, engineering debate, speed wiring and different sports.
Students from all around the country were invited to attend the event on the first day of NaSCon
(National Solutions Convention) which was the flagship event of FAST-NU's annual social calendar.
event aims to abet aspiring young entrepreneurs to polish their skills and advance forward to compete in this technology era.
Hajiya Fatima Aliko-Dangote, Executive Director, Commercial, NASCON
Allied, said the drivers were a critical part of the company's workforce, and the organisation would continue to celebrate their performance.
Students from all around the country would be expected to attend this event on the first-day of NaSCon
(National Solutions Convention) which would the flagship event of FAST-NU's annual social calendar.
Students from all around the country are expected to attend this event on the first day of NaSCon
(National Solutions Convention) which is the flagship event of FAST-NU's annual social calendar.
Other gainers during the month were: GTBank, N1.90; Julius Berger, N1.50; Zenith Bank and Flour Mills of Nigeria, N1.40 apiece; NASCON
Allied Industries, N1.30; Berger Paints and Stanbic IBTC, N1.25; and Dangote Sugar Refinery, N1.00 each.
added 30k to close at N19.20, while NPF Microfinance Bank increased by 13k to close at N1.62 per share.
He congratulated the faculty and students for successfully organizing the NASCON
and hoped the present event will ensure that young scientists and software engineers are up-to-date with the latest technological advancements in their respective fields.
The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that Dangote Foods comprises of Dangote Flour Mills, Dangote Sugar Refinery and NASCON