Source Directly from over 300 Leading Suppliers at China Homelife Nigeria
China Homelife Nigeria is the most effective platform for leading Chinese companies seeking to do business in Nigeria. Buyers are guaranteed the best quality products and a wide variety of suppliers to choose from at the show.
The 2nd edition of China Homelife Nigeria will bring you over 300 superior Chinese suppliers from the home product category, presenting a lucrative opportunity for importers, traders and buyers to source high quality products directly from manufacturers at competitive prices.
This year's show will have a dedicated focus on nine product segments: Agriculture & Food，Building Materials，Consumer Electronics，Furniture, Home Appliances, Textiles and Garments, Home Products, Gifts as well as Lights and Lamps, featuring leading manufacturers and suppliers.
Organized by Meorient International Exhibition Co. Ltd, Shanghai, a leading facilitator of Chinese business.
China Homelife is organized annually in 12 cities across the world – Sao Paulo, Istanbul, Dubai, Johannesburg, Mumbai, Cairo, Amman, Warsaw, Mexico, Lagos, Nairobi and Almaty.
With 22 years’ experience in the Chinese market, Meorient International Exhibition Co Ltd is committed to maximising network opportunities for importers, wholesalers and volume buyers with dependable Chinese manufacturers.
Venue : EKO Convention Centre
Address : Plot 1415 Adetokunbo Ademola Street | Victoria Island, Lagos 12724, Nigeria
Open : 10:00 AM
Close : 18:00 PM
The Eko Convention Centre is the largest multipurpose conference; banquet and exhibition centre in Nigeria, with a maximum floor space of 5,151 square
Adress:Plot 1415 Adetokunbo Ademola Street | Victoria Island, Lagos 12724, Nigeria
Nigeria is a major country in West Africa. Covering 923,768 sq km (356,667 sq mi), Nigeria is bordered by Benin to the west, Niger to the north, Chad to the northeast, and Cameroon to the east. The country has a coastline facing the Gulf of Guinea to the south. With a population of 152 million people, Nigeria is the most populous country in Africa, the 7th most populous country in the world. Its capital is Abuja while its largest city is Lagos.
Nigeria has been inhabited for over a thousand years, with recorded history beginning around AD 999. The earliest Europeans to explore it were the Portuguese and Spanish. Nigeria was a British protectorate from 1901 until 1 October, 1960, when it gained its independence from Britain.
Although the oil-rich Niger Delta provided billions of dollars in oil money in the 1970's, the wealth was squandered by corruption. The political landscape of the country remained turbulent with coups and abortive coups. Nigeria regained its democracy in 1999 with the election of Olusegun Obasanjo, who was reelected in 2003. In 2007, the Umaru Yar'Adua came to power under the People's Democratic Party. Although the elections have been condemned as unfair by international observers, the country has gradually shifted towards tackling corruption and hastening development.
Planning your visit to Nigeria
Most visitors need a visa to enter Nigeria. This has to be obtained from a Nigerian embassy prior to arrival. The international airports in Nigeria are located in Lagos, Abuja, Kano and Port Harcourt. The Murtala Muhammed International Airport (LOS) in Lagos is the biggest in the country and is the base for national flag carriers Air Nigeria and Arik Air. You can fly to Lagos from London, Amsterdam, Paris, Frankfurt and Istanbul, among others.
Major Cities in Nigeria
Abuja - capital
Lagos - biggest city
Places of Interest in Nigeria
Kainji National Park
Yankari National Park
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