Malta Guinness Thrills At Sokoto, Zaria Durbar

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Divisional Trade Activation Manager (North), Mr Ugonna Okeke; Marketing Manager, Malta Guinness & APNADS, Omotola Bamigbaiye-Eletu; Emir of Zaria, Alhaji Idris Shehu; Head of Sales Division (North), Mr Penny Vakkai; Area Manager (North), Gbenga Adaramewa; and Territory Manager (Zaria), Micheal Anthony, at the Durbar Celebration in Zaria.
Divisional Trade Activation Manager (North), Mr Ugonna Okeke; Marketing Manager, Malta Guinness & APNADS, Omotola Bamigbaiye-Eletu; Emir of Zaria, Alhaji Idris Shehu; Head of Sales Division (North), Mr Penny Vakkai; Area Manager (North), Gbenga Adaramewa; and Territory Manager (Zaria), Micheal Anthony, at the Durbar Celebration in Zaria.

Nigeria’s premium malt drink, Malta Guinness and official Malt drink at this year’s Durbar festival which held in Sokoto and Zaria respectively, as part of activities that marked the end of the Sallah celebrations in those cities, treated guests to ice cold refreshing Malta goodness, to add more colour, pump and pageantry to the festival recently.

Speaking with journalists present at the two events, Omotola Bamigbaiye-Elatuyi, Marketing Manager, Malta Guinness and Non-Alcoholic Drinks, stated: “Malta Guinness has been recognized as the Official Malt drink for the Durbar festivals in Sokoto and Zaria as a premium Non-alcoholic malt brand that has been fueling the greatness of Nigerians with its goodness. Malta Guinness is packed with energy giving vitamins B1, B2, B3, B5 and B6, and we are proud to be associated with such a landmark event to refresh guests and attendees with the Malta goodness this Sallah.”

Marketing Manager, Malta Guinness & APNADS, Omotola Bamigbaiye-Eletu; Emir of Zaria, Alhaji Idris Shehu; Head of Sales Division (North), Penny Vakkai, at the Durbar Celebration in Zaria.
Marketing Manager, Malta Guinness & APNADS, Omotola Bamigbaiye-Eletu; Emir of Zaria, Alhaji Idris Shehu; Head of Sales Division (North), Penny Vakkai, at the Durbar Celebration in Zaria.

Activities that took place during the Durbar festival included prayers, parade by the Emirs and their entourage, and accompanying music by local musicians. The Durbar festivals brought out the rich cultural histories of Sokoto and Zaria and were graced by thousands of people who came from in and outside of the two cities.

Malta Guinness is Nigeria’s number one premium malt drink bursting with goodness and vitality and has been fueling the greatness of Nigerians for almost three decades.

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