Sir Emeka Offor Hosts Trinidad and Tobago Troupe
ABUJA, NIGERIA, November 29, 2012 - Sir Emeka Offor, the Chairman of Chrome Group (www.thechromegroup.net), a leading West African oil and gas conglomerate, and the patron of the Nigeria/Trinidad and Tobago Chamber of Commerce, today hosted a contingent from Trinidad and Tobago with a special dinner at the Rockview Hotel Royale Abuja. The celebration, which featured top dignitaries from both countries, followed the group's performance at the Abuja carnival 2012.
The night of glamour and socio-cultural discussions witnessed the presence of The Trinidad and Tobago High Commissioner to Nigeria, Mr. Nyahuma Mentuhotep Obika and wife, Minister of Arts and Multiculturalism, Dr. Lincoln Douglas, as well as the President of the Nigeria/Trinidad and Tobago Chamber of Commerce, Billy Gillis, among others.
The Nigerian dignitaries present at the dinner included former Senate President, Senator Ken Nnamani, former Deputy Senate President, Senator Ibrahim Mantu and former Governorship aspirant in the last Anambra gubernatorial elections, Barr Godson Okoye.
See photos from the event here.
In his speech, Sir Emeka Offor reiterated his commitment towards consolidating the cordial relationship between the two countries. Dignitaries from Trinidad and Tobago who took turns to render their appreciation were full of praises for Sir Offor’s benevolent gestures and pledged their commitment towards supporting the Nigerian tourism sector.
About The Chrome Group
The Chrome Group, founded in 1994 by Sir Emeka Offor, is one of Nigeria’s leading indigenous multinational businesses with subsidiaries operating in oil and gas exploration and production, oil and gas servicing, engineering, insurance, logistics and power industries. Visit www.thechromegroup.net.