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L-R: R Mrs. Adenike Aboderin, co-Chairperson Planning Committee/Director, Finance & Accounts, FAAN; Engr. Saleh Dunoma, President ACI-Africa/MD/CEO FAAN; Mr. Sadiku Rafindadi, Chairperson Planning Committee/Director, Commercial & Business Development, FAAN in Lagos, unveiling the logo of the 59th ACI-Africa Board and Regional Committees Meetings & Regional Conference and Exhibition to be hosted by FAAN from 14-20 April 2018

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