The heavy downpour of rain within the Lagos metropolis couldn’t stop Longrich International, the Multinational Network Company from celebrating partners who have distinguished themselves over the last two years.
In her opening remark, the Black 5star Longrich, Dr. Titilope Ejimagwa, commended partners for honouring the invitation despite the short notice, hailing their committment against all odds, especially the economic downturn created by the COVID-19 pandemic around the world.
Dr. Ejimagwa explained that partners had not been able to meet due to the restrictions and guidelines occasioned by the COVID-19 pandemic, while urging partners to continue to put their best, so as to tap into the various incentive plans, just as she invited prospective partners to come on board.
On his part, the CEO lnternational, Mr Alex Jia, explained that in the next five years, Longrich would be affordable for all Nigerians, thereby allowing more new partners to sign up on its platform, so as Nigeria would be a healthy nation.
Furthermore, Mr Jia said the uniqueness of Longrich was the outstanding production done in Nigeria, against others, while he also explained the decisive plan to give back to Nigerians.
Among the highlights of the event were the presentation of car prizes, foreign trips and raffle draw presented to partners.
Longrich has over 2,000 products from eight different categories such as: Cosmetics, Health care products, Household equipment, Furniture, Real Estate and Logistics.
Longrich international factory in Lagos supplies the production line and services the local markets, which has reduced the production costs and product prices, and also has provided employment for over a thousand Nigerians.