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Firm to empower youths, reduce unemployment

Hi Geen brand of pharmaceutical products has reiterated its commitment to training and empowering youths in its bid to contribute to the reduction of unemployment in the country.

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Hi Geen brand of pharmaceutical products has reiterated its commitment to training and empowering youths in its bid to contribute to the reduction of unemployment in the country.

Managing Director, Imperial Madeiz and representative of the brand in Nigeria, Dr Kofi Samir, said the firm would achieve its purpose through its distribution network.

He said the products have quality, already in the market and the nation’s health care sector is about to get a boost with its entrance.

“It is the reason we are eager to push these products into the market and why we invited them to come to Nigeria,” he said.

He added that the products were lifesavers for Nigerians who need those kinds of products, saying: “The products are made from natural ingredients especially herbs and oils, so safe to use. They have everything including orthopaedics and health care, nursing, personal care products, skincare, sanitisers and much more.”

Also speaking, the Country Representative of Hi Geen in Nigeria, Amro Alabsi, disclosed that the company decided to partner with Imperial Madeiz because of its experience in the pharmaceutical business.

“We decided to do business with Imperial Madeiz because they understand the business and the products. We have confidence inability to push these products into the Nigerian market and make a success of it,” he added.

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