US firm mulls establishment of plant in Nigeria, rewards 17
A United States based pharmaceutical and health products company, BF SUMA, has rewarded 17 Nigerians among other Africans from Ghana, Tanzania, Zambia, Uganda, Kenya, and the Democratic Republic of Congo with 33 cars for being top distributors of its health supplement.
The company also said it is considering establishing its manufacturing plant in Nigeria, depending on availability of resources.
Speaking at the award ceremony in Abuja, President of BF Suma, Justin Jai, said BF Suma has helped over 100,000 distributors improve their livelihoods with hundreds of them becoming millionaires and some, billionaires.
He observed that BF SUMA is committed to enhancing quality of life by offering excellent products to bring a brighter life and better future, adding that the company has over 50 health supplement products in Africa and America.
Jai said BF Suma invests special research and development funds to cooperate with well-known universities and medical research institutions to explore more advanced and effective health products, adding that the company is committed to achieving the goal of a healthier, richer and happier life for everyone.
“We are selling thousands and thousands of products every month in Africa. We are also thinking whether or not to build a new plant in Nigeria, but it is the funding. Motivation is the key thing for giving out the cars. BF Suma is never a company that encourages people to lie on the bed and earn money, we respect hardworking people. All the distributors you see winning the cars are hardworking people,” he added.
A Nigerian, Ajisefini Ibukun, said he is the third highest earner in West Africa, and has risen to the top three in Africa since he joined in August 2013. After 11 years of development, BF Suma has more than 10,000 distributors in Africa, contributing more than $10 million in sales each year.
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