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Ade George

27 Dec
...Canvasses for greater agricultural investment Non governmental Organisation, Trinitas Foundation Africa has provided food relief and economic support to 6000 families in Lagos. Chief Executive Officer of the foundation, Ade George, also canvassed for greater agricultural investment in Nigeria as a lasting solution to poverty in the nation. Themed “Christmas Cheer 2021,” the initiative was set…
3 May 2021
One of Nigeria's most laudable charity foundations, Trinitas Foundation is set to give out an investment fund of Twenty Million Naira (N20m) to ten startups ventures across Technology, Agriculture, Small Scale Manufacturing, Entertainment & Media, Fashion, Beauty & Lifestyle and Food Industries. The new initiative is the Trinitas Investment Programme, an annual startup pitch competition.…
2 May 2021
The love for luxury, originality and a good fashion sense gave rise to leading African leather brand, Corporate Luxury by Ade George, a bespoke leather company that deals in unique briefcases and other leather accessories. Speaking on why he created the company, Ade George disclosed that there was need to always revive the true African…


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