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Bloggers Party and Awards Abuja is on December 9: Call For Sponsorship and Partnership


As a Development and male empowerment blogger, I also have had to double that with my passion for providing capacity for bloggers and social media users amongst other assignments.

I and my company have hosted this annual party for 4 years, even though we skipped 2016, and this year it will hold on December 9, 2017.

We want to host this in partnership
with anyone who wants to provide any of the party needs as we celebrate a year of impact while encouraging more work in 2018. You are our best partner and sponsor, that is why I thought to communicate this.

Partnering with our Bloggers team at LOGiN Bloggers Africa will give you fulfillment, publicity and a sense of worth, trust me.

You can choose Food, Drinks, Photography, Video Coverage, Logistics cost, Sound and Light, Games, Award plaque sponsorship and even more.

To sponsor any item on the party list, simply call 08038994417 or +2348038994417 on Whatsapp, let us get the ball rolling.

Thank you

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