Golfers explore opportunities in Calabar as men, ladies take to course

Later in the evening, elite business persons and golfers would congregate at the Governor’s Lodge at Diamond Hill, Calabar, by 7p.m for an investment forum, which is at the behest of Governor Liyel Imoke. The forum is aimed at introducing interested investors to opportunities and incentives that abound in the state.

Already, some of the business magnates and top golfers expected at the event have started arriving in Calabar. They include chieftain of Dangote Cement Company, Joseph Makoju, a deputy managing director of United Bank for Africa and representatives of some of the sponsoring firms.

After the men, ladies and veterans have had their day today, specially invited guests would do so tomorrow after the state’s helmsman had performed the ceremonial tee-off in the morning. The invited guests comprise sponsors, diplomats, top government functionaries and captains of industries.

The professional event has a N2 million purse, and the first 30 players on the Professional Golfers Association of Nigeria (PGAN) Order of Merit were invited for the tournament, even though a few failed to show up. Mrs. Imoke initiated the tourney last year to, among other things, enhance tourism and philanthropy towards the abandoned children in the state.

Added to this, the tourney is geared towards attracting more children and women to the game of golf which, apart from being a healthy and rewarding sport, can also be used as an empowerment tool.

Major sponsors of this year’s event are FirstBank Plc, Lilliker, Arab Contractors, Amber Tinapa, Zenith Bank and Toyota Nigeria Limited, which has provided a brand new Toyota Prado 4X4 jeep as a Hole-in-One prize, and a Toyota Land Cruiser 4×4 for winner of the raffle draw.AS senior and regular tour players numbering over 41 yesterday concluded their 36-hole act at the ongoing 2009 Mary Slessor Charity Golf Tournament taking place at the Calabar Golf Club, Army Junction, Calabar, wife of the state governor, Obioma Imoke, will this morning perform the ceremonial teeing to enable men, ladies and veteran players take to the course.

Later in the evening, elite business persons and golfers would congregate at the Governor’s Lodge at Diamond Hill, Calabar, by 7p.m for an investment forum, which is at the behest of Governor Liyel Imoke. The forum is aimed at introducing interested investors to opportunities and incentives that abound in the state.

Already, some of the business magnates and top golfers expected at the event have started arriving in Calabar. They include chieftain of Dangote Cement Company, Joseph Makoju, a deputy managing director of United Bank for Africa and representatives of some of the sponsoring firms.

After the men, ladies and veterans have had their day today, specially invited guests would do so tomorrow after the state’s helmsman had performed the ceremonial tee-off in the morning. The invited guests comprise sponsors, diplomats, top government functionaries and captains of industries.

The professional event has a N2 million purse, and the first 30 players on the Professional Golfers Association of Nigeria (PGAN) Order of Merit were invited for the tournament, even though a few failed to show up. Mrs. Imoke initiated the tourney last year to, among other things, enhance tourism and philanthropy towards the abandoned children in the state.

Added to this, the tourney is geared towards attracting more children and women to the game of golf which, apart from being a healthy and rewarding sport, can also be used as an empowerment tool.

Major sponsors of this year’s event are FirstBank Plc, Lilliker, Arab Contractors, Amber Tinapa, Zenith Bank and Toyota Nigeria Limited, which has provided a brand new Toyota Prado 4X4 jeep as a Hole-in-One prize, and a Toyota Land Cruiser 4×4 for winner of the raffle draw.AS senior and regular tour players numbering over 41 yesterday concluded their 36-hole act at the ongoing 2009 Mary Slessor Charity Golf Tournament taking place at the Calabar Golf Club, Army Junction, Calabar, wife of the state governor, Obioma Imoke, will this morning perform the ceremonial teeing to enable men, ladies and veteran players take to the course.

Later in the evening, elite business persons and golfers would congregate at the Governor’s Lodge at Diamond Hill, Calabar, by 7p.m for an investment forum, which is at the behest of Governor Liyel Imoke. The forum is aimed at introducing interested investors to opportunities and incentives that abound in the state.

Already, some of the business magnates and top golfers expected at the event have started arriving in Calabar. They include chieftain of Dangote Cement Company, Joseph Makoju, a deputy managing director of United Bank for Africa and representatives of some of the sponsoring firms.

After the men, ladies and veterans have had their day today, specially invited guests would do so tomorrow after the state’s helmsman had performed the ceremonial tee-off in the morning. The invited guests comprise sponsors, diplomats, top government functionaries and captains of industries.

The professional event has a N2 million purse, and the first 30 players on the Professional Golfers Association of Nigeria (PGAN) Order of Merit were invited for the tournament, even though a few failed to show up. Mrs. Imoke initiated the tourney last year to, among other things, enhance tourism and philanthropy towards the abandoned children in the state.

Added to this, the tourney is geared towards attracting more children and women to the game of golf which, apart from being a healthy and rewarding sport, can also be used as an empowerment tool.

Major sponsors of this year’s event are FirstBank Plc, Lilliker, Arab Contractors, Amber Tinapa, Zenith Bank and Toyota Nigeria Limited, which has provided a brand new Toyota Prado 4X4 jeep as a Hole-in-One prize, and a Toyota Land Cruiser 4×4 for winner of the raffle draw.AS senior and regular tour players numbering over 41 yesterday concluded their 36-hole act at the ongoing 2009 Mary Slessor Charity Golf Tournament taking place at the Calabar Golf Club, Army Junction, Calabar, wife of the state governor, Obioma Imoke, will this morning perform the ceremonial teeing to enable men, ladies and veteran players take to the course.

Later in the evening, elite business persons and golfers would congregate at the Governor’s Lodge at Diamond Hill, Calabar, by 7p.m for an investment forum, which is at the behest of Governor Liyel Imoke. The forum is aimed at introducing interested investors to opportunities and incentives that abound in the state.

Already, some of the business magnates and top golfers expected at the event have started arriving in Calabar. They include chieftain of Dangote Cement Company, Joseph Makoju, a deputy managing director of United Bank for Africa and representatives of some of the sponsoring firms.

After the men, ladies and veterans have had their day today, specially invited guests would do so tomorrow after the state’s helmsman had performed the ceremonial tee-off in the morning. The invited guests comprise sponsors, diplomats, top government functionaries and captains of industries.

The professional event has a N2 million purse, and the first 30 players on the Professional Golfers Association of Nigeria (PGAN) Order of Merit were invited for the tournament, even though a few failed to show up. Mrs. Imoke initiated the tourney last year to, among other things, enhance tourism and philanthropy towards the abandoned children in the state.

Added to this, the tourney is geared towards attracting more children and women to the game of golf which, apart from being a healthy and rewarding sport, can also be used as an empowerment tool.

Major sponsors of this year’s event are FirstBank Plc, Lilliker, Arab Contractors, Amber Tinapa, Zenith Bank and Toyota Nigeria Limited, which has provided a brand new Toyota Prado 4X4 jeep as a Hole-in-One prize, and a Toyota Land Cruiser 4×4 for winner of the raffle draw.AS senior and regular tour players numbering over 41 yesterday concluded their 36-hole act at the ongoing 2009 Mary Slessor Charity Golf Tournament taking place at the Calabar Golf Club, Army Junction, Calabar, wife of the state governor, Obioma Imoke, will this morning perform the ceremonial teeing to enable men, ladies and veteran players take to the course.

Later in the evening, elite business persons and golfers would congregate at the Governor’s Lodge at Diamond Hill, Calabar, by 7p.m for an investment forum, which is at the behest of Governor Liyel Imoke. The forum is aimed at introducing interested investors to opportunities and incentives that abound in the state.

Already, some of the business magnates and top golfers expected at the event have started arriving in Calabar. They include chieftain of Dangote Cement Company, Joseph Makoju, a deputy managing director of United Bank for Africa and representatives of some of the sponsoring firms.

After the men, ladies and veterans have had their day today, specially invited guests would do so tomorrow after the state’s helmsman had performed the ceremonial tee-off in the morning. The invited guests comprise sponsors, diplomats, top government functionaries and captains of industries.

The professional event has a N2 million purse, and the first 30 players on the Professional Golfers Association of Nigeria (PGAN) Order of Merit were invited for the tournament, even though a few failed to show up. Mrs. Imoke initiated the tourney last year to, among other things, enhance tourism and philanthropy towards the abandoned children in the state.

Added to this, the tourney is geared towards attracting more children and women to the game of golf which, apart from being a healthy and rewarding sport, can also be used as an empowerment tool.

Major sponsors of this year’s event are FirstBank Plc, Lilliker, Arab Contractors, Amber Tinapa, Zenith Bank and Toyota Nigeria Limited, which has provided a brand new Toyota Prado 4X4 jeep as a Hole-in-One prize, and a Toyota Land Cruiser 4×4 for winner of the raffle draw.AS senior and regular tour players numbering over 41 yesterday concluded their 36-hole act at the ongoing 2009 Mary Slessor Charity Golf Tournament taking place at the Calabar Golf Club, Army Junction, Calabar, wife of the state governor, Obioma Imoke, will this morning perform the ceremonial teeing to enable men, ladies and veteran players take to the course.

Later in the evening, elite business persons and golfers would congregate at the Governor’s Lodge at Diamond Hill, Calabar, by 7p.m for an investment forum, which is at the behest of Governor Liyel Imoke. The forum is aimed at introducing interested investors to opportunities and incentives that abound in the state.

Already, some of the business magnates and top golfers expected at the event have started arriving in Calabar. They include chieftain of Dangote Cement Company, Joseph Makoju, a deputy managing director of United Bank for Africa and representatives of some of the sponsoring firms.

After the men, ladies and veterans have had their day today, specially invited guests would do so tomorrow after the state’s helmsman had performed the ceremonial tee-off in the morning. The invited guests comprise sponsors, diplomats, top government functionaries and captains of industries.

The professional event has a N2 million purse, and the first 30 players on the Professional Golfers Association of Nigeria (PGAN) Order of Merit were invited for the tournament, even though a few failed to show up. Mrs. Imoke initiated the tourney last year to, among other things, enhance tourism and philanthropy towards the abandoned children in the state.

Added to this, the tourney is geared towards attracting more children and women to the game of golf which, apart from being a healthy and rewarding sport, can also be used as an empowerment tool.

Major sponsors of this year’s event are FirstBank Plc, Lilliker, Arab Contractors, Amber Tinapa, Zenith Bank and Toyota Nigeria Limited, which has provided a brand new Toyota Prado 4X4 jeep as a Hole-in-One prize, and a Toyota Land Cruiser 4×4 for winner of the raffle draw.



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