Goonite Hygiene Product, a hygiene product company in Lagos, on Wednesday said it would expand its operations in Nigeria where it can connect to other West African countries.
The firm began operation in Nigeria in 2020, producing: diapers, sanitary pads, and other hygiene-related products for women and children.
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The Managing Director of the firm, John Jang, spoke in Lagos during the unveiling of a Nigerian actress, Destiny Etiko, as Brand Ambassador for Besense sanitary pads and Lebrace baby diapers.
“Through Nigeria, we are going to connect to other countries in Africa as we hope to export products made in Nigeria to other countries very soon,” said Jang.
He also lauded the staff and distributors of the products, while promising a sustainable business relationship in the future with them.
“We will always treat our customers in the first place. As long as there is any constructive advice from our customers, we will be held accountable so that we can modify and enhance our quality,” he said.
The new Brand Ambassador, Destiny Etiko expressed her excitement at being the Brand Ambassador for Besense and Lebrace.
She said, “I would tell you people that I have gone through these products and I really love what I have seen so far and I am ready to work with this brand with everything in me. I will support my followership and do my best to protect this brand.”