The first in the series of this year’s mini-clinics of the 2021 Ecobank-JoyNews Habitat Fair, is being held at the Achimota Retail Centre in Accra on Saturday and Sunday.
This year’s fair, which has been themed “Home Ownership: To build or to Buy,” is a prelude to the main exhibition, which will come off from October 27 to October 31, 2021.
The mini-fair attracted a lot of patrons who were seen negotiating with exhibitors for good discount deals.
The Planned City Extension Project By Cities and Habitats is one of the main sponsors.
Other sponsors are Elegant Homes and General Construction Limited, DBS Industries Limited, Duralast Limited, Renter’s Paradise, Superlock Technologies Limited and Bambi Smart Homes Limited.
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