The delegation from the Nigerian Embassy, headed by His Excellency, Muhammad Bello Abioye, High Commissioner of Nigeria along with Samaila Muhammad Goni, Head of Chancery and First Ministers visited CCL Head Office in Lahore. The visit was aimed to promote bilateral business ties and opportunities in the pharmaceuticals sector. President CCL Life Sciences, Mr. Atif Idrees Siddiqui, along with his team officials, Mr. Adeel Yousaf Vice President Finance – CCL Life Sciences, Syed Umair Maroof – Business Head CCL, Imran Qayum briefed the delegation about CCL’s profile and its global presence. “We appreciate the vision of CCL and its efforts to invest in the Nigerian Pharmaceutical industry to raise awareness against diabetes-related metabolic diseases,” said His Excellency Mr. Mohammad Bello Abioye. “We ensure our full support to CCL in carrying out their mission of providing Healthy, Happy Life to the general public of Nigeria.” “CCL is extremely pleased to host His Excellency Muhammad Bello Abioye and his delegation and to provide the opportunity to expand its business in Nigeria,” said Atif Idrees Siddiqui – President CCL. He further thanked the Nigerian High Commission in Islamabad for facilitating the process and policies of conducting business in Nigeria. At the end of the session, His Excellency Mohammad Bello Abioye planted a tree on the premises of CCL as a memoir of propagating long-term business relationships between the two countries.