QNET made a splash in Africa with over 16,000 enthusiasts gathering across the continent, in Kenya, Uganda, And Togo for an unforgettable round of QNET Absolute Living Expos. Current and potential QNET Independent Representatives were treated to education sessions on QNET products, and Absolute Living, QNET’s health and wellness project that encourages people to proactively take care of holistic wellness in order to achieve a balanced lifestyle.
Here are some of the highlights of the expos.
Gracing the event was esteemed Governor of Nairobi Evans Odhiambo Kidero, who gave QNET a huge shout out on his personal Facebook page.
The Absolute Living Expo in Kampala was attended by Associate V Partner Kalai and Associate V Partner Balajee. The event was declared officially open after a ribbon cutting ceremony by Uganda Minister of Trade and Commerce Amelia Anne Kyambadde. During the Opening Ceremony, Amelia Kyambadde said that with today’s technological advancements there are more reasons to move online than to rent physical spaces to parade merchandise.
Former Electoral Commission Chairman of Uganda Dr Badru Kigundu gave his testimony and said that as an engineer with a bias on research, the internet is the best place to look for information regarding any product being sold online. He actively promoted the Amezcua Bio Disc as an example of technology that every household should own because of the way it re-engineers the structure of water increasing its bioavailability for the human body, thus promoting better well-being.
“People around me say that I age slower than normal and I believe this is because of the Amezcua Bio Disc. It allows me to make the most of my day and I don’t tire so easily. I have one with me everywhere I go and so does my wife and children,” he said.
Togo had the biggest crowd of all the expos and saw a huge media presence. The expo was covered extensively in many of the local newspapers, a huge kudos to the hard work of the QNET team and the support of the IRs.
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