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Ugandan flower growers exhibit in KenyaPublish Date: Jun 20, 2014
Ugandan flower growers exhibit in Kenya
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Some of the flower bouquets displayed during the International Floriculture Trade Expo (IFTEX)
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Two of 18 Ugandan flower growers and exporters - Rose Bud Limited and Mairye Estate, recently took part in a three-day International Floriculture Trade Expo (IFTEX) which took place at Oshwal Center, in Parklands, Nairobi.  

The three-day event attracted flower buyers from over 40 countries and 200 flower exhibiting companies from more than 16 countries. 
 
Sebidde Kiryowa and Denis Dibele attended the show and present what transpired in photos. 
 
The chairman Ruparelia Group, Dr. Sudhir Ruparelia (C) his daughter Meera (R) and Kenneth Kitariko, CEO, African Alliance Capital Markets at International Floriculture Trade Expo (IFTEX) in Nairobi
 
 
 
Some of the flowers at the Oshwal centre at the expo
 
 
Mairye Estates from Uganda also exhibited at the expo i
 
 
Ruud van der Gaast from Rosebud limited in Holland organizes flowers at the expo in Nairobi
 
 
 Guests taking a ride around the exhibition hall 
 
 
Guests at the flower expo admire some of the flowers exhibited 
 
 
Some of the guests from the expo having fun at the Jacaranda hotel in Nairobi
 
 
Dancers perform at the cocktail event held at the Jacaranda hotel for exhibitors and guest of the International Flower Expo in Nairobi 
 

 

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