Plateau, Nigeria 18 May 2023 – Governor Simon Lalong of Plateau State has commended the
leading Quick Service Restaurant (QSR) operator in Nigeria, Eat’N’Go Africa at the official
commissioning of the company’s first store in Jos. The QSR giant and master franchisee for
Domino’s Pizza, Cold Stone Creamery, and Pinkberry Gourmet Frozen Yoghurt brands
continues to maintain its position as a frontrunner in the fast-food industry.

Established in Nigeria in 2012, Eat’N’Go has made remarkable strides towards becoming the
premier food operator in Africa. It has successfully introduced globally recognized brands across
the continent, fulfilling its vision and commitment.

During the momentous event, Governor Lalong reaffirmed his administration’s dedication to
creating an enabling environment for investors, aiming to boost the state’s economy. "We
construct infrastructure to attract investors to Plateau. We do it to encourage enterprises like
Eat’N’Go and advance commercial activities. I extend a warm welcome to Cold Stone and
Domino’s Pizza. I pray that our people will benefit from this development, and that you will also

At the event well attended by commissioners and other members of the State Executive
Council, Mr. Maruf Lamidi, the Marketing Manager of Cold Stone spoke on behalf of the Group
Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director EatN’Go Africa Limited, Mr. Patrick McMichael.
He thanked the Governor for creating the opportunity to spread goodness and richness of
EatN’Go brands to Plateau State, noting that “the new store marks a significant milestone in the
culinary landscape of Jos, as we witness the inauguration of this iconic Domino’s Pizza and
Cold Stone Creamery in this great city. This event signifies not only the expansion of renowned
global brands but also the growing prominence of our city – Jos as a thriving hub for commerce
and economic growth.”

“EatN’Go through its brands have been synonymous with exceptional taste, quality, and
unparalleled service for decades. As we stand here today, surrounded by the aroma of freshly
baked crusts, delectable toppings, and mouthwatering ice cream, we are reminded of the joy
and satisfaction that this brand has brought to countless individuals around the world”.

Speaking further, Maruf said: “Today, we also recognize the positive impact that Domino’s Pizza
and Cold Stone Creamery store will have on our local economy. This establishment will create
numerous job opportunities, empowering individuals and supporting livelihoods within our
community. It will also attract visitors from far and wide, further enhancing the reputation of our
city as a great and viable economic destination.”

“This new Domino's Pizza and Cold Stone Creamery location is a testament to the vibrant spirit
of entrepreneurship and innovation that defines our community. It represents the collaborative
efforts of talented individuals who have worked tirelessly to bring this project to fruition. We
commend the dedication and hard work of the entire Eat N Go Domino’s team for their
commitment to excellence and their unwavering passion for providing an exceptional dining

Since its first store opened 2012 in Lagos, Eat’N’Go has expanded from one to over 195 stores
in Nigeria and Kenya. With over 3000 employees, Eat’N’Go is fast becoming one of the fastest
growing franchising companies in the Africa.

About Eat’N’Go

Eat’N’Go is Africa’s leading master franchisee for the Domino’s Pizza, Cold Stone Creamery and
Pinkberry Gourmet Frozen Yoghurt brands. Renowned for being a master deliverer of high-
quality food and services, EatN’Go launched in 2012 in Nigeria with the vision “to become the
premier food operator in Africa”. Today, the company has over 195 stores in Nigeria and Kenya,
and it continues to deliver on this promise by successfully rolling out the globally recognised
brands Cold Stone Creamery and Domino’s Pizza across Africa. EatN’Go is dedicated to
bringing the best global food brands and concepts across Africa.