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Nigerian Breweries announces one resignation, two new Non-Executive Director appointments

Nigerian Breweries Plc on Thursday announced two new Non-Executive directors to its Board of Directors.

The brewing company notified the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) of the change to the composition of its Board with the appointment of Mr Oluseyi Bickersteth and Mrs Adeyinka O. Aroyewun as Non-Executive Directors.

Star Lager to host 2018 ‘One Lagos Fiesta’

Star Lager beer, the flagship beer brand of Nigerian Breweries Plc, has revealed plans to round up the year in conjunction with the Lagos State Government at its Yuletide revue, One Lagos Fiesta, which is set to hold from 24th December to the early hours of 1st January, 2019.

The event which is billed to attract top Nigerian artists cutting across all genres, including Olamide, Teni, Real, Humblesmith, Ayuba, Osupa among others and over two million direct participants are expected to take part in this year’s event.

Amstel Malta hosts FitFam Fest 2018 in support of healthy living

Premium Malt drink, Amstel Malta, from the stables of Nigerian Breweries Plc recently hosted hundreds of fitness enthusiasts at the 2018 FitFam Fest.

The event attracted fitness pundits and fans from different parts of the world as well as local fitness celebrities, who shared their experiences and weath of knowledge regarding the ever-growing fitness industry.

Court orders Nigerian Breweries to include retirement policy in employee handbook

The National Industrial Court of Nigeria has asked Nigerian Breweries Plc to include its early retirement policy in its staff Handbook.

In his ruling, Justice Ogbuanya ordered the firm to specify the pre-qualification, notice period and severance package in order to avoid litigation of the policy.

NB says it complies with all legitimate demands of government agencies, the latest in its dispute with NLRC

Nigerian Breweries Plc has said it has no intention to deprive the government of its revenue and thus complies with all legitimate demands of government agencies.

The statement is the latest development in the ongoing dispute between the brewer and the National Lottery Regulatory Commission (NLRC). The NLRC on 12th and 13th November had shut down the Lagos and Abuja offices of Nigerian Breweries over alleged disputed promotional fees.

Nigerian Breweries urges respect for rule of law in dispute with NLRC

Nigerian Breweries Plc said on Wednesday it has always ensured that it complies with all legitimate demands of government agencies which are in accordance with the rule of law and has never sought to or seek to deprive government of its legitimate revenue.

The brewing company spoke through a statement released by its Head of Government Relations, Vivian Ikem, who said that Nigerian Breweries, since it was established over 70 years ago, has remained one of the highest contributors to government revenue through taxes and levies paid to various levels of government.

AFBTE decries NLRC action on company closures

The Association of Food, Beverage and Tobacco Employers (AFBTE), an umbrella union of employers in the food, beverage and tobacco sector, said it was saddened by the closure of some companies by the National Lottery Regulatory Commission (NLRC).

NLRC responds to critics of its recent actions, blames NB for actions that led to office closures

The National Lottery Regulatory Commission (NLRC) at the weekend responded to critics of its recent action to temporarily close the offices of Nigerian Breweries Plc (“NB”), instead blaming the brewing company for the events that led to the closure.

The commission said that Nigerian Breweries owes it N326 million in taxes and continued to rebuff all attempts by the agency to enforce the National Lottery Act, 2005.

Nigerian Breweries speaks on the recent dispute with NLRC

Nigerian Breweries Plc, on Wednesday released a statement on the ongoing dispute with the National Lottery Regulatory Commission (NLRC).

In the statement, the company confirmed the sealing of its Corporate Headquarters in Lagos and two other offices in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Abuja on the 12th and 13th of November by officials of the National Lottery Regulatory Commission.

NLRC strongly condemned for shutting down NB’s offices over alleged infraction

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The Nigerian Employers’ Consultative Association (NECA) has condemned the actions of the Director-General of the National Lottery Regulatory Commission (NLRC), Mr Lanre Gbajabiamila, for what it sees as his high handedness and lack of regard for the rule of law, to close down the offices of Nigerian Breweries Plc.