Tag Archives: Nigerian Breweries

Vendor files petition with AG against Nigerian Breweries

Nigerian Breweries Plc (NB) said on Tuesday that one of its former petroleum vendors has filed a petition with the Attorney General of the Federation against some members of its management.

In a released statement signed by NB’s Corporate Affairs Adviser, Kufre Ekanem, the company said that TMDK oil Traders, a vendor who had been under a three year contract to supply petroleum products to the company had filed a petition with the Attorney General of the Federation and the Minister of Justice.

NB fights back as law enforcement operatives search for syndicate behind fake Amstel Malta videos

Nigerian law enforcement agencies have begun a massive hunt for the people behind attempts to smear the image of Amstel Malta, a premium low sugar malt drink made by Nigerian Breweries Plc.

This follows a recent discovery of several attempts by unknown faces to damage the brand’s image by creating a video showing the presence of foreign object in the famous malt drink.

No fake Amstel Malta in the market – NB

Nigerian Breweries Plc, said on Thursday that a coordinated and well-funded syndicate is trying to run down its famous premium low sugar malt drink, Amstel Malta. For a few months now, the company has been trying to identify the source of a sustained campaign by a group of individuals to smear its premium malt brand.

In August 2016, Nigerian Breweries re-launched Amstel Malta in a new Credentials Campaign tagged “Why Add More”, which was meant to reinforce the brand’s positioning in the marketplace as the Premium Malt drink of choice, with an original formulation that contains Less Sugar and is enhanced with essential vitamins and minerals.

NSE lauds Nigerian Breweries for high corporate compliance

The Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) has applauded Nigerian Breweries Plc for maintaining a high compliance of good corporate governance standards.

This was communicated by the Chief Executive Officer of the NSE, Mr. Oscar Onyema to the management of Nigerian Breweries on a recent visit by the company to the Stock Exchange. He also congratulated the brewing company on its 70th anniversary and for emerging the Most Compliant Listed Company for the year. Onyema said that Nigerian Breweries is a good corporate citizen who has shown good examples to other listed companies on the Exchange.

Fire breaks out at Nigerian Breweries headquarters in Iganmu, Lagos

An early morning fire on Christmas Day has engulfed the headquarters of Nigerian Breweries Plc in the Iganmu area of Lagos.

The Lagos State fire service is said to have arrived at the scene to contain the inferno.

According to officials of the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA), the fire started around 5:30AM on Sunday.

Nigerian Breweries donates library to Lagos School

Nigerian Breweries Plc (NB) has donated a fully built and furnished school library to Randle Avenue Primary School, in Surulere Local Government Area of Lagos State.

The brewer partnered with the Rotary Club of Lagos in fully equipping the library and sanitary facility at the school.

NB says it has invested N243bn in Nigerian economy

Nigerian Breweries Plc, the country’s leading brewer said it has invested N243bn in the Nigerian economy. This was contained in a newsletter made available to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Abuja last Monday.

The company further stated that the amount translates to 0.65% of the country’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP).

Nigerian Breweries named Best Company in Responsible Consumption and Production

Nigerian Breweries Plc, the country’s largest brewer has been named the Best Company in Responsible Consumption and Production in 2016.

The award was announced at the 2016 edition of the Nigeria CSR Awards – The Social Enterprise Report and Awards (SERA) which took place in Lagos.

Nigerian Breweries, FRSC embark on annual “Don’t Drink and Drive” Campaign

Nigerian Breweries Plc, said it has begun the ninth edition of the ‘Don’t Drink and Drive’ campaign in some parts of the country, in partnership with the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC).

In a statement released by the company, it said the programme, which began in the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja was part of its efforts to promote responsible consumption of alcoholic beverages among road users, particularly commercial drivers and riders.

Fourth Quarter will be just as tough for Nigerian Consumer Firms – Analysts

Some of Nigeria’s biggest companies suffered losses in the third quarter as the naira continued to depreciate against major world currencies and with inflation spiking to 18.3% as of October, amid a drop in consumer spending and foreign currency scarcity.