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Ambode congratulates Nigerian Breweries at 70, concurs with brewer on Lagos Fiesta

Nigerian Breweries corporate Headquarters in Iganmu, Lagos

The Lagos State Governor, Mr. Akinwunmi Ambode, paid a commemorative visit to Nigerian Breweries Plc on Tuesday, where he commended the brewer for its commitment to the economic prosperity of the state and the nation.

The Governor enjoined the company’s management to remain focused on excellent business practices and outstanding corporate governance. He congratulated the company on its 70th anniversary, noting that Nigerian Breweries has been part of the development of Lagos State since its creation fifty years ago.

FrieslandCampina WAMCO commissions N2bn ultra-Modern Warehouse


FrieslandCampina WAMCO, maker of some of the most recognized milk brands in Nigeria such as Peak milk has opened a new State-of-the-art finished goods warehouse in Ikeja, Lagos, with a 14,000 pallet positions capacity.

Guinness Nigeria to partner with Lagos State government on wealth creation

The Chief Executive Officer, Guinness Nigeria Plc, Mr. Peter Ndegwa, has expressed the company’s willingness to continue to partner with the Lagos State Government in its transformation drive.

Speaking during a courtesy call on the state governor, Mr. Ndegwa said the government’s drive to implement its development agenda has given Lagos residents renewed hope. He reiterated Guinness Nigeria’s gratitude to the Lagos State government for its leading role in the provision of critical infrastructure and support for the manufacturing industry in the state.

Food, beverage employers warn of impending job losses

Employers in the food, beverage and tobacco sector have warned of looming job losses if the challenges in the business environment are not turned around.

Speaking on behalf of the employers at the 36th Annual General Meeting of the Association of Food, Beverage and Tobacco Employers in Lagos, the President, AFBTE, Mr. Paul Gbededo, said that manufacturers had losses in the millions of dollars since the devaluation of the naira in the past months.