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CWG Plc, Enugu gaming commission okay five-year partnership deal


James Agada, Managing Director, Computer Warehouse Group Plc

CWG Plc has still a five-year partnership contract with the Enugu State Government to help transform the Enugu State Gaming Commission.

This contract, which is said to be the first of its kind in Nigeria, has been designed to reposition Enugu State as the national leader in the effective management and regulation of gaming activities in Nigeria.

Speaking about the partnership deal, James Agada, Group CEO, CWG Plc, said that the partnership with Enugu State falls neatly in line with the company’s strategic intent and fits into its new business model, which is focused on solving problems and creating value for partners and stakeholders.


“CWG Plc will bring to bear, its 25years experience in building systems, automating processes and the ability to create value for our partners,” he assured.

Mr Udukheli Izebuno, Business Director Government Sector at CWG Plc further explained that the partnership is part of CWG’s effort at identifying several areas where the government’s ability to deliver services or generate revenue are being hampered.

“CWG Plc operates to solve problems wherever they may exist; particularly those that appear intractable, but which in the long run will increase efficiency and citizen satisfaction particularly within the Government Sector,” he said.

Izebuno added that the partnership is a vindication of the largest Systems Integration Company in Sub-Saharan Africa’s focus on partnering with Government, Agencies and Ministries.

The term ‘Gaming’ which comprises of casino games, sports betting, various promotions, lottery and lotto games has been estimated to be a N5bn+ a day business in Nigeria.

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