Stakeholders hinge power sector development on right policies
The need for the Federal Government to implement the right policies that would lead to the growth of the Nigerian power sector has been emphasised.
BUA Group reacts to Dangote Cement's allegation
BUA Group has reacted to a new statement by Dangote Cement in which the latter made some allegations against the former in relaion to the ownership and operations of mining sites in Obu, Okpella, Edo State. In a statement last night, BUA said: "This latest statement by Dangote Group stinks of desperation in its continued…
Nigeria saves $2bn from local cement production, says BUA Group
Nigeria has saved $2billion from local production of cement in the country in the past one year, a development which culminated in the corresponding reduction in the import of the product.
Rabiu among 100 Africa 2017 future business leaders
A renowned French economist and political think-tank based in Paris in partnership with, Jeune Afrique, a leading publication, gave the ranking that included 10 Nigerians but which placed Rabiu in the top 10.
Exports as next frontier for cement industry
The journey of the Nigerian integrated cement manufacturing, which took a new course just over a decade ago, has seen Nigeria move from a nation with under three million tonnes of production capacity to a country that will have some 45 million tons of cement manufacturing capacity by next year....
BUA appoints Swiss company, Gherzi to establish Katsina textile, garment cluster
Nigeria’s food and infrastructure conglomerate, BUA Group, has engaged a Swiss firm, Gherzi Textile Organisation to undertake studies, design master plan and engineering for the development...
BUA named among top 50 firms to work with
BUA Group has been named amongst the first 50 Companies to work in 2016 by Jobberman in the third edition of its ‘Best 100 Companies to Work For’ which focuses on recognising and celebrating top employers in Nigeria.
BUA Group partners Kano farmers to boost local rice production
In fulfillment of the Federal Government’s policy of boosting rice production in Kano State, the BUA Rice Ltd, a subsidiary of BUA Group, is partnering the state branch of Rice Farmers Association of Nigeria (RIFAN), to actualise the dream.
BUA Group partners Kano farmers on rice production
Group Executive Director, Strategy and Innovation of BUA Group, Kabiru Rabi’u said, “BUA remained genuinely committed to government’s resolve to reduce the nation’s dependence on imported rice by boosting
BUA’s CCNN $300m 1.5million tonne/year cement plant ready for Q3 2017
This was made known by the Founder/Executive Chairman of BUA Group and Chairman of CCNN, Abdulsamad Rabiu, during a working tour of the plant by the Minister for Solid Minerals Development, Dr. Kayode Fayemi.