In a new move designed to reduce price and ease logistics inherent in the purchase of its products, the management of Dangote Cement Plc has signed a pact with the foremost e-commerce platform Jumia Nigeria to offer for sale its cement to customers online.
The Minister of State for Power, Works and Housing, Suleiman Hassan Zarma, has said that the national building code is being revised to curb the incessant cases of building collapse in the country.
As a measure to stem cases of collapsed building in Lagos state, the government, yesterday, commenced demolition of 114 identified distressed buildings in the state.
Lafarge Africa, a leading cement manufacturer in Nigeria, has restated its commitment to using renewable energy to enhance sustainable development of the construction industry and protection of the environment.
Nigeria’s Dangote Industries Limited has sold a 2.3% stake in Dangote Cement to foreign buyers in a stock market deal valued at 86.1 billion naira ($236 million).
Nigerian stocks climbed to more than two year highs on Monday, lifted by gains in Dangote Cement as investors piled into the shares in anticipation of its half-year earnings.
The government of Lagos State has announced that a 38-km, four-lane road bridge is to be built across the Lagos lagoon to ease congestion on crossings between Lagos Island and the rest of the city.
The Head of the Civil Service of the Federation (HoCSF), Winifred Oyo-Ita said about 16,000 Federal Civil Servants who participated in the Federal Integrated Staff Housing (FISH) Property Fair would benefit from the first phase of the mass housing scheme.
Bolloré Logistics teams recently secured two key cement plant construction projects in Nigeria and South Africa with one of the largest cement plant production companies in China.
Akwa Ibom State Governor, Udom Emmanuel and members of the state executive council, narrowly escaped death when a church building collapsed.
Work is to commence in full as the Dangote Group and the Federal Government signed a landmark contract document, yesterday, in Abuja.
In a country where relations between manufacturing concerns and the communities in which they operate are often tense, Lafarge Africa Plc has sought to ensure that its host communities benefit from its presence.
Malam Ahmed Salihu, Director of Environment, Kaduna State Ministry for Environment, says plans to generate electricity from solid waste have progressed and the plan will transform waste into huge employment opportunities.
The Federal Housing Authority of Nigeria in partnership with the Federal Mortgage Bank of Nigeria (FMBN), have commenced construction of 30,000 housing units in Nigeria.
The International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) has urged the Federal Government of Nigeria to fence airports in Nigeria to ensure safety and check
Dangote Cement, Africa’s largest producer of the building material, said full-year profit rose 15% as a price cut in its home market of Nigeria
Dangote Cement Plc (DANGCEM), Africa’s biggest producer of the building material, hired Onne van der Weijde as chief executive officer, its outgoing CEO said.
Chairman of Lafarge Africa Plc Chief Olusegun Osunkeye has said that the ongoing Mandatory Tender Offer (MTO) will provide minority shareholders of Ashaka Cement
As stakeholders across the country continue to hail Dangote Group over the price slash in cement, the company yesterday stated that the measure was not meant to promote monopolistic tendencies.
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Dangote Cement has described its current campaign on how to guard against building collapse across the country as part of its corporate social reasonability project.
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Nigerian financial services firm the ARM Infrastructure Fund is close to raising $250-million, much of it coming from pension funds,