The announcement, which was made to the Nigerian Stock Exchange, revealed a 17 per cent year on year growth in revenue to N105 billion.
Browsing: Peter Ndegwa
Speaking at the event, which took place at the Agege Motor Park in Lagos, the Managing Director/CEO, Guinness Nigeria Plc, Peter Ndegwa, disclosed that the partnership with the FRSC has been a truly impactful one, making it possible to jointly deliver awareness campaigns reaching millions of Nigerians yearly.
The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the Guinness/FRSC Ember Month campaign against road crashes, tagged: “Responsible Drinking’’ is aimed at sensitising private and commercial drivers against dangers inherent in drink-driving.
Guinness Nigeria Plc has announced the appointment of four directors, as the foremost brewer re-energizes to optimize performance and execute…
The Sustainability report is titled: “Sustainability: From Grain to Glass.”
The results, which were released via a statement to the Nigerian Stock Exchange, shows that the company grew its topline by 19 per cent year-on-year
NAFDAC imposed N1 billion fine on Guinness over alleged usage of expired raw materials in the company’s production lines
In a letter addressed to the Managing Director of Guinness Nigeria Plc, Peter Ndegwa, by the Head, Investigation and Enforcement of NAFDAC, Kingsley Ejiofor, the regulatory agency requested for the payment of the N1 billion as administrative charges for infractions such as the destruction activities carried out by the company without the authorisation and supervision of the agency
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