TOP 100 BUSINESSES IN NIGERIA

TOP 100 BUSINESSES IN NIGERIA

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L-R, Managing Director/CEO Bank of Industry (BOI) Mr. Rasheed Ola Oluwa, Geoup MD Lafarge Nigeria Ltd Mr. Guillaume Roux, Chief Oladipo Olusegun Oshukeye, and the executive Director Small Scale Enterprenues Mr. Waheed Olagunju during the annual Presidential dinner with the Top 100 Businesses Companies in Nigeria

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L-R Chairman Stallion Group Mr. Suni Vaswani, President Dangote Group of Companies Alhaji Aliko Dangote, Chairman Forte Oil Mr. Femi Otedola, National Chairman PDP Alhaji Adamu Muazu, Chairman Visafone Mr. Jim Ovia, Vice President Mohammed Namadi Sambo, President Goodluck Jonathan, Senete President David Mark, former Interim head of state Chief Earnest Sonekan, Chairman HoneyWell group of Companies Oba Otudeko and the minister of Trade and Investment Mr. Segun Aganga with members of the Top 100 Businesses in Nigeria during the annual Presidential dinner with the Top 100 Businesses Companies in Nigeria

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L-R, Managing Director/CEO Bank of Industry Mr. Rasheed OlaOluwa , Executive Director Small Scale Enterprenus BOI Mr. Waheed Olagunju , Mrs. Bola Shagaya and the MD PZ Cussons PLC Christopher Giannopovlos during the annual Presidential dinner with the Top 100 Businesses Companies in Nigeria.

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President Goodluck Jonathan  hosted a presidential launch to unveil the  top 100 companies operating in Nigeria under the Top 100 Business Initiative designed to mark the Nigeria centenary. The President , stated that the Federal Government identified 100 companies contributing to the nation’s economic growth and decided to recognize them.

Mr Aganga said, “Behind Nigeria’s successes are real companies which do business every day. These companies create jobs, employ our people and they keep the economy growing that is why we organised the top 100 companies’ event for the first time.”

“These companies have built considerable scale in Nigeria and continue to show strong commitment to invest more”, he added. The top companies initiative which coincide with Nigeria’s centenary year, cut across various sectors such as such as oil and gas, telecommunication, construction, food manufacturing companies, among others.

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