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Entrepreneur Abdul Samad Rabiu's BUA Group has joined corporates and business leaders from Africa in donating money to fight the COVID-19 pandemic. Below is a statement from BUA Group.
Africa Investment Forum: BUA’s Abdul Samad Isyaku Rabiu on the importance of such an investment platform
The Africa Investment Forum is an important platform for business promoters to come together with international and African investors, Nigerian businessman Abdul Samad Isyaku Rabiu, the Founder of the BUA Group told CNBC Africa’s Kenneth Igbomor. He explained how the forum makes it possible for deals to be done much more quickly than under normal circumstances.
The Project Manager of BUA Group's Port Harcourt plant in Nigeria, Kumar Ashok says the beauty of the project is that the advanced and up-to-date technology adopted means production could be monitored from anywhere across the world. In an exclusive interview after a tour of the plant, he joins CNBC Africa's Christy Cole.
Ahead of its scheduled hot commissioning in October, BUA Group has unveiled its foods manufacturing complex in Port Harcourt, Nigeria. To talk project capacity, output and impact on Nigeria’s food self-sufficiency journey, CNBC Africa’s Christy Cole caught up with the General Manager of BUA Ports and Terminals, Mohammed Lile for more.
The May cover of Forbes Africa features Nigerian billionaire Abdulsamad Rabiu, founder of BUA Group, a Nigerian conglomerate active in cement production, sugar refining and real estate. Forbes Africa West Africa Correspondent Peace Hyde filed this report.
What are opportunities and challenges in Africa's Mining industry? Abdulsamad Rabiu, Chairman BUA Group joins CNBC Africa from Davos on the side-lines of the World Economic Forum to share his thoughts on this.
Chairman of BUA Group, Abdulsamad Rabiu says business-to-business and government-to-business interactions at the Africa 2018 are significant for fast-tracking the continent's development. He spoke to CNBC Africa’s Christy Cole on the side-lines of the Africa 2018 Forum to discuss this and more.
According to Abdulsamad Rabiu the CEO and Chairman of the BUA group, the merger between two of the company's cement subsidiaries, CCNN and Kalambaina, could increase production capacity to 8 million metric tonnes of cement per year. In an exclusive chat with CNBC Africa's Christy Cole, he sheds some light on the merger and the company's potential Initial Public Offering on the NSE.
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