Empowering our communities

We believe that understanding and addressing the interest of communities where we work is an important factor in maintaining a successful and sustainable business

Empowering Our Communities to Build a Sustainable Future

We are committed to creating a better and sustainable future for all especially with our stakeholder communities where we operate and welcome the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) which create a charter for our Social Performance strategy and the communities we seek to impact positively.
We believe that understanding and addressing the interest of communities where we work is an important factor in maintaining a successful and sustainable business which is why we make sure we minimise and mitigate any negative impact of our operations, and ensure that through our social performance strategy, stakeholder communities benefit from our presence on a sustainable basis.
Our key stakeholders include stakeholder communities, landlords, Local Governments, State Governments, Federal Government and her agencies and departments (NNPC, NAPIMS, DPR, NCDMB, etc.).

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