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Goldberg Lager beer, a brand of Nigerian Breweries Plc, is set to unveil an empowerment scheme tagged Isedowo in Southwestern states on Thursday, 31 August 2017.
The scheme, which is designed to equip young Yoruba men and women with the support to grow their businesses, will be launched at the palace of the Ooni of Ife, Oba Adeyeye Enitan Ogunwusi Ojaja II.
Emmanuel Agu, Portfolio Manager, Mainstream Lager and Stout Brands, Nigerian Breweries Plc, said that, in addition to the brand’s commitment to support the culture and tradition of the Yoruba people, it would use Isedowo to inspire entrepreneurship in the region, thus impacting employment and income generation.
“Through Isedowo, Goldberg will extend its links with the people of the Southwest beyond culture and tradition to the entrepren
International Breweries Plc (“IBPlc”), the Ilesha-based brewer owned by Anheuser-Busch InBev (AB InBev) announced on Tuesday it has received regulatory approvals from the Nigerian Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) and the Nigerian Stock Exchange (“NSE”) to merge with its sister companies, Intafact Beverages Limited and Pabod Breweries.
The statement further said that under the merger conditions, all assets, liabilities and undertakings of Intacfact and Pabod, including employees, real property and intellectual property rights, will be transferred to IBPlc upon completion of the proposed merger. Shareholders of Intafact and Pabod will receive ordinary shares of IBPlc.
IBPlc is the only publicly traded company of the three entities.
The completion of the proposed merger is subject t
Goldberg Lager beer, a value beer brand from the stables of Nigerian Breweries Plc, has announced plans to sponsor various cultural festivals across Southwestern Nigeria as a way to promote the culture and traditions of the people.
The festivals, which include Osun Osogbo, Udiroko, Oranyan, Ojude Oba, Olojo and Oyemekun, are scheduled to hold between the months of August and November.
Speaking on the plans for the sponsorship, Emmanuel Agu, the Portfolio Manager, Mainstream Lager and Stout Brands, Nigerian Breweries Plc, said with the sponsorships, the brand is reiterating its commitment to supporting the promotion of Yoruba culture and traditions, in line with its three-point agenda of culture, respect and enjoyment.
These age-old festivals are among the elements that bind the Yoruba toge...