GE Africa (Lagos)
GE Committed to Nigeria and Africa with Ongoing Investments
GE has been walking the talk in terms of funding its expansion on the continent as well as upskilling the various communities in which the company operates. "The business has really grown quite a bit," says said Lazarus Angbazo, President and CEO of GE Nigeria. "Four or five years ago, we had less than 200 people and now we have over 500 people in Nigeria. We have also expanded tremendously in terms of our commitment to the supply chain footprint." Read more. More about GE in Africa in this BRIEFING.
GE Africa, 16 February 2017
Multinational companies often talk about investing in Africa and expanding their footprint here, but few of them actually follow through on their promises to make significant… Read more »
Lazarus Angbazo, President and CEO of GE Nigeria.
- GE Africa
- Publication Date:
- 26 January 2017
All you need to know about the phenomenal progress GE has made in Nigeria see more »
Africa's largest cement plant in Obajana, north central Nigeria, owned by the Dangote Group, produces up to 30, 000 tons of cement daily. It will now record a major milestone, as ... Read more »
Milestones for GE Africa in 2016 include the launch of the African Innovation Center in Johannesburg, winning awards for work on the Read more »