JULIUS BERGER GETS CONTRACT TO BUILD NIGERIA’S FIRST STATE-OWNED CANCER AND CARDIO-VASCULAR DISEASE DIAGNOSTIC AND TREATMENT CENTRE IN PORT HARCOURT

Admin The nation’s leading engineering construction company and most reliable infrastructures development partner, Julius Berger Nigeria Plc, has signed a contract to build Nigeria’s first State-owned cancer and cadio-vascular diseases diagnostic and treatment centre in the Rivers State capital, Port Harcourt. The contract signing ceremony took place 9.00am last Monday at the Council Chambers of the Rivers State Government House with the full complement of the State Executive Council, including the Executive Governor His Excellency, Ezenwo Nyesom Wike, CON, GSSRS, POS (Africa) and Deputy Governor Her Excellency Dr. Mrs Ipalibo…

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JULIUS BERGER SIGNS CONTRACT WITH RIVERS STATE GOVERNMENT TO DUALISE AHOADA–OMOKU ROAD PHASE 1

JULIUS BERGER SIGNS CONTRACT WITH RIVERS STATE GOVERNMENT TO DUALISE AHOADA–OMOKU ROAD PHASE 1   Wednesday in Port Harcourt, the Rivers state government and Nigeria’s frontline engineering construction company, Julius Berger Nigeria Plc, signed a road construction contract for the dualisation of the ever-busy Ahoada–Omoku road Phase 1. The contract is sequel to the ongoing construction of other superbly engineered and very functional roads, flyover bridges and other infrastructures across Port Harcourt by Julius Berger.   The state governor, His Excellency Ezenwo Nyesom Wike, CON, at the signing ceremony held…

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JULIUS BERGER’S ROLL-BACK–MALARIA CSR CAMPAIGN ARRIVES RIVERS, AKWA IBOM STATES

Admin Nigeria’s leading engineering construction company rolls out more treated mosquito nets to Rivers and Akwa Ibom schools as excited pupils express appreciation to Julius Berger Last week, there was a chorus of gratitude amongst administrators, teachers, community leaders and pupils of various schools in both Rivers and Akwa Ibom States, to which Julius Berger Nigeria Plc distributed treated mosquito nets along with a pamphlet titled ‘Guide to Malaria Prevention’. This activity is in furtherance of the company’s determined corporate social responsibility (CSR) policy and fight against the scourge of…

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Press Release : Profile of the New Army Chief

DEFENCE HEADQUARTERS MINISTRY OF DEFENCE P M B 309 GARKI – ABUJA PRESS RELEASE 27 May 2021 PROFILE OF THE NEW CHIEF OF ARMY STAFF MAJOR GENERAL FARUK YAHAYA The new Chief of Army Staff (COAS), Major General Faruk Yahaya was born on 5 January 1966 in Sifawa, Bodinga Local Government Area of Sokoto state. Maj Gen Yahaya who is a member of the 37 Regular Course of the prestigious Nigerian Defence Academy (NDA), started his cadet training on 27 September 1985 and was commissioned into the Nigerian Army Infantry…

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JULIUS BERGER ROLL-BACK-MALARIA CSR INITIATIVE SPREADS IN FCT ABUJA

Admin. * Excitement as the nation’s engineering construction leader Donates more Treated Mosquito Nets to Kindergartens, Primary School Pupils in FCT Schools   The country’s leading engineering construction company, Julius Berger Nigeria Plc, since its commencement of mosquito nets donation to protect vulnerable children, pregnant women and nursing mothers all across the country to mark the 2021 World Malaria Day, has now reached communities in the nation’s Capital Abuja with the humane and laudable CSR initiative.   Students of L.E.A Nursery and Primary Schools, Kuchigoro, were full of excitement when…

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JULIUS BERGER INCREASES CSR EFFORTS TO OPERATIONAL COMMUNITIES

Admin.  Distributes treated mosquito nets, pamphlets on Malaria prevention guidelines In continuation of its determination to touch the lives of communities in its operational sites, Julius Berger Nigeria Plc has again commenced distribution of treated mosquito nets to vulnerable Nigerians, which are largely children as well as pregnant women and nursing mothers. The donations were accompanied with an easy-to-read pamphlet on “Guide to Malaria prevention” to further underscore the company’s determination to better its CSR report card. For over 10 years, the country’s leading construction company,Julius Berger Nigeria Plc, has…

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JULIUS BERGER SHOWS STRONG REVENUE AND A POSITIVE RESULT DESPITE A DIFFICULT OPERATING YEAR

Admin   **Company displays resilience against covid-19 pandemic challenges, and proactively grows topline, bottom line figures in Q1 2021. For the business year ended December 31, 2020, the leading construction company in Nigeria, Julius Berger Nigeria PLC grew its Total Assets by 4.9% to N329 billion from N317 billion recorded in the previous year. Despite the impacts from the covid-19 pandemic on its business operations the company recorded a stable turnover of N 242 billion and a Profit before Tax of N3.9 billion. With an operational cash-flow of +N6 billion,…

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Why we gave Lagos roads’ regeneration to Julius Berger – Gov. Sanwoolu

* Oba of Lagos: Give anything to Julius Berger, they will deliver beyond your expectation • The company’s roads are very durable, says Lagos Assembly Deputy Speaker April 29, 2021 Firstcall News Lagos state Governor, His Excellency Babajide Sanwoolu has explained why his administration awarded three key roads on Lagos Island Local government area to Julius Berger Nigeria PLC saying that the company knows the terrain very well even as the Oba of Lagos, His Royal Majesty Rilwan Akiolu praised the efforts of the company at delivering quality on schedule.…

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Death in Doma LGA rises to 10

By Takuruku Emmanuel, Lafia Deathth toll into the attack on Ajimaka and adjoining villages by suspected Fulani herdsmen in Doma Local Goverernment Area of Nasarawa state, has risen to ten. Eyewitness account said body of a young killed by the attackers was recovered along Ajimaka Yogbo road yesterday, bringing the number of persons killed in the attack to ten. Meanwhile, residents in the areas including Gboigyo and other villages around Ankoma, Gidan Rai and Agwan Yara, have fled their homes following fear of attack by the Ak 47 wielding gunmen,…

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Violation of Sanitation Law 22 Persons Prosecuted

By Takuruku Emmanuel, Lafia A mobile court sitting in Lafia, the Nasarawa capital, has prosecuted 22 persons for violating sanitation laws of the state in Today’s Environmental sanitation exercise. The Chief Environmental Officer in the state, Alhaji Abubakar Mohammed, who doubles as Chief Environment Officer, disclosed this while briefing newsmen  in Lafia, shortly after Today’s environmental exercise said 22 offenders were carying out their normal business during sanitation hours. He explained that the offenders violated Section 9 (2), of the Nasarawa state Sanitation Law, noting that they were sentenced for various offences with…

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