In line with its Environmental Policy and as enshrined in the EIA Act CAP E12, LFN 2004, arrangements are in top gear for the panel review stage of the Environmental Impact Assessment for Dangote Cement Coal Mills at its Ibese, Ogun State plant, which will be facilitated by the Federal Ministry of Environment (FMEnv).
Dangote Cement Plc., Ibese Plant has taken its Social Investment to another level with initiatives designed to restore the ecosystem.
Shareholders of Dangote Cement, unanimously on Tuesday authorised the Management of the company to undertake a share buyback of up to 10 percent of its issued shares, effective from the date of the resolution.
Dangote Cement has launched a circular economy programme, called “DangCircular”. The new initiative aims to promote recycling and reuse of scarce resources in society to reduce landfilling and create wealth as a contribution to environmental sustainability.
More customers are reaping the reward of their loyalty and patronage of Dangote Cement in Nigeria as the company made over 100 of them instant millionaires across the country in a single day in the ongoing Dangote Cement Plc Bag of Goodies Consumer Promo Season 3.
The Kogi State Government has dragged Dangote Industries Limited to a Kogi State High Court, sitting in Lokoja over the controversial ownership of Obajana Cement Company, now Dangote Cement Plc.
President Muhammadu Buhari has directed that Dangote Cement factory, Obajana, Kogi State, be reopened with immediate effect.
Obajana Cement: Kogi Government Urges Citizens To Remain Calm And Law Abiding, Orders Release Of Impounded Trucks
Kogi State Governor, Mr. Yahaya Bello has thanked the people of the state for their resoluteness in the ownership impasse between the Dangote Group and the State Government.
The Kogi State Government, on Wednesday, responded to Dangote Industries Limited’s insistence on 100 per cent ownership of Obajana Cement Company, saying that DIL’s efforts at making Kogi State’s demand appear unreasonable had only justified the state’s protest against what it described as “callous and deliberate asset grabbing.”
The management of Dangote Industries Limited has insisted that its acquisition of the Obajana Cement Plc in 2002 followed due process, contrary to claims by the Kogi State government.