Guinness will not leave Nigeria, according to the company’s management.

Contrary to reports on social media, Guinness Nigeria Plc’s management has stated that the business has no plans to leave Nigeria.

Mrs Ayodele Alabi, Guinness Nigeria Plc’s Corporate Communications Manager, said this in a Lagos interview with the News Agency of Nigeria on Thursday. Alabi stated that the company’s offices in Nigeria and Ghana were still active, and that shutting down activities there would be foolish and counterproductive, further debunking any rumors of relinquishment.

Mr Baker Magunda, the company’s Managing Director, dismissed the rumor as baseless and contradictory to the company’s steadfast commitment to branching out and dutifully servicing its ever-nourishing clients and stakeholders, particularly on the African continent. According to him, the company’s operating profits increased by 266 percent to N13.6 billion in the first half of 2021. According to him, the company’s operating profits increased by 266 percent to N13.6 billion in the first half of 2021.
“We urge our employees, stakeholders, and members of the public to disregard this false, malicious, and misleading publication, which never came from our management. “

Guinness Nigeria believes in the Nigerian economy, and, as we have for the past seventy-one years, we will continue to invest, develop capabilities, and grow brands that best suit the needs of consumers, while also contributing positively to lives, communities, and the economy.



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