Unilever's Top Employer status in Africa was solidified when company was certified in Zimbabwe for the first time and achieved No.1 status in Ghana, Nigeria and Kenya.
Unilever Nigeria Plc monday announced its financial results for the half year ended June 30, 2016, showing profit after tax (PAT) of N1.094 billion.
As Muslims embark on the annual Ramadan fast, Unilever Nigeria Plc. is encouraging consumers to take action in line with the spirit of Ramadan through the just launched Ramadan campaign for her flagship Lipton Yellow Label tea brand.
“Our plans for increased investment will also bring about employment opportunities in the country as workers will be recruited for the new production line, and in the farms for the production and sourcing of local raw materials.”
Unilever Overseas Holdings B.V, the parent firm of Unilever Nigeria Plc has said its current moves to increase its stake from 50.10 per cent to 75 per cent will boost the performance of the company in the years ahead.
Unilever Overseas Holdings B.V. has indicated interest in increasing its equity stake in Unilever Nigeria Plc from 50.04 per cent up to a maximum of 75 per cent and has made a tender offer to individual shareholders of Unilever Nigeria.