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BAT Marks 20 Years of Operations in Nigeria

British American Tobacco Limited (BAT Nigeria) is celebrating 20 years of impact in the Nigerian economy, applauding the creation of employment opportunities as well as the promotion of environmental stewardship.

Yarub Al-Bahrani, managing director/CEO of British American Tobacco Limited (BAT Nigeria), West, and Central Africa who highlighted the contributions of BAT to the economy said its contribution has been significant.

Yarub Al-Bahrani spoke at a press conference to announce the celebration of twenty years of the establishment of the BAT factory in Ibadan, Nigeria and its exceptional value delivery to the Nigerian economy, the environment, and the communities.

He said the Ibadan factory established in 2003, has been a cornerstone of BAT Nigeria’s operations in West and Central Africa, enabling exports to 11 countries in the West and Central Africa region and recently exporting to the United States of America, while consistently upholding the highest standards in safety and environmental sustainability.

“Two decades ago, we embarked on a journey to establish a world-class manufacturing facility in Nigeria, and today, we are proud to celebrate the Ibadan factory as a shining example of our commitment to excellence and sustainability in Nigeria.

“The Factory has played a pivotal role in our success, contributing significantly to the Nigerian economy, creating employment opportunities across the value chain, and promoting environmental stewardship”, Yarub Al-Bahrani said.

Beyond its commercial success, he said, “The BAT factory in Ibadan has also been a champion of environmental sustainability. The factory has implemented a comprehensive environmental management system, incorporating stringent measures to reduce its carbon footprint. These efforts have resulted in significant reductions in energy consumption, water usage, and waste generation.”

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