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Abdulsamad Rabiu

11 May 2019
The May cover of Forbes Africa features Nigerian billionaire Abdulsamad Rabiu, founder of BUA Group, a Nigerian conglomerate active in cement production, sugar refining and real estate. Forbes Africa West Africa Correspondent Peace Hyde filed this report.
14 Apr 2019
Abdulsamad Rabiu, Chairman of BUA Group says the African Continental Free Trade Agreement is important for the private sector as it would help to achieve the post-2015 and 2063 agenda. He discussed this with CNBC Africa’s Michael Mugisha.
29 Mar 2019
Abdulsamad Rabiu, Chairman of BUA Group says from a private sector perspective the African Continental Free Trade Agreement is important in that it will help in achieving the post-2015 and 2063 agenda.
23 Jul 2018
Nigeria's yearly cement producing capacity is rather low especially when you compare the figure to the size of the country's economy and its population. That's according to Abdulsamad Rabiu, Chairman and CEO of the BUA Group.
13 Nov 2017
Founder and Chairman of the BUA Group Abdulsamad Rabiu says his company makes the best cement in Nigeria.

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