NLNG, Julius Berger sign MoU for the reconstruction of Bonny Consulate Building

The Nigeria Liquefied Natural Gas, NLNG, earlier today, Friday December 11, reportedly signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU)


By: | on | 737 views
Topic: News


NLNG, Julius Berger sign MoU for the reconstruction of Bonny Consulate Building
Prototype of the Bonny Consulate Building

Business

The Nigeria Liquefied Natural Gas, NLNG,  earlier today, Friday December 11, reportedly signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with construction giant, Julius Berger Nigeria Limited, JBN, for the reconstruction of the Bonny Consulate Building, a 19th century historic landmark in Bonny Kingdom, Rivers State.

 

The MoU was signed by MD/CEO of NLNG, Engr. Tony Attah and JBN’s MD, Dr. Lars Richter, in the presence of the Amanyanabo of Grand Bonny Kingdom, His Majesty, King Edward Asimini William Dappa Pepple III, JP, CON, Perekule XI. 

The MoU signing followed the foundation stone laying ceremony, which was part of the Company’s 30 years of incorporation and 20 years of production anniversary celebrations in 2019. 

The Consulate Building, which was the seat of British Colonial Administration, with a District Commissioner and other administrative offices in 1897, is being reconstructed to restore the memory of the ancient artefact. 

Fresh Angle International understands that on completion, the building, which is a joint CSR project by NLNG and JBN, will replicate the look and feel of the old Consulate Building and will house Bonny FM Radio Station, Office of the King of Bonny, a Library, a Museum, a Café, a Movie Hall, a Seminar/Exhibition hall, Souvenir Shop and Offices for those who will manage various aspects of the facility.



Sponsored Ad Business Copyright: Fresh Angle International (www.freshangleng.com)


Tonebsky Nesta
Tonebsky Nesta is the pen name for Metsese Anthony Ebule, Co-Publisher/Editor-In-Chief
Read other stories by Tonebsky Nesta


Sponsored Olivia Travels
Sponsored Ads

Business