Primary education bedrock for Nigerian Children-DG BPE

As part of BPE’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiative, a block of  renovated classrooms, toilet facilities newly constructed drainage system was constructed for the Local Education Authority (LEA) Primary School in Dutse-Alhaji, Abuja. Also donated were school uniforms, bags, exercise books,  novels, executive…

Share Sale Agreement (SSA) signing ceremony between Amperion Power Distribution Company Ltd. and BPE for the purchase of additional 29% shareholding in Gergu Power Plc. (GPP)

L-R: Mr. Alex A. Okoh, Director General of the Bureau of Public Enterprises (BPE); and Mr. Akin Akinfemiwa, Director, Amperion Power Distribution Company Ltd. at the Share Sale Agreement (SSA) signing ceremony between Amperion Power Distribution Company Ltd. and BPE…

BPE: Inefficient public enterprise management slowing Nigeria's growth

The Bureau of Public Enterprises (BPE) has blamed the gross inefficiency of Nigeria’s publicly owned enterprises for the country’s low GDP growth.
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Response by The Bureau of Public Enterprises (BPE), to Allegations of Impropriety in The Power Sector Reform and Privatisation Programme, Leveled Against it by Dr. Sam Amadi, Former Chairman Of Nigeria Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC)

July 5, 2019


DG’s Corner

We are investing in our human capital and it is yielding results BPE is open for business. At the onset of the current leadership, the Bureau introduced a new vision and programme philosophy aimed at rediscovering its core values of transparency and integrity, and repositioning it for a future of…


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For many, privatisation and commercialisation is simply a massive fire sale of government assets by the National Council on Privatisation (NCP) and its implementation arm, the Bureau of Public Enterprises (BPE).   But on the scale of one to ten though, privatisation and commercialisation combined could only be ascribed about five points out of ten, while sector reforms alone would take the remaining five points and that’s a whopping 50 percent. But of course all that the public talk about is “how our collective assets are being disposed” by the BPE in particular

But why privatisation?

Experience worldwide has shown that public enterprises have failed to live up to expectations. They tend to consume a large proportion of national resources without discharging the responsibilities thrust upon them. More importantly, they fail to share out these resources efficiently. One only needs to review the level of coverage...
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