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Contributing to the Socio-Economic Future

Wo We Are


African Industries Group promotes and encourages economic and social development within communities in Nigeria. The act of giving back to the society is embedded in the overall business ethos of the group, corporate Social Responsibility is very close to the hearts of everyone at AIG. The group is committed towards improving the quality of life for every individual within various communities across the country.

Over the last 51 years, African Industries Group has made a name for itself within Nigerian society not only as a pioneer is multiple business sectors, but also as a Group that brings ‘Hope’, improves ‘ Human Dignity’ and creates ‘ Social Impact’. The Group is dedicated to being socially responsible, economically inclusive, and environmentally sustainable, in turn committed to making the world a better place to live.

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The group is conscious of its host communities and has taken innumerable measures towards the socio-economic development of these communities.


Focus Areas

For African Industries Group, CSR is all about the focus on socio economic and environmental causes that support the sustainability of the planet and the people who live on it. Its corporate social responsibility initiatives are directed mainly towards the all-round development of the communities, where it has a presence. AIG’s CSR focus is centered around 3 key thrust areas along with a key emphasis on COVID-19 support.

Apart from the key thrust areas, the group is actively involved in sponsoring events of various charitable institutes within Nigeria like ‘Sparkle Foundation’,  ‘Vama Waves Foundation’ and so on.

Facts & Figures

AIG has been consistently working towards upliftment of the less privileged within the society. The scope of work undertaken is a testimony to this effect.

20 +

Charity organizations supported

100 +

Health initiatives undertaken

25000 +

Women empowered

50000 +

Families in communities benefited

2 Billion+

Naira spent on Social Impact annually

2000 +

Oxygen cylinders donated to various Government Agencies across states during COVID-19