Lafarge Africa Plc has announced selling off its 35% equity stake in Continental Blue Investment Ghana Limited (CBI Ghana).
The cement manufacturer informed it’s stakeholders and the general public about its board’s decision to divest 35% stakeholding in Continental Blue Investment Ghana Limited (CBI Ghana). This was disclosed during the company’s emergency meeting held on Wednesday, 20th January 2021.
CONTINENTAL BLUE INVESTMENT GHANA LIMITED is located in Tema, Ghana and is part of the Cement & Concrete Product Manufacturing Industry.
According to a brief statement that was sent to the Nigerian Stock Exchange, Lafarge Africa explained that its 35% holdings in the subsidiary would be sold off.
The statement by Lafarge Africa reads,
“Pursuant to the emergency meeting of the Board of Lafarge Africa Plc (“Lafarge Africa” or “the Company”) held today, Wednesday, 20th January 2021, the Board resolved and hereby notifies the Nigerian Stock Exchange (“the NSE”) of its decision to divest its 35% shareholding in Continental Blue Investment Ghana Limited (“CBI Ghana”).”