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Founder Of NASCO Biscuit Is Dead

Founder Of NASCO Biscuit Is Dead

Information reaching us that Founder of NASCO biscuit Group, producer of popular biscuit brand, is dead

Governor Simon Lalong of Plateau has condoled with the NASCO family, over the passing of the founder of the NASCO Group of Companies, Ahmed Nasreddin, who died at the age of 96.

The governor in a condolence message by his Director of Press and Public Affairs, Makut Macham, on Saturday in Jos, expressed grief over the death of the nonagenarian.

Founder Of NASCO Biscuit

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Mr Lalong described the death of the patriarch as a great loss not only to his family and NASCO, but to Plateau people and Nigeria.

He eulogised the deceased as a visionary leader, who established NASCO in Jos in 1963, as the first jute bag factory in Nigeria and sub-Saharan Africa.

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He said the industrialist established NASCO in response to the desire of the nation’s founding fathers to meet the challenges for the effective bagging, storage and export of the large agricultural products in the country.

Founder Of NASCO Biscuit

Founder Of NASCO Biscuit
Founder Of NASCO Biscuit

“This vision by the late Ahmed Idris Nasreddin saw the company growing from its little beginnings to become a major conglomerate with successful companies in manufacturing, real estate, hospitality and logistics, trading among others.

The NASCO Group is also the producer of one of the most popular biscuit brands in Nigeria.

“NASCO has over the years remained a major employer of labour in Plateau and continues to contribute to the economic prosperity of the State and Nigeria at large through tax revenue and corporate social responsibility.”

He noted that because of the faith that the late Mr Nasreddin had in Plateau, NASCO remained rooted in the state in spite of the difficult moments and experiences of various crises which affected its development.

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Mr Lalong, while condoling with the family, management and staff of the NASCO conglomerate, said the legacies of the business mogul would continue to prevail.

He expressed confidence that the company he founded many years ago would continue to wax stronger, as operated successfully by his son, Attia Nasreddin, and other members of the family.

He assured the NASCO family of the support and collaboration of the state government in their operations, while praying God to grant his soul eternal rest.

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