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Bureau of Public Enterprises (Nigeria)

The Bureau of Public Enterprises (BPE) is charged with the overall responsibility of implementing the Nigerian policy on privatization and commercialization.

Established under the provisions of the Public Enterprises (Privatisation and Commercialisation) Act of 1999, through its secretariat, the Bureau of Public Enterprises (BPE), was charged with driving the Federal Government’s programme of privatising public enterprises, carrying out sector reforms and liberalization of key economic sectors especially the infrastructure sector.

AYEWOH
ACTING DIRECTOR GENERAL’S Corner

The challenge for us as always is to discipline ourselves, question the status quo, think unconventional and operate outside of our comfort zones, consider diverse perspectives, recognized, and adapt to rapid changes and required capacities, embrace skills, practices and behaviors of futurists and employ disciplined methods of strategic foresight

Siemen Agreement

Implementing the Federal Government’s reform

The reforms are envisaged to align the Nigerian Postal Sector with global developments in information and communication technology, institutionalise commercial practices in NIPOST and deepen private sector participation in the industry.
Auto Mobile Sector
Anambra Motor Manufacturing Company
maritime/water transport sector
National Inland Waterways Authority (NIWA)
iron and steel sector
Jos Steel Rolling Company
Mining and Solid Minerals Sector
Nigeria MInig Corporation

Meet The Team

AYEWOH
ACTING DIRECTOR GENERAL
IGNATIUS O. AYEWOH
Oduniyi DG, PTM
Toibudeen Oduniyi

Director, Transaction Management Department

Sutura Aisha Bello
DIRECTOR, INFRASTRUCTURE & PRIVATE PUBLIC PERTNERSHIP

AISHA B. SUTURA

GeorgeOkoro-150
DIRECTOR, ENERGY DEPARTMENT

AMAECHI CHRISTIAN ALOKE

Mr.-Michael-Magaji
DIRECTOR FINANCE AND GENERAL SERVICES

MICHEAL I. MAGAJI

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DIRECTOR POST TRANSACTION & MONITORING

HALIMA HALILU