Laga Cepower Ltd is a Nigeria company with majority of its workforce being Nigerians. We have engaged various grades of professionals in our organization. Nigeria is our country and if it is to be developed, we have no other choice but to use our local manpower to achieve the required technology transfer. In our present project, we have engaged the services of competent Nigerian outfits/individuals in the execution of this project. Economic empowerment is the ultimate solution to nations build up. Ours is not different.

Laga Cepower has also teamed up with number of suppliers and subcontractors that have been identified as having met the tender requirement in High, Low voltages and control cables, civil works and electro-mechanical works.

As part of our strategy to achieve a good project result, we employed a team of competent Foreigners and Nigerians to work together. The Nigerian Engineers were to understudy the Foreign technocrats to achieve the desired technology transfer.

Our local young engineers have specific assignment and have been involved in on-site training. Besides, we have sent some of them to our equipment manufacturer’s plant for Factory Acceptance Test and training. Usually, they spend an extra one week at such factories for other training aspect after the Factory Acceptance Test (FAT). They are fast developing in their various areas.

Laga Cepower has adopted human resource strategy that promotes ample opportunity for local employment throughout the construction period, with

a target of a minimum of 70% of the total manpower requirement.

Laga Cepower acknowledges the importance of a competent and motivated workforce. All local labour/subcontractors engaged on our current project were supervised by highly experienced and competent expatriate staff of Laga Cepower, to ensure international quality project delivery and significant skill transfer.

The purpose and scope of human resource strategy shall ensure that:

  • No employee or job applicant receives less favourable Treatment on grounds of gender, religion, age or physical impediment.
  • No employee or job applicant is placed at a disadvantage by requirements or conditions which have a disproportionately adverse effect on him/her and which cannot be shown to be justifiable on grounds other than gender, religion, age or physical