About Nexus Green

Our mission is to provide opportunities for people to excel and develop to their maximum potential through appropriate basic education, selection, recruitment, placement and training and by providing ongoing technical support to enhance their performance.

Key Nexus Green Initiatives

Healthy Lifestyle Choices

This initiative is a wellness program directed at the overall well being of our employees and the sustainability of our environment through the use of organic and eco-friendly alternatives in our daily lives. We communicate our commitment to this initiative through the following:

Supporting healthy lifestyle choices emphasizing whole foods and exercises.

Promoting the use of organic foods and products in preventing life altering diseases.

Monthly fitness/exercise routines amongst staff.

Use of recycled materials whenever possible.

Distribution of lifestyle/organic holiday gifts to friends and clients of Nexus.


Urban Farming & Wellness

Our 35 Hectare farm situated in Lagos is the heart of the Nexus Green national program.

The farm is the central point from which our Green initiatives covering education, job creation, food security, and agriculture value chain efficiency are directed.

The farm acts as a model farm, utilizing organic and environmentally-sound approaches and educating farmers and the local community accordingly.

It is also used as the Wellness Centre for Nexus personnel, at which our staff can experience the benefits of healthy lifestyle choices and learn how to impact their families and communities through organic and eco-friendly alternatives.

Solar Wheels Farm

Our 35 Hectare farm situated in Lagos is the heart of the Nexus Green national program.

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Nexus Alliance Limited (Nexus) is a fully Nigerian Owned Company with capabilities in Training and Technology Services for the Oil and Gas, Petrochemical, Energy and Process industries. Nexus was formed in 1998 with a vision of bridging the gap between the skilled manpower needs of Multi-national Corporations and the out put from the Nigerian educational system.