About Us

At PwC, our purpose is to build trust in society and solve important problems. It is this focus which informs the services we provide and the decisions we make.

At PwC, our purpose is to build trust in society and solve important problems. It is this focus which informs the services we provide and the decisions we make.

We're a network of firms in 158 countries with more than 236,000 people who are committed to delivering quality in assurance, tax and advisory services. In Africa we're the largest provider of professional services with close to 400 partners and over 9,000 people in 34 countries. Read more on our Africa foot print.

PwC has been operating in Nigeria since 1953 through its predecessor firms of Coopers & Lybrand and Price Waterhouse. We're one of the leading professional services firms in the country with offices in Lagos, Abuja and Port Harcourt, over 1000 staff and 31 resident partners. We are committed to serving as a force for integrity, good sense and wise solutions to the problems facing businesses and the capital markets. We are guided by one promise – to do what is right, be it with our people, clients, community, or environment.

To achieve our aim to be recognised as the ‘the world’s leading professional services firm’ we must be innovative, responsible and attract outstanding people.

Our values and behaviours define the expectations we have for working with our clients and each other:

  1. Act with integrity
  2. Make a difference
  3. Care
  4. Work together
  5. Reimagine the possible 
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Country leaders message

Nigeria has enormous economic potential. It has a vibrant private sector, highly motivated entrepreneurs, vast and fertile agricultural land, and a large domestic market. It is the seventh largest oil exporter in the world, and has major still untapped gas resources.

Yet Nigeria’s economic and social developments remain below expectations. A decayed infrastructure, and an inadequate telecommunications services continue to provide challenges. In addition, poor governance and abuses in the management of public resources, and conflict in the delta region, have been obstacles to realizing the potential of the private sector.

However, with the new government policy of actively encouraging foreign investment, deregulation and liberalisation, new investment opportunities in telecommunications, electricity, oil and gas and transportation are already emerging. The potential in terms of natural resources is attractive for those investors who are prepared to understand Nigeria’s uniqueness and partner with local expertise to benefit from the significant opportunities.

PwC is active in helping businesses operate effectively in Nigeria.


We deliver what we promise and add value beyond what is expected by our clients. We show the courage to address difficult issues with integrity, and have the vision to anticipate problems and opportunities for our clients.

Our partners and staff are dedicated to solving the complex problems businesses are facing in today’s changing market place.

Uyi Akpata       

Country Senior Partner
PwC Nigeria

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PwC is active in helping businesses operate effectively in Nigeria.

We deliver what we promise and add value beyond what is expected by our clients. We show the courage to address difficult issues with integrity, and have the vision to anticipate problems and opportunities for our clients.

Our partners and staff are dedicated to solving the complex problems businesses are facing in today’s changing market place.

Uyi Akpata                                             PwC                    

Country Senior Partner                           252E Muri Okunola Street    
PwC Nigeria                                            Victoria Island
                                                                Lagos
                                                                Nigeria
                                                                Tel: +234 1 2703101, 2711700
                                                                Fax: +234 1 2703109
                                                                E-mail: enquiry@ng.pwc.com

 

 

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