CEOSnecou group was established in 1996 by founder Prince Nicholas Ukachukwu. He saw the opportunity to set up a company in a new state capital.

During the early stages of the company, it focused on civil and structural engineering.

In early 2000’s, Snecou group diversified into project management and supplies.

In 2004, Snecou group entered into an agreement with Niger state Government to build health, educational, hospitality, tourism centres. We were proudly behind the rural electrification, road constructions in all 3 senatrorial districts of the state at Mararaba-Udege, Agbashi and Panda. The contract was worth 3 billion naira.

In 2006, Prince and Princess, a subsidiary of Snecou group completed 5000 mass housing unit in partnership with the Federal Government. The project located in Duboyi district of Abuja was a milestone one costing over 15 billion.

In 2007, Prince and Princess as a reliable partner with the Federal Government was awarded 300 million housing contract for U-17 golden eaglets.

Also in 2007, Snecou group broke new ground through a public private partnership project with Adamawa state government. We delivered 80km road construction at Mayo Beni, dams at various locations and a general hospital.. The projects were delivered at a cost of 5 billion naira.

In 2008, Snecou group as a trusted partner with Niger state government entered into a new agreement to deliver 3 new general hospitals in the 3 senatorial hospitals Nasko, Gulu, Sabon-Wuse. The project costed 5 bllion naira.

In 2009, Snecou group embarked on a contactor finance partnership with Bayelsa state government with the construction of a new state-of-the art hospital in Yenagoa. The 500-bed hospital was equipped with the best medical equipment and world class facilities.

In milestone 2010 year, Snecou group built its own manufacturing plant in Obosi, Anambra state. The plant is a 12-hectore space producing medicated soaps, diapers, sanitary pads, fruit juice, water, noodles, juke sack and cardboxes.

In 2015, Snecou group celebrated 18 years in business.