World Cigarettes Nigeria focuses on the extent to which the market has evolved during the last twelve years in line with changing smoking habits in Nigeria, the competitive environment and economic developments. The end result is an accurate and objective interpretation of market trends (since 1990) and directions, assessing underlying currents of change and projecting the market scenarios of the future, providing forecasts to 2022.
The 17 billion piece Nigerian duty paid cigarette market has more than doubled since 1990 as the profile of the non-duty paid sector has declined. Although it still accounts for almost 25% of overall sales this is substantially lower than at its 2000 peak of 81.4%.
All the major multinationals are present but it is BAT which dominates the market via its local subsidiary; the company held 84.1% of the market in 2012, down from 90% in 2000.
Smoking prevalence is relatively low with just 8.7% of adults smoking, down from 10% in 1990. Only 1.7% of Nigerian women smoke.
Table of Contents
Duty Paid Cigarette Consumption, 1990-2013
Duty Paid & Non-Duty Paid Cigarette Consumption, 1990-2012
Duty Paid Per Capita Consumption, 1990-2013
Cigarette Market by Pack Type, 2000-2008
Manufacturers & Brands
Manufacturer Sales & Shares, 2000-2013
Taxation & Retail Prices
Brands by Category
Price Index (Alcohol & Tobacco), 2009-2013
The Smoking Population
Smoking Population, 1990-2012
Production & Trade
Cigarette Production, 1990-2012
Cigarette Imports, 1990-2012
Imports by Country of Origin, 2003-2012
Exports by Country of Destination, 2008-2012
British American Tobacco (Nigeria) Ltd
International Tobacco Company Ltd
Prospects & Forecasts
Consumption Forecasts to 2022
List Of Tables
List Of Figures