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DAARCOMM - DAAR Communications Plc

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DAAR Communications Plc, founded in 1988 by Dokpesi Raymond Aleogho Anthony, is a Nigeria-based investment holding company with diversified interests in broadcasting, printing, publishing, telecommunications, and allied multimedia services across the world. Through its television network subsidiaries, the company engages in the development, production, and marketing of news and entertainment programs. Its strategic business units include Raypower FM, AIT Television, DAAR News, DAAR Education Services, DAAR Digital Services, DAAR Ventures and Synergy, and DAAR UK Operations which markets DAAR channels in the United Kingdom.

DAARCOMM0.40 ▪ 0.00
11 hours ago
Last Trading ResultsGrowth & Valuation
Opening Price:0.40Earnings Per Share:--
Day's Low Price:--Price/Earning Ratio:--
Day's High Price:--Dividend Per Share:--
Traded Volume:5,000Dividend Yield:--
Number of Deals:1Shares Outstanding:12b
Value/Turnover:1,800.00Market Capitalization:4.80b
Monetary values are quoted in Naira (NGN) unless otherwise stated

DAARCOMM Stock Market Performance


The stock of DAAR Communications Plc (DAARCOMM) is currently trading at 0.40 NGN per share on the Nigerian Stock Exchange. The table below details the last 10 trading days of activity of DAAR Communications Plc on the Nigerian Stock Exchange.


Profile of Daar Communications

Daar Communications operates in the Consumer Services sector, specifically, the Media industry. Unfortunately, we do not have information on the company's board of directors and/or key executives at this time.

Factsheet of Daar Communications
Consumer Services
Kpaduma Hills, Ladi Lawal Drive, Asokoro Abuja, Nigeria
+234-1-773-0968, +234-1-264-4814, +234-803-581-5573

DAARCOMM Industrial Market Competitors

Daar Communications, issuers of the DAARCOMM stock on the Nigerian Stock Exchange, have a number of market competitors who are also engaged in the Consumer Services sector and/or the Media industry. The table below gives you an overview of the market standing of the top 10 by year-to-date performance.

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Comments (18)

    May 18, 2019 08:42 GMT

    Dear Sir/Madam, i bought shares in DAAR Communication Plc in the year 2007/2008 and i got my certificate, since then i have not here anything. Pls, i want to ask for the procedures if I can retrieve it. About the Stock Broker, I don't know anything about it.
    Please i need enlightenment on this issue.

  2. Emeteole U GloryEmeteole U Glory
    Aug 5, 2019 07:42 GMT

    Good Day sir/Ma .
    I bought my shares July 2008 .pls how do I go about it now. Pls

  3. odulate olusegunodulate olusegun
    Feb 16, 2019 09:59 GMT

    I bought some shares only got the with daar communcations since 2008 ,on childerns name , since then I only got the certificate, no other information from daar comm, I want to quit and retrives my money and the interest.

    1. Timothy ThomasTimothy Thomas
      Apr 14, 2019 00:32 GMT

      Do it ASAP!

  4. DaninyaDaninya
    Feb 4, 2019 20:40 GMT

    Please how much will be the profit if I trade my 5000 shares at today market value

    1. Timothy ThomasTimothy Thomas
      Apr 14, 2019 00:35 GMT

      5000 x 40 kobo = 2000 naira, minus any applicable brokerage commission, statute levies, and/or capital gain taxes. Daar is a zombie company, period!

  5. Mike AgborMike Agbor
    Mar 26, 2019 16:15 GMT

    I bought shares from Daar communication in 2008. I have my certificate but have not heard any word from them since then. I want to sell the shares and retrieve my money. How do I go about it.

    1. Timothy ThomasTimothy Thomas
      Apr 14, 2019 00:32 GMT

      Contact your stockbroker and place an order to sell all your shares as soon as you can before the company gets delisted from the NSE.

  6. Ikediego ostia RufusIkediego ostia Rufus
    Sep 18, 2018 14:35 GMT

    I brought shares at Daar communications since 2008 and I haven't heard anything from them.I only have the certificate and I don't have a stock broker.How do I get my dividends back or get information about the shares .

  7. GospelGospel
    Jul 13, 2018 19:50 GMT

    Please what exactly is the price of the share now
    My huge coins is in Daar com. Since 2008

  8. Abuh A SanniAbuh A Sanni
    Dec 1, 2017 07:10 GMT

    Dear Sir/madam, What I Really Want To Know Are The Steps To Take In Selling The Shares Because The Information Am Getting Regarding That Shares Now Is Worth Commiting Suicide,pls Put Me Through. Yours Sincerely!

  9. Michael Abba AmehMichael Abba Ameh
    Apr 12, 2018 09:04 GMT

    please sir, I bought share since 2008, since then i have not got my certificate, please how can I go about it? because I lost the glo number I was using at that time

  10. Christiana.O. OmiwoleChristiana.O. Omiwole
    Nov 29, 2017 13:17 GMT

    I brought shares at Daar communications since 2008 and I haven't heard anything from them.I only have the certificate and I don't have a stock broker.How do I get my dividends back.

    1. Michael KwayisiMichael Kwayisi
      Nov 30, 2017 09:56 GMT

      Unfortunately, you can't get “[your] dividends back” simply because Daar Communications haven't paid any since their listing in 2008. In fact, even if you had purchased their shares at the IPO price of ₦5.00, your capital would have depreciated by a whopping 90% to the current price of 50 kobo. The best course of action is to either sell or hope that your shares be worth something more in the future which is actually very unlikely.

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