In 1995, Monument commenced business in processing and trading agricultural commodities.
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In 2013, Monument initiated and drove the establishment of a local services champion, to provide EPC (Engineering, Procurement and Construction) services to Exploration & Production companies in the Nigerian oil and gas sector.
In 2012, Monument Development and Silk Invest, a UK based Private Equity firm and fund manager, established a Joint Venture partnership to explore affordable.
In 2004, Monument development commenced the refurbishment and development of residential and commercial projects in Abuja and Kano.
In 2003, Mega Tech Networks (a Monument subsidiary) won a Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) bid for a 3.5 Ghtz license to provide voice and data services in Kano State. Services were rolled out as planned, and the license expanded to provide mobile CDMA services in three states. The business was successfully exited in 2008.
In 2002, Airtime Networks (a Monument subsidiary) signed a distribution agreement with MTN, Econet Wireless (now Airtel), and NITEL. In subsequent years, agreements were also signed with Globacom, Etisalat, Starcomms and Multilinks for distribution of telecommunication products and services.
In 2001, Mega Tech Engineering (a Monument subsidiary) signed a distribution agreement with Siemens ICT solutions.
In 2001, Monument bid and won a marginal oil and gas field as part of a consortium of indigenous companies who participated in the Marginal Field bid round arranged by the Nigeria Government. The company also invested in the first indigenous oil exploration and production company, Niger Delta Petroleum Development Company.
In 1999, Monument Securities and Finance commenced stock broking activities as a member of the Nigerian Stock Exchange and was regulated by the Securities and Exchange Commission.