The wealthiest man in Africa, Aliko Dangote, whose date of birth is April 10, 1957, celebrated his 64th birthday recently. Not only did his family celebrate him, but the whole of Africa also celebrated the Nigerian billionaire. However, among the group of persons who celebrated Dangote on his day, Access Bank stood out, with a special cake the group commissioned for the business mogul, that caused many Nigerians to react.
The founder of record label Made Men Music Group (Triple MG) and Enterpreneur, Ubi Franklin, took to his official Instagram handle to post the pictures of the cake Access Bank commissioned for Dangote to celebrate the launch of his new Fertilizer plant.
Check the post below
The cake was silver-colored and the artistry involved was simply incredible, only a professional could have come up with such a design. This was the honour that Access Bank bestowed on Alhaji Dangote on his day, celebrating him by getting the best cake they thought possible.
Check out the pictures of the cake below
In a bid not to be left out in the celebration, some Nigerians on Instagram have commented on the post made by Ubi Franklin, especially about the cake made by Access Bank. Some of the commenters were of the opinion that the cake was beautiful, while some others beckoned on Access bank not to remove charitable fees from their customers in a bid to repay the money spent on making the cake
Check out the screenshot of the comments below
• Do you think Access Bank needed to gift Dangote with the cake?
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