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Aliko Dangote is a Nigerian business magnate and philanthropist. He is the chairman and CEO of Dangote Group, an industrial conglomerate. He is Africa wealthiest man. According to Wikipedia, he has an estimated networth of U$$12.4 billion as of September 2021. Dangote Group owns salt factories and flour mills and is a major importer of rice, food pesta and fertiliser.
A Fulani Man Is Providing Job Opportunities To 57000 Nigerians In Lagos, We're Better United-Igbokwe
A well known member of the ruling All Progressives Congress, APC, Joe Igbokwe has criticised some Nigerians who think that Fulani people have no contribution to make for the growth and development of the country. According to a post he made on his Facebook page, the APC chieftain slammed such persons, making it known to them that a Fulani man, in the name of Aliko Dangote is providing job opportunities to 57,000 Nigerians in Lagos State.
The groundnut pyramids of northern Nigeria were towering, pyramid-like structures made from heavy sacks of groundnuts. They were built in northern towns such as Bebeji in Kano State, and Malam Madori in Jigawa State in the 20th century. The pyramids, which also served as a tourist attraction, were built with as many as 15,000 full bags of groundnuts.In the 1960s and 70s, these pyramids reached their peak as people could find rows and rows of such huge structures.
What Joe Igbokwe Said After Dangote Said He Couldn't Keep His Money Abroad Like Other Rich Nigerians
Special Adviser to Governor Babajide Sanwo-olu of Lagos State on matters relating to Drainages and Water Resources, Joe Igbokwe, has taken to his official Facebook handle to praise African richest man and Nigeria's businessman, Aliko Dangote over his recent statement showing his love and patriotism for his people and country.
There are so many powerful and wealthy men who have made great impacts in this country, some of them like Aliko Dangote have been tagged as the wealthiest in Africa and Nigeria. But before Dangote became the richest man, there was Sir Louis Ojukwu, who is now late.
There are so many Influential men that have supported this country in different ways. In this article today, we will be discussing the richest Igbo man in Nigeria before Aliko Dangote. Aliko Dangote is a very Influential Nigerian Business magnate and Philanthropist. This great man is the current Chairman and CEO of the Dangote group.
While some clubs wish there is no international break in order to continue their blistering run into the new season, for Arsenal, it is quite the opposite. Having lost their first three League games of the season, the Kroenke family have been hit with clamor calls for them to sell the club or for a change of ownership at the helm of affairs at Arsenal.
The wedding of Yusuf Muhammadu Buhari and his beautiful bride, Zahra Nasir Bayero was given a name, some people called it Royal wedding while other people said it's Presidential/Royal wedding. It is one of the best weddings in Nigeria this week, they said it's the wedding of the year because of how crowded the Emir palace was during the wedding ceremony.
Everyone prays to be as rich, or even richer than the likes of Aliko Dangote, Mike Adenuga and Femi Otedola. This is because these men are three of the most successful men not only in Nigeria but also in Africa. This was also the goal of a popular Nigerian Yoruba musician who claimed he would have been richer than two of Nigeria's prominent Nigerian businessmen, Aliko Dangote and Mike Adenuga, if he was born abroad.
Do Ethnic Bigots Know A Fulani Is Providing Job Opportunities To 57,000 Nigerians In Lagos? -Igbokwe
Former Publicity Secretary of the All Progressive Congress in Lagos State and Igbo leader, Joe Igbokwe has stated another reason why Nigerians must be united. (Photo Credit - Joe Igbokwe Facebook Page) The outspoken politician who have been speaking about the unity of the country for some years now stated on his facebook page that we are better united as one Nigeria.
The year 2021 is gradually coming to an end and the world is very fast evolving with top speed. Everyday people are coming up with lots of business ideas to make cool money for themselves, of which the Nigerian people are not left out. The importance of buying and selling can never be overemphasized because that's what the world is all about.
Everyday in the world we see and hear of people rising in their current statuses and net worth, but believe me, that didn't just come easily. You may want to know how I mean. As it is often said, "there is no smoke without a fire", there is certainly no riches without a prize paid for it.
Spokesperson of All Progressive Congress (APC), Lagos State chapter, Joe Igbokwe, has taken to his official Facebook handle to react to a statement issued by a Nigerian business magnet and philanthropist, Aliko Dangote. According to a tweet posted by one Olufunke Lawson, the Chairman and CEN of Dangote Group, Aliko Dangote, he said, "I could have decided to keep my money abroad, and sit back for yielded interest like many of my friends in Nigeria are doing, but I just can't.
Nigerian billionaire business moguls, Abdul Samad Rabiu, Chairman of BUA Group, Aliko Dangote, President of Dangote Group/Dangote Foundation, and Liberia's Vice President, Jewel Howard Taylor, were among distinguished Africans honored at the African Women Summit 2021 organized by the Coalition of Women in Africa for Peace and Development (COWAP).
Photo Credit: Facebook & Joe Igbokwe Joe Igbokwe took to his verified Facebook page to share the photos of the oil refinery of the richest man in Africa, Aliko Dangote, which now has over 40,000 workers in their company. Out of this 40,000 workers, 29,000 are Nigerians.
Reno, Omokri, popular Nigerian activist and Pastor, known for regularly voicing out his opinion on government and societal issues, recently posted on social media concerning 3 questions that you should never ask people. Reno Omokri stated that one should never ask people about when to marry, when to have children and when to abandon an irresponsible husband or wife.
The Ooni of Ife, Oba Adeyeye Ogunwusi, former Governor of Edo State and ex-chairman of the All Progressives Congress, APC, Adams Oshiomhole, President of Dangote Group, Aliko Dangote, among other prominent Nigerians paid condolence visits to Governor Dapo Abiodun of Ogun State over the exit of his father, PA Emmanuel Abiodun.
The Chairman of Dangote Group, Aliko Dangote, made the list of Billionaires in the Bloomberg’s Billionaire’s ranking published recently. He was the only Nigerian on the list with a total net worth of $17.8B Dangote was ranked 118 among 500 billionaires listed.
Africa’s richest man, Aliko Dangote, has moved up in the World billionaires’ list as his fortune increased to $17.8 billion as against last year’s $14.8 billion to emerge as the only Nigerian in the Bloomberg’s yearly top billionaire lists.
Aliko Dangote was the lone Nigerian on the list of 500 billionaires on Tuesday, according to the Bloomberg Billionaires Index. As of 6:19 p.m. Nigerian time on Tuesday, Dangote, ranked 115th, was the richest African and the only Nigerian on the list, with a net worth of $17.8 billion, up from $14.8 billion the previous year, according to the index, which polls the net worth of the world's richest 500 people and is updated by the close of trading at the New York Stock Exchange.