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JUSTICE

Protest: Dangote Sugar Refutes Staff Death Report At Numan

The management of Dangote Sugar Refinery has denied the rumoured death of staff during a protest at its Numan, Adamawa plant by some youths of its Gyawana host community. A statement from the management signed by the Managing Director, Mr Ravindra Singhvi and made available to Tribune Online in Lokoja, on Friday, said neither was there a protest by its staff nor was anyone shot dead as insinuated in an online report.

  2 months ago ago
Protest: Dangote Sugar Refutes Staff Death Report At Numan

ECONOMY-FINANCE

Top Five Richest People in Africa. Two are from Nigeria

Africa is the Second largest and Second Most populous Continent in the world. It is Home to prominent business tycoons who mostly earn their wealth through business and investments. Below are the top five Lists: 1. Aliko Dangote (Nigeria)-- Net worth: $10.6 Billion Aliko Dangote GCON is a Nigerian billionaire,businessman who is the founder,chairman of Dangote Group,an industrial conglomerate in Africa. He is the richest man in Africa and 162nd in the world. The Dangote Group was established as a small trading

  1 year ago ago
Top Five Richest People in Africa. Two are from Nigeria

ECONOMY-FINANCE

Top four richest people in Nigeria. See where Femi Otedola is ranked.

Good Day people. I hope you are all doing good?? I bring to you the list of the richest people in Nigeria. Don't forget to follow my account. Nigeria is the most populous country in Africa with more than 200 Million people. It is blessed with great natural resources as well as great business and richest people in the Country. Below are the Lists of the richest people in the Country. Amongst them is the richest man in Africa. Aliko Dangote Net worth: $10.6 Billion Aliko Dangote GCON is a Nigerian billionaire,businessman

  1 year ago ago
Top four richest people in Nigeria. See where Femi Otedola is ranked.

ECONOMY-FINANCE

Nigeria To Earn $700M From Sugar - Aliko Dangote

Dangote Group boss and Chairman Dangote Sugar Refinery, Aliko Dangote, said on the company’s 15th Annual General Meeting on Thursday in Lagos that Nigeria can earn 700 million dollars foreign exchange annually through implementation of the Backward Integration Policy (BIP) from sugar production. Dangote added that following the golden opportunity in this untapped resources in the sugar industry, it would adversely affect the target of the nation in attaining self-sufficiency in the nearest future as projected.

  6 months ago ago
Nigeria To Earn $700M From Sugar - Aliko Dangote

BUSINESS

Dangote Loses N240 Billion In Five Hours Due To Coronavirus

Aliko Dangote, Africa’s richest man, has reportedly suffered a huge loss of N240 billion in five hours due to coronavirus on Wednesday March 11, 2020. Some of Dangote’s firms under the parent-company, Dangote Group, suffered big losses at the market due to the coronavirus pandemic which originated from Wuhan, China. The World Health Organisation (WHO) on Wednesday declared coronavirus a pandemic. According to the Nation, Dangote Cement Plc which is Nigeria’s most capitalised quoted company and account

  1 year ago ago
Dangote Loses N240 Billion In Five Hours Due To Coronavirus

BUSINESS

Dangote records a huge loss of N240 billion in 5 hours due to coronavirus.

Africa’s richest man Aliko Dangote suffered a huge loss due to coronavirus on Wednesday March 11, as he lost N240 billion in five hours.    Dangote’s firms under the parent-company 'Dangote Group', suffered huge losses just after the World Health Organisation (WHO) declared coronavirus a pandemic (spreading in multiple countries around the world at the same time).    The Nation reported that Dangote Cement Plc which is Nigeria’s most capitalised quoted company and accounts for more than 20 per

  1 year ago ago
Dangote records a huge loss of N240 billion in 5 hours due to coronavirus.

BUSINESS

Aliko Dangote Lost N240billion Within 5 Hours Due To Coronavirus Outbreak

Africa's most extravagant man Aliko Dangote endured a tremendous misfortune due to coronavirus on Wednesday March 11, as he lost N240 billion of every five hours.  Dangote's organizations under the parent-organization 'Dangote Group', endured gigantic misfortunes soon after the World Health Organization (WHO) announced coronavirus a pandemic (spreading in numerous nations around the globe simultaneously).  The Nation detailed that Dangote Cement Plc which is Nigeria's most promoted cited organization and

  1 year ago ago
Aliko Dangote Lost N240billion Within 5 Hours Due To Coronavirus Outbreak

BUSINESS

COVID-19: Dangote Loses N240Billion In 5Hours Due To Coronavirus. What Can Be Done?

This pandemic that broke out since January this year 2020 is really telling on business, not just claiming lives but making many lose so much money. Report has it that the richest man in Africa, who is a Nigerian Alhaji Aliko Dangote Loses the sum of N240,000,000,000 (Two Hundred And Forty Billion Naira) due to coronavirus pandemic as it keeps spreading at the same time in countries, which World Health Organization (W.H.O) has declared a global crisis. The Nation says that Dangote Cement Company PLCwhich is

  1 year ago ago
COVID-19: Dangote Loses N240Billion In 5Hours Due To Coronavirus. What Can Be Done?

BUSINESS

NSE Lists Additional 146.8Million Shares of Dangote Sugar Refinery

Dangote Sugar refinery Plc (DSR) a major subsidiary of the  Dangote Group, has disclosed that it has listed 146,878,241 extra ordinary shares on the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE), due to the recent merger with Savannah Sugar Company Limited. This disclosure signed with the aid of Head, Listings Regulation Department, Godstime Iwenekhai, become launched all through buying and selling hours on Wednesday. In line with the decision surpassed on the Court-Ordered meeting of participants of Dangote Sugar Refinery

  1 year ago ago
NSE Lists Additional 146.8Million Shares of Dangote Sugar Refinery

BUSINESS

Investors turn to securities lending to unlock value

Many investors tend to lend and borrow shares and bonds to unlock prices in their portfolios by taking advantage of stock fluctuations and the farsightedness of analysts. Securities lending is the mechanism by which investors lend and borrow shares and bonds for a period of time under an agreement agreed upon. Traditionally, in the form of cash or other acceptable securities of equivalent but sometimes greater value than the lent securities, the borrower must provide acceptable collateral to the lender to p

  1 year ago ago
Investors turn to securities lending to unlock value