Excited at the share humongous size of the refinery, Wale Tinubu, Chief Executive Officer of Oando Plc, leading oil and gas downstream sector operators who was on a guided tour of the project alongside members of the company’s senior management said “with what I have seen, this Dangote Refinery is for Nigeria and Africa.”
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By obstinately demanding for the Golden Stool, which was the symbol of the Ashanti nation, Hogston didn’t know that he was, apologies to Fela Anikulapo-Kuti, provoking an uprising, which would “bring out the beast” in the Ashanti people.
According to President Paul Biya, the landmark honour was conferred on Dangote in recognition of his efforts in infrastructural development of Cameroon and Africa through his cement plants. The President, at a conferment ceremony held at the Unity Palace, Yaoundé, expressed pride at Dangote’s various efforts to promote industrialisation a
The Chairman, Dangote Sugar Refinery, Aliko Dangote, said this at the company’s 15th Annual General Meeting on Thursday in Lagos.
He lauded the new President investors’ friendly policies since she assumed office and insisted that while the government’s role is to provide a conducive environment for investment, it is the role of private sectors to create jobs that will eventually lead to the growth and development of any nation.
President of WASU, Comrade Romans Pillah in a press briefing, held in Abuja on Thursday, described Aliko Dangote as God-sent, to the African continent and lauded him for employing more than 200,000 youths in his companies.
This is in order to resolve the lingering conflict between the two Kano State prominent indigenes Aliko Dangote and Abdussamad Isyaka-Rabi’u over the establishment of a sugar plant by BUA.
In a statement by Buhari’s media aide, Malam Garba Shehu, commemorating the birthday of Africa’s leading philanthropist and industry giant, the President said “the pandemic has placed enormous strain on many nations, but in our case, due to the support and cooperation of citizens like Dangote who display great empathy and sacrifice to mankind in their own ways, the burden has been made somewhat lighter for the citizens and the government.”
Like what to do about failing refineries. This hot-button topic returned to the front burner after the Nigerian government recently announced plans to repair the Port Harcourt Refinery.
ECCIMA said the entrepreneur had, through his company, Dangote Group, added a lot of value to the nation’s economy, operating in almost every sector of the economy.
Dangote, President/Chief Executive of Dangote Group, wrote: “Once again, you have shown your acceptability by a landslide victory, with 43 votes out of 51. Your achievements in revolutionising the face of football in Nigeria and Africa have not gong unnoticed by your peers around the continent and beyond. Indeed, you now have a unique opportunity to showcase your competence at the global level.
Fayemi said this on a Channels Television programme: “Hard Copy,” on Friday
This call was made by the Deputy Secretary-General of the United Nations and Chair of the United Nations Sustainable Development Group, Amina Mohammed, while speaking at a Dangote Women’s Network webinar, titled: “Choosing to Challenge for a Win-Win: Overcoming Challenges in a Gender-Biased World.”
Already, the company has trained several Nigerian Engineers in some of the world’s biggest refineries in India and other parts of the world to gain first-hand experience on how to manage a refinery of this magnitude.
Today, February 22, as he marks his 65th birthday, it’s apposite to peek into the life odyssey of the man who easily typifies the true Nigerian spirit of courage and productivity even in the face of crippling headwinds. Needless to say that no comet heralded his birth but his life has been a herald of hope for humanity and the nation. And if every victory has a scar, as it’s often said, then Leo Stan Ekeh bears many scars, seen and unseen.
The figure was contained in a statement by Anthony Chiejina, Group Chief Branding and Corporate Communication, Dangote Group, in Lokoja, Kogi State on Wednesday.
In its latest report on Nigeria’s economy, the Fund raised the hope that the start of production from the refinery, solely owned by Africa’s richest man, Aliko Dangote, could help Nigeria improve its Current Account Balance.
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I once worked in a financial institution. I regard that experience as an “incident of the past” I do not want to relish. It is suspended in the past. Let’s just say I witnessed the transactional potential and perils of sex in the workplace.
The 33-year-old made the allegation in an Instagram post on Thursday.