The company said this in a statement by Francis Awowole-Browne, its Media and Communication Personnel.
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The shareholders spoke during the NASCON’s Annual General Meeting held over the weekend in Lagos State.
Dangote won awards in eight different categories, on Wednesday at the venue of the award presentation organized by a renowned organization Brand Africa in Lagos. The other awards include: Most Admired Nigerian Brand, West Africa’s Most Admired Brand that symbolises African Pride; West Africa’s Most Admired African Brand, and Most Admired Nigerian Brand in Africa, among others.
This was revealed in a statement by Anthony Chiejina, Group Chief Branding and Communications Officer, Dangote Industries Limited.
Dangote, established this during an official visit by executive members of the Institute and its Women in Logistics and Transports (WILAT) to Dangote at the Head Office of the Dangote Group in Ikoyi, Lagos, State.
The call was made by the Group Chief Commercial Officer of Dangote Industries Limited, Rabiu Umar, during an interview.
Speaking at the Dangote Special Day, at the on-going 2021 Lagos International Trade Fair, Group Executive Director, Commercial Operations, Hajiya Halima Aliko-Dangote stated that the nation’s foremost conglomerate intends to achieve the goal through its various investment projects spread across the nation.
The companies participating in the fair are Dangote Cement, Dangote Sugar, NASCON, Dangote Oil Refinery and Dangote Fertiliser.
According to him, the project currently employs 29,000 Nigerians and 11,000 foreigners at the 650,000 barrels-per-day world’s largest single refinery project located in Ibeju Lekki area of Lagos. This is a ratio of around three Nigerians to one expatriate presently, which will increase for local talent with the new additions.
With a turnover of $1.2 billion, the 900,000 metric tonnes per annum capacity Dangote Petrochemical plant, situated alongside the Dangote Refinery, has been strategically positioned to cater to the demands of the growing plastic processing downstream industries, not only in Africa, but also in other parts of the world.
The Spokesman for Dangote Group, Francis Awowole-Browne, said this in a statement on Wednesday.
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
Careful watchers of goings on at the NPA would recall that Bala-Usman, currently on suspension, had been in the firing line of Amaechi’s wrath ostensibly for her handling of contracts involving the Integrated Logistics Nigeria Limited
They argued that the country currently had enough refining capacity to meet national demand.
This was just as the company announced its partnership with the Ogun State Chamber of Commerce and Industry for the 10th Gateway International Trade Fair 2021, themed: “Remodeling Agriculture, Commerce and Trade beyond Nigerian Borders with Modern Technology,” and holding in Abeokuta between April 2 and 12, 2021.
Speaking on: “Stakeholder Management: The CEO’s Role,” at the Global CEO-Africa Programme, a collaboration by the Lagos Business school, IESE Business School, Barcelona and Strathmore University, Nairobi, on Friday, Alake identified effective management of all stakeholders as a critical factor to achieving an organisation’s aims on the global business landscape.
The company in a statement signed by Francis Awowole-Browne, Director, Corporate Communication Department, Dangote Industries Limited, said the scheme was a scam.
Already, the cement company, despite an installed capacity of 29.3Mta in Nigeria, is targeting an expanded entity in-country and in Cameroon, while new plants will soon be ready for commissioning in Niger, Benin, Ghana, Cote d’Ivoire and Togo.
The company made the disclosure in a statement on Monday by Anthony Chiejina, Group Head, Corporate Communications, Dangote Industries Limited.
Dangote noted that such an allocation, which would be separate from the corporate tax usually paid to the government, would improve needed funding to boost the nation’s ailing health sector, as Nigeria continues to grapple with the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.