ADS

ADS

Showing posts with label dangote cement. Show all posts
Showing posts with label dangote cement. Show all posts

Friday, 16 November 2018

The Richest Man In Nigeria - 15 Facts you don't know about aliko Dangote.

SHARE THIS POST



It's no news the richest man in africa is from Nigeria. ALIKO DANGOTEis currently the richest man in Nigeria according to Forbes. As of today Dangote has a net worth of $11B dollars. Few months ago he was worth 12.2B dollars a sudden dropped of 1.2%. More richer than some nations just imagine yourself been richer than a country Yeah sweet dreams Dangote empire wasn't built in a year or two it took him decades to become who he his today.

THIS ARE INTERESTING FACTS YOU DON'T KNOW ABOUT THE RICHEST MAN IN NIGERIA

After the Federal government complained of losing 20B naira daily to the horrible apapa wharf road SEE HERE . In 2017 Dangote in partnership with Flour Mills of Nigeria and the Nigerian Ports Authority.[ NPA] signed a N4.34b, Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) deal with the Federal Government of Nigeria to reconstruct the new apapa wharf road.

2:Aliko Dangote is 61 years

3: Dangote told once Forbes that when he was young, he bought sweets [candy], gave them to others to sell, and he kept the profits. Beginning of his entrepreneurship journey.

4: He owns nearly 88% of Dangote Cement.

5: Dangote Cement produces 44 million metric tons annually and plans to increase by 33% before 2020.

6: Dangote also owns stakes in publicly-traded salt, sugar and flour manufacturing companies.

7: It took him 30 years to get to build his empire we know of today.

8: Currently building a $9 Billion dollars refinery in the heart ofy Lagos. Project will be completed in 2019

9: Remember that rumour we all heard of Dangote not going to the university?  Rebuke that myth cause he  graduated from Al-Azhar University Egypt with a Bachelor of Arts/Science degree...

10: Back in 1977 he took a loan of NGN 500,000 loan he took from his uncle to start his own business.

11: Entrepreneurship has been in his family for generations starting his grandfather who was a successful trader of rice and oats in Kano.

12: He sleeps up to 4 hours a day. Can you do that?



PLEASE SHARE THIS POST:

For fast updates follow NaijaGbagaun on Twitter @NG_Gbagaun also Like us on Facebook  @NAIJAGBAGAUN
SHARE THIS POST

ADS

Ads

Copyright © NAIJAGBAGAUN - #1 Nigerian viral blog. CONTACT US | PRIVACY | DISCLAIMER | ABOUT US | SITEMAP |