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Friday, 10 April 2020

Dangote Clocks 63: Things You May Not Know About The Africa's Richest man

All about Aliko Dangote - African Richest Man
Aliko Dangote
Africa's richest man, Aliko Dangote, the establishing President (1981) and CEO of the Dangote Group of companies, clocks 63, today. 

Dangote is known for his basic and unobtrusive way of life. 

Many consider him to be a model of accomplishment and motivation because of his mammoth steps accomplished throughout the years. 

Here are not many things you may think about Africa's wealthiest man: 

1. Aliko Dangote was conceived on April 10, 1957. He was raised by Mohammed Dangote and Mariya Sanusi Dantata. 

2. He was raised as a Muslim and carried on with an Upper-Class life. Dangote's grand-dad, Sanusi Dantata, was once named perhaps the wealthiest individuals living in Kano. 

3. Dantata turned into Dangote's watchman in 1965 after the demise of his dad. 

4. At age 21, Dangote moved on from Egypt's Al-Azhar University, one of Islam's esteemed colleges. He advanced his training in business and packed away Bachelor of Arts/Science certificate in Business Studies 

5. For the eighth year straight, Dangote was named the wealthiest man in Africa. He is a main Nigerian on the rundown of the best 100 tycoons. 

6. In 2020, Aliko Dangote fundamentally climbed on the planet very rich people's rundown as he developed the 96th richest individual on the planet, with an estimated worth of $14.8 billion, as against his past positioning of 103rd on the planet. 

7. Dangote Group is one of the biggest private-division employers in Nigeria and also the most valuable conglomerate in West Africa. Throughout the years, Dangote has ventured into business sections, including broadcast communications, land, and steel fabricating. 

He possesses sub-Saharan Africa's greatest concrete maker, Dangote Cement. The Dangote bunch is likewise into the production of sugar, salt, flour, manure, and bundled nourishment. 

8. The Dangote Refinery is an oil refinery facility possessed by the Dangote Group that is under development in Lekki, Nigeria. At the point when complete, it will have an ability to process around 650,000 barrels for each day of unrefined petroleum.

9. Aliko Dangote was likewise as of late named as the 6th most magnanimous man in the World by Richtopia, an advanced periodical that covers business, financial aspects, and budgetary news, situated in the United Kingdom. This acknowledgment came after he endowed his foundation, the Aliko Dangote Foundation (ADF). 

Aliko Dangote's upgrade to fortune was a smooth experience, not at all like numerous rich Nigerians who made their fortune in oil. 

However, Dangote decided to experience an alternate way to wealth and as God will have it, it works for him, making him the richest man in Africa.

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