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Nigeria

Aliko Dangote

Date of Birth: 10 April 1957
Place of Birth: Kano


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An early test

Large vested interests in the economy as well as persistent corruption are further concerns and are well illustrated by the difficulties faced by Nigerian industrialist Aliko Dangote in building a new cement factory (AC Vol 54 No 21 Shaky Sall seeks solace)...


The licensing run-around

The only confirmed investment is the Mtwara cement factory of Nigerian tycoon Alhaji Aliko Dangote...


No visible means of support

Among Jonathan’s most important allies is Kano’s cement oligarch and favourite of the Western conference circuit Aliko Dangote...


The President tightens up

When Jonathan opened the Dangote Cement factory at Ibeshe in Ogun State last month he told Alhaji Aliko Dangote Femi Otedola Wale Tinubu and other industry captains that he was ready to go anywhere in the country to open factories because Nigerians needed jobs...


Cementing ambitions

Aliko Dangote completed his $1-billion joint venture with China’s Sinoma in mid-February and the Nigerian plant is expected to produce some 6 mn...


Inflammatory subsidy

Organised private sector figures such as Aliko Dangote said to be Africa’s richest man said the subsidy should be removed since he doesn’t see its importance and doesn’t enjoy it...


All the President’s businessmen

Alhaji Aliko Dangote said to be the richest man in Africa is an Obasanjo protégé who gives more to the governing PDP than anyone else...


Tough questions for Condé

Nigerian billionaire Aliko Dangote who has interests all over West Africa recently visited Conakry and is said to be interested in road-building...


Dangote is a Gooner

The eagerness of the United States-based private equity firm Blackstone to talk up the value of Nina Bracewell Smith’s 16% stake in Arsenal Football Club may have prompted Nigerian billionaire Aliko Dangote to pull out of the sale talks...


After the boom, a purge

The list includes more than 200 individuals including two of Nigeria's much-fêted dollar billionaires - Aliko Dangote and Femi Otedola - as well as high profile companies such as former President Olusegun Obasanjo's pet business project Transcorp Ltd...


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