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Aliko Dangote

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


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Crumbling cement

3 billion cement manufacturing deal between China’s Sinoma International Engineering Company and Nigerian tycoon Aliko Dangote’s Dangote Group...


The honeymoon is over

In the private sector Aliko Dangote – Nigeria’s biggest industrialist and Obasanjo’s favourite businessman – is working to save a $3...


Cementing new relations

Aliko Dangote Chief Executive of Dangote Industries confirmed to Africa-Asia Confidential in Abuja that the agreements with Sinoma would amount to China's single biggest private sector deal in Africa...


Who spends, wins

He is also rumoured to have good connections with the Nigerian political elite including the oil-to-commodities magnate Aliko Dangote and Vice-President Goodluck Jonathan...


The new man in Abuja

Two refineries were sold to business tycoon Aliko Dangote a big PDP supporter...


Business backers

The board of directors is an A-list of Nigerian business leaders: Chief Executive of Nigerian Breweries Festus Odimegwu; President Dangote Group of Companies Aliko Dangote; Zenith Bank Managing Director Jim Ovia; First Bank MD Jacob Moyo Ajekigbe; Chief Executive Charterhouse Group Otunba Funso Lawal; Chief Executive Zenon Petroleum Femi Otedola; United Bank for Africa MD Tony Elumelu; Chief Executive Orange Drugs Tony Ezenna; and former head of capital and money markets at Farida Investments Adegboyega Olulade...


Crossed lines

It will not reopen negotiations nor will Newtel the third bidder backed by northern industrialist Aliko Dangote and Datacom the consulting arm of Deutsche Telekom...


Power and greed

When Benue Cement was sold earlier this year to the Kano-based Dangote Industries (with no record in cement making) middle-belters from Benue accused Vice-President Abubakar of promoting Hausa capitalism and the interests of Aliko Dangote the successful company's owner...


Soldier go, soldier come

Bakare the Lagos-based car dealer who drummed up Yoruba support; Aliko Dangote a Kano-based magnate who was one of the biggest contributors to campaign funds; and the omnipresent Isyaku Ibrahim...


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