Aliko Dangote, president of Dangote Group, has been named the sixth most charitable man in the World by Richtopia, a digital periodical that covers business, economics, and financial news. Dangote started his foundation in 1981, to create social change through strategic investments that improve health and wellbeing, promote quality education, and broaden economic empowerment. Tony Elumelu, chairman of United Bank for Africa was 11th on the list.
Aliko Dangote Named Sixth Most Charitable Person in the World
Guardian, 25 October 2018
President of Dangote Group of Companies, Aliko Dangote, was recognised and highlighted by Richtopia, a digital periodical that covers business, economics and financial news, based… Read more »
Dangote started his foundation in 1981, with a mission to enhance opportunities for social change through strategic investments that improve health and wellbeing, promote quality education, and broaden economic empowerment opportunities.
Dangote Named Sixth Most Charitable Person in the World
This Day, 25 October 2018
The philanthropist attitude of Aliko Dangote, President of Dangote group, was recognised and highlighted by Richtopia, a digital periodical that covers business, economics, and… Read more »
Nigerian business mogul Aliko Dangote has called on the government to adopt Ethiopia's mass housing model in a bid to address the over 17 million housing unit deficit. The Dangote ... Read more »
Business mogul Aliko Dangote has retained his position as Africa's richest man, with a net worth of U.S.$12.4 billion. Forbes's report shows that despite losing U.S.$1.7 billion, ... Read more »
The Dangote Village is a self-sufficient set of 200 housing units worth U.S.$5,6 million, with facilities including a school, a hospital and irrigation as well as poultry farms to ... Read more »
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