Aliko Dangote Retains Africa's Richest Man Title
Nigerian business magnate Aliko Dangote is the richest man in Africa, leading the latest Forbes’ Africa Billionaires List with a net worth of $12.1 billion. The 63-year-old, who is the president and CEO of Dangote group is maintaining the richest man in Africa title for the tenth year in a row, according to the report…
They give that we may survive
It is the worst of times. But it could be the best of times too. I am pleased to see that fellow Nigerians are finding the soul of goodness in this unmitigated evil called COVID-19 pandemic.
‘Nigeria, others need synergy to remove barriers to trade under AfCFTA’
In order to take advantage of opportunities in the continental market created under the African Continental Free Trade Agreement (AfCFTA) deal, there is a need for synergy and openness among African businesses, especially in addressing barriers to trade.
Cement Company boasts of 2 million installed capacity
The Chairman, Cement Company of Northern Nigeria CCCNN), formerly known as Sokoto Cement Abdulsamad Rabiu, has revealed that the merger between...
Check Out The List of the World's Black Billionaires of 2019
13 black people made it to Forbes' list of the World's Billionaires in 2019. The list which has 2,153 people is an improvement for the black community considering only 11 blacks made it to the list last year. Afric's richest man, Aliko Dangote maintained his lead position as the richest black person in the world with…
Stakeholders hinge power sector development on right policies
The need for the Federal Government to implement the right policies that would lead to the growth of the Nigerian power sector has been emphasised.
How government can save $3b yearly from steel imports substitution
By replicating policies used in the Cement and Sugar industries in the steel industry, the nation can save $3 billion yearly from the continuous importation of the commodity...
Nigeria saves $2bn from local cement production, says BUA Group
Nigeria has saved $2billion from local production of cement in the country in the past one year, a development which culminated in the corresponding reduction in the import of the product.
Exports as next frontier for cement industry
The journey of the Nigerian integrated cement manufacturing, which took a new course just over a decade ago, has seen Nigeria move from a nation with under three million tonnes of production capacity to a country that will have some 45 million tons of cement manufacturing capacity by next year....