Africa’s richest man, Nigerian Alhaji Aliko Dangote, 60, has launched a US$83 million university of technology in the country’s largest city, Abuja.
Dangote who is founder-CEO of Dangote Foundation, has set aside N200 billion to establish a world-class university in Abuja.
Dangote, worth US$18.3 billion, is world’s second richest Muslim businessman after Saudi prince Al-Waleed bin Talal (US$26 billion), founder and CEO of the Kingdom Holding Company. He is a business-partner of Donald Trump – followed by India’s Azim Hashim Premji (US$17.5 billion); Ethiopian Mohammed Al-Amoudi (US$11 billion), and Pakistan-Ukrainian Rinat Akhmetov (US$10 billion).
Dangote is country’s top businessman but three things make him unique in the world; 1) he has not stashed his fortune in some foreign bank; 2) has no home in a foreign country, and 3) refuses to join politics.
Muslim majority Nigeria (70% of 186 million total population) has Africa’s largest oil and mineral reserves. Since the 1990s, it has no diplomatic relation with the Zionist entity but it has Israeli Boko Haram to terrorize Nigerian people and demonize Muslims and Islam. The Zionist regime is known for supporting the Biafra separatists. Last year, a Jew idiot, Paul Obi claimed that “Nigeria is losing US$7 billion per year as result of poor bilateral relations with Netanyahu regime.”
In June, 2017, Netanyahu became the first no-African leader to address the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) meeting in Liberia. Nigeria and Morocco boycotted the meeting in protest to Netanyahu’s presence there.
In November 2015, Israeli Mossad carried out bombing attack, in a crowded park in Yola, capital of Adamawa state in Northeast Nigeria – killing 35 people and injuring another 80 people.