Nigerian Tycoon Dangote has been alleged to have been with some plans back in 2017 in the country before pushing plans ahead as the country went to general elections in the said year.
The Nigerian tycoon owns various cement and fertilizer companies across Africa which have put him on the list of richest men on the continent. And according to Nation, Dangote had tried to invest in the country back in 2017 before pushing back his plans to set up a cement factory in 2021.
And his presence during President Ruto's inaugural ceremony speaks volumes about the Nigerian coming back with his plans. It has been revealed by the same source that Dangote could have opportunity to set up his firms in Nairobi and Mombasa.
This comes at a time when Ruto's manifesto rotates around cement and fertilizer as he is away from reshaping the country into a reproductive one in the continent. And ours is to wait and see what happens in the coming days as we hope Dangote will avail his plans.
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