Nigeria’s Billionaire businessman, Aliko Dangote has demonstrated his soft dance moves. He was seen in a video dancing to a popular song composed in his name by Nigerian musician Teni. If there is anything to do now, it will definitely be a good dance after hitting a record high on the list of Billionaires.
The 64-year-old billionaire was seen dancing in pair with a lady who was practically giving him all the encouragement to dish-out more heart-warming dance moves. The video records many views with several reactions and many praising him.
The massive reactions were obviously feeding into the contextual goodwill of the businessman as lots of things happened within his space in the last couple of days. Dangote has been in the news back-to-back. With his recruitment drive announcement, he aims to mass-employ Nigerian graduates.
He has already distributed letters across Nigerian tertiary institution demanding a list of graduates to be employed. This will help solve the unemployment problems facing the West African country. In other news, Bloomberg just announced that, the billionaire’s wealth has hit a record high level of $20.4 Billionaire.
This happened after proceeds from his cement skyrocketed. It has also been revealed that, his refinery which is a work in progress will massively serve the domestic petroleum needs of Africa, cutting imports drastically. In the dance video below, the billionaire was obviously destressing and also celebrating his feats. WATCH:
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