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There was a dramatic twist on Wednesday to the dispute between the President and Chief Executive Officer of Dangote Group, Alhaji Aliko Dangote, and the Chairman of African Petroleum Plc., Mr. Femi Otedola, over the alleged manipulation of AP shares price.  

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10 Men Aliko Dangote Cannot Do Without 


That billionaire businessman Alhaji Aliko Dangote runs one of the most successful conglomerates in the world is not in doubt. Dangote, who is the President/Chief Executive of the Dangote Group, has a powerful management team of managers who ensure the smooth running of his billion-dollar conglomerate.. Below, Dawn-To-Dusk News unveils 10 powerful men the Kano-born billionaire businessman can't do without.

Alhaji Sani Dangote is Aliko Dangote's brother. An established businessman with investments in key sectors of the economy including manufacturing, agriculture and oil services, he is the Group Vice President of Dangote Group. Alhaji Sani Dangote also sits on the Board of several other companies including Nigerian Textile Mills Plc, Nutra Sweet Limited, Gum Arabic Limited, Dangote Textile Mills Limited, and others.

Alhaji Abdu Garba Dantata, Aliko Dangote's cousin, is the Group Executive Director(GED) in charge of Logistics and Distribution. Before he was appointed GED, he was the Executive Director, Sales & Marketing. As Group Executive Director(GED) in charge of Logistics and Distribution in the Dangote Group, he is responsible for coordinating the sales and marketing of all products manufactured or imported by the Group. 

Engr. Joseph Makoju is the Honorary Adviser to Alhaji Aliko Dangote. He has held this position from 2009 to date. Makoju holds a BSc (1st Class) honours degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Nottingham, United Kingdom and an M.Phil. in Mechanical Engineering from the same university. Before his current position, Engr. Makoju was Chief Operating Officer, Dangote Cement. 

Mr. Olakunle Alake is the Chief Operating Officer of the Dangote Group, a position he has held since January 2007. He holds a Bachelors degree in Civil Engineering from Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife (1983) and is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria. 

A Norwegian, Mr. Knut Ulvmoen is the Group Managing Director, Dangote Cement Plc in charge of Sales and Marketing and International Trade in the African continent. He holds a Masters of Science degree in Business and is a member of the Norwegian Association of Authorised Accountants. 

Alhaji Sada Ladan-Baki has about 30 years experience in public service and fund administration. He is a graduate of Economics from the Ahmadu Bello University Zaria, and holds a Masters Degree in Business Administration. He sits on the board of several companies and belongs to many professional associations.

Mr. D.V.G. Edwin is the Group Managing Director / CEO of Dangote Cement Plc. He holds a Graduate and Masters Degree in Engineering from the Madras University in India and he is also a Chartered Engineer. He holds a Post Graduate Diploma in Management from IITM, Holland. Mr. Edwin joined the Dangote Group in 1992 as a General Manager.

Alhaji Tajudeen Sijuade, the Chief Financial Officer of Dangote Group, is a qualified Chartered Accountant (1984) with experience spanning 38 years. He joined the Dangote Group in October 1989 as a Chief Accountant. Before then, he had worked for Nestle Nigeria Plc and Akintola Williams-Chartered Accountants. He became General Manager in the Dangote Group in January 1998. 

Mr. Usen Udoh is the Group Chief Human Resources Officer of the Dangote Group. Mr. Udoh is an alumnus of the prestigious Harvard Business School and holds an MBA from the University of Leicester School of Management, his first degree being of Bachelors of Engineering (with Hons). Prior to joining Dangote on May 2, 2014, Usen worked across several industries leading major industry change programmes.

Kuzhyil Ravindran is the Chief Financial Officer of Dangote Group. A qualified Chartered Accountant, he is a fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India. He has over 36 years experience in various professional capacities in leading Indian companies such as ACC Limited and Mahindra & Mahindra Limited. He has varied experience in different industries such as cement, auto ancillaries, tobacco and machine tools. 

Engr. Mansur Ahmed is the Director, Stakeholder Relations and Corporate Communications of the Dangote Group in 2013. He has a first degree in Mechanical Engineering from Nottingham University (1972) and a Masters degree in Industrial Engineering and Administration from Cranfield Institute of Technology (now Cranfield University 1975) both in the United Kingdom. 
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          1:19 This $100,000-per-night private island is the world’s most expensive resort Musha Cay in the Bahamas, owned by David Copperfield, costs $42,000 a night. Necker Island, Richard Branson’s private island resort in the British Virgin Islands, will set you back $77,500 a night. But Banwa Private Island, a new resort in the Philippines, costs $100,000 a night — the most expensive island resort in the world.   So, what do you get for a six-figure stay?   Courtesy of Banwa Private Island The 15-acre island resort located in the archipelago of Palawan is a two-hour helicopter or seaplane ride from Manila. On the secluded island, there are six beachfront villas (ranging from one to four bedrooms) all with a private infinity pool and Jacuzzi. There are also 12 garden rooms and a top-level residential suite. The island can accommodate up to 48 people.   Courtesy of Banwa Private Island The inclusive resort has a full staff of chefs who cook with vegetables from the onsite organic farm and fish caught from the surrounding Sulu Sea. The resort even makes its own honey. The wine list has bottles costing as much as $36,000 (though premium wines are not included in the resort rate).   Courtesy of Banwa Private Island Guests have use of an island concierge and they can get unlimited spa treatments.     Courtesy of Banwa Private Island Banwa also has a myriad of included activities, like snorkeling, kayaking, jet skiing, scuba diving, sailing, yoga and tennis. There is an on-site marine specialist to talk about the local wildlife, including protected native animals like Hawksbill sea turtles and Tabon birds.   Courtesy of Banwa Private Island Transfers to and from Manila are not included, and prices start at $990 per way for a nine-passenger seaplane and $11,580 round-trip for a five-passenger helicopter, according to Banwa. Minimum stay requirements range from three to five nights depending on the time of year. Giving Banwa a run for its money is the most expensive hotel room in America, the new Damien-Hirst-designed Empathy Suite at Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas. The room costs $100,000 a night with a two-night minimum stay.
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Nigerians take the lead on lists of black billionaires, and one, Aliko Dangote, takes the top spots. With an estimated net worth of $10.3 billion, according to Bloomberg, the Dangote Group founder is the richest man in Africa. According to Forbes, he’s also the richest black person in the world. Most of the entrepreneur’s wealth derives from his 85.2 percent majority stake in Dangote Cement, which is the largest cement producer in sub-Saharan Africa.
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Yes, last night, the home of billionaire businessman, Julius Rone, was joie de vivre.Julius, the founder and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of UTM Group, was not marking his birthday nor was he throwing a high-octane bash to mark the grand opening of a palatial mansion, rather the billionaire magnate was throwing a black tie party to celebrate his beautiful better half, Utibe, as she clocked 40.
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His name sounds like that of an Italian-American filmmaker. He is, however, not one. Stan Rerri, a Nigerian businessman from Delta State, lives a life that is a cross between that of a Hollywood mogul and Russian oligarch. Everything about Rerri screams  opulence and tendency to self-advertise his other-worldly lifestyle. He simply wants you to know how lucky he is. and LUCKY should be his name too .
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Oil Wealth Nigeria: Who Owns Seplat Petroleum Development Company Nigeria?

Petroleum giant Seplat Petroleum Development Company was founded in 2009 by billionaire oil magnate and surgeon Dr Ambrose Bryant Chukwueloka “ABC” Orjiakor and the company’s current Managing Director and CEO Mr Austin Avuru. ABC Orjiakor currently sits as the company’s chairman but before venturing into the oil and gas business, Dr Orjiakor trained professionally as a surgeon and specialized in orthopaedic and trauma surgery.
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Warren Buffett 's estimated net worth is $80 billion . But you wouldn't know the investor is America's third-richest man by his frugal lifestyle. Buffett lives modestly and is one of the world's most generous philanthropists, opting to give away most of his billions to charity. Warren Buffett 's net worth is down about $4 billion since March 2018, according to Forbes' real-time net worth tracker. But he's still the world's third-richest person. Now 88, Buffett 's estimated net worth stands at $80 billion but you wouldn't know it by Buffett 's frugal ways. Still living in the house he bought in the 1950s and driving an equally modest car, Buffett prefers to keep and grow his money rather than take it out of the bank. Not one for lavish purchases, he spends relatively little of his billions except when it comes to philanthropy. Buffett is regarded as one of the most generous philanthropists in the world, having donated more than $46 billion since 2000. However he uses his money, not much is spent on himself. See how Buffett spends or doesn't spend his billions. Warren Buffett has a net worth of $80 billion, making him the world's third richest person.
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