Africa’s most wealthy man, Aliko Dangote, has revealed his plans to invest in Cameroon’s oil and gas
“We have plans to expand our investment to other sectors beginning with oil and gas,” Bloomberg shared as Dangote told reporters shortly after his meeting with Cameroonian President Paul Biya.
Biya himself had posted about the visit.
The president said on June 23, that he received Aliko Dangote to discuss how to “foster more investment and business opportunities”
Little about the meeting has been shared but hints say there’s a possibility for a cement factory to be opened in the strategic city of Limbe, chieftown of Fako Division
At the meeting, President Paul Biya, 88, equally decorated Aliko Dangote with Cameroon’s highest civilian honour, Commander of the National Order of Valour
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