Nigerian billionaire-Aliko Dangote who just topped 2015’s Forbes richest Africans list with a whooping $16.6 billion is about to become the owner and president of a country—his own country which he will buy and move his friends and family.
Considering the fact that Kolawole Banwo, a senior programme officer at Nigeria’s Civil Society Legislative Advocacy Centre recently told the BBC that as “at 2014, Nigeria could have been losing 300,000 barrels a day; about $12bn (£8bn) annually” in corrupt oil deals—Aliko Dangote may be tired of the increasing corruption and therefore he is looking for a safe haven for his riches and relatives.
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It’s not just corruption which we has learnt is pushing the Nigerian billionaire to buy his own country—he is also
tired of the fact the fight against Boko Haram has seemingly become a joke.
Our close informant have it that Boko haram troubles in the North, Biafran agitation in East and South South are really giving Dangote sleepless night, that is where it his trouble ends he is not buying any country nor disowning Nigeria, he only joked about it no thing more.
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