2019!!! Aliko Dangote Set To Make History, As Ghana, Other Top African Countries, Make Powerful Request

By Joshua Amaugo July 28, 2018 17:38

2019!!! Aliko Dangote Set To Make History, As Ghana, Other Top African Countries, Make Powerful Request

Developing report reaching Post-Nigeria, indicates that Africa’s richest man, Aliko Dangote, is set to make history in 2019, following a powerful request from Ghana, and other African countries.

The proposed feat is coming at a time when Petroleum importing African nations, and Bulk Oil Distributors based in Ghana, have expressed eagerness to patronise the Dangote Oil Refinery, when production starts.

At the time of filing in this report, the oil buyers stated that arrangements have been put in place to import petroleum products from the world’s largest single-train refinery, situated in Lekki, Lagos State.

The eager expectation and hopes on the Dangote Refinery, were revealed at this year’s Ghanaian International Petroleum conference, Ghipcon 2018, which held in Accra, Ghana.

In a statement from Dangote Group, participants at the International Conference, as well as Oil Distributors and Marketers from various countries, were eager to know how they could key in for supplies, from the 650,000 barrel per day refinery.

The Ghananian government expressed the view that dealing with Dangote refinery for petroleum import, would be a better business for African nations, than depending on the international market for the supply of refined petroleum products.

President of Ghana, Nana Akufo-Addo, who was represented by the Vice President, Alhaji Mahamud Bawumia, said that African nations are anxiously waiting for the Dangote Refinery.

During their visit to the Dangote Oil exhibition stand, the Ghanaian Vice President, and the Minister of Energy, Honourable Boakye Agyarko, were amazed at the size of the project, and expressed satisfaction with the pace of work being done at the refinery.

Recall, that Dr. Ibe Kachikwu, the Minister of State for Petroleum Resources in Nigeria, had promised adequate incentive support for the $18 billion Dangote refinery, to fast track its completion in Lagos.

He said: “Government will support to incentify policies that will promote and attract investors to the refinery.

“I will tell my colleagues all over the world about Dangote refinery, and the investment capacity.”


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