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Dangote Opens Coal Mine In Tanzania

Billionaire businessman Aliko Dangote is now a coal miner as Tanzania has offered his Company in the southeastern town of Mtwara, land to mine coal for its operations.

Tanzania’s Ministry of Energy and Minerals at the weekend handed a 10-square-kilometre plot of land to the $500 million cement factory set up in 2015 by Aliko Dangote, Africa’s richest man. 

The factory has an annual capacity of 3 million tonnes.

Dangote, Africa’s biggest cement producer, is seeking to double Tanzania’s annual output of cement to 6 million tonnes. It plans to roll out plants across Africa.

19 comments:

  1. the business is not smiling at all..money and money..kudos to him as more jobs are being created by his company

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  2. Super rich,why not do same in ur country.

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  3. Oladimeji Seun13 March, 2017 14:32

    Haa, this man no wan gree at all, well God help him o.

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  4. Congratulations we need more entrepreneurial in naija

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  5. Why didn't he come and set it up in nigeria so as to create employment for people.

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  6. Wetin do 9ja? all the same more blessing to you.
    #Believe

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  7. Aliko is truly a business man. Very mean man like that 👍

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  8. This is not a good news to me.we have coal here in Nigeria. The factory would have helped reduce unemployed youths in Nigeria

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  9. That is absolutely nonsense, Nigeria is in economic epilepsy, recession and poverty everywhere, dangote is busy building coal empire at Tanzania when we have abandoned natural coal at Enugu. Rubbish!!!!!!

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  10. Hassan Aderemi13 March, 2017 18:21

    Alh Aliko Dangote is a real businessman, we congratulate him on this feat & urge him to do more in Nigeria as he has been doing, MTN is not Nigerian indigenous company yet they established company in Nigeria, which has help to reduced unemployment in Nigeria, nothing bad if Dangote assist the reduction of Tanzania unemployment.

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  11. Ok o...

    All is well...

    Hope there won't be xenophobic attack in Tanzania in the future....

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  12. Why dere n nt here..

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