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Dangote Eyes $30 Billion In Total Revenue From His Businesses By End Of 2024

Founder of the Dangote Group and Africa’s richest person, Alhaji Aliko Dangote, has disclosed that by the end of 2024 he expects the total revenue from his businesses to hit over a staggering $30 billion.

Speaking in an interview on CNN, the billionaire businessman stated that the projection will catapult the Dangote Group into the elite group of the biggest 120 companies in the world.

He explained that with the recent restructuring in the company and key persons manning the key segments of the businesses, it will not be too difficult to hit the $30 billion mark by the end of the year.

“We have divided the company now into two. We have myself as group president, then we have the group president, oil and gas and we have the group president of other businesses.

“And all these ones , when you combine, by the end of this year, we will have a group that will have $30 billion of revenues and that is big. It means that we will be among the biggest 120 companies in the world,” he stated.

On the much-talked-about oil refining facility, he described it as a game changer, stressing that as ships from abroad begin to gradually halt movement into the country, since the refinery can supply all Nigeria’s petroleum products, it will reduce carbon emissions by as much as 2 million tonnes.

“This refinery is going to change the game. You know, improvements all over the place. If we take in all the crude from Nigeria, it means that we’ll take about 21 million barrels per month. And that will also help in terms of reducing the CO2 emissions.

“Rather than ships coming all the way from Europe bringing products, or the ships going out of Nigeria, that is 21 ships going out of Nigeria every month. And then you have the products coming into Nigeria. So in totality when you calculate, you are talking about 480 ships of 1 million barrels.

“That actually will save the environment almost 1.5 to 2 million tons of CO2 emissions,” he added.

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