Days After Kanu Called Out Dangote For Exploiting Nigerians, Dangote Sends New Message To Nigerians

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Days After Kanu Called Out Dangote For Exploiting Nigerians, Dangote Sends New Message To Nigerians

Days After Kanu Called Out Dangote For Exploiting Nigerians, Dangote Sends New Message To Nigerians.

A few days ago, Biafra’ s Indigenous People’ s Leader, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu criticised Africa’ s richest businessman and chair of the Dangote group, Aliko Dangote for allegedly exploiting Nigerians to sell its cement.

The Head of the Biafran Indigenous People (IPOB) alleged that Dangote cement is sold more cheaply and at a lower price in other countries and doubled in Nigeria.

He claimed he was exploiting Nigeria and using it to gain wealth, he said that Nigerians must open their eyes, Dangote cement in other countries is cheaper compared with Nigeria, what is the reason for this, he declared.

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In his opinion, Dangote cement is sold twice as much here in Nigeria as in other countries. As it is sold to Zambia for 55 Kwachad which is 1150 Naira. Where as in Nigeria, it is sold between 3000 and 5000. Kanu made the claim via a tweet on his verified Twitter account on Wednesday.

Days After Kanu Called Out Dangote For Exploiting Nigerians, Dangote Sends New Message To Nigerians

However, Dangote was reported in the People Gazette for speaking about rising fuel prices and with regard to the provision to be made in the oil industry bill as proposed by the Dangote group in February.

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According to Aliko Dangote, the increase in fuel prices is inevitable because it will allow the federal government to operate correctly Since the government cannot operate without taxes and rising prices of petroleum products.

Dangote also called for the provision of a bill in the Petroleum Industry Bill (PIB), prohibiting the importation of oil by companies without a refinery licence. This will reduce the number of importers that could invariably monopolize the situation and increase fuel prices.

What does that sound like to you? Can The Head of the Biafran Indigenous People (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu claim that Dangote is the problem in Nigeria?

Tell us what you think via the comment section of this blog.

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