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Monday, April 10, 2017

Dangote reveals how he used okada in Lagos 39 years ago

Recent interview for the Lagos at 50
celebration, Africa's richest man, Aliko Dangote
has revealed that when he lived in Apapa, almost
39 years ago, his primary means of transport was
commercial motorcycle, popularly known as
'okada'
Okada riders are a fast means of transportation in the
usual heavy traffic of Lagos
Below is the video:
Born in Kano state in 1957, Aliko Dangote began
his journey to becoming Africa's richest man
when he moved to Lagos#MyLagosStory
#LagosAt50

@Lagos_50
Meanwhile, NAIJ.com reports that President
Muhammadu Buhari in a statement by his
Special Adviser on Media and Publicity, Mr
Femi Adesina, joined the business world,
Dangote’s friends and family in congratulating
“the Forbes rated richest African and black
man for his patriotism and kind heartedness
in always making sacrifices to safeguard the
health of the nation, most remarkably the
polio and Ebola interventions.”

Adesina said the President believed that the
business mogul remained “a shining example
of the virtues of choosing entrepreneurship
from an early age, treading the path of
diligence, perseverance and continuous
learning to build some of the world’s largest
manufacturing and distribution companies,
with household names in Nigeria and beyond.”
Students registering for the 2017 Unified
Tertiary Matriculation Examination, have
found the process, full of too many hassles.

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