The president of the Dangote Group, Aliko Dangote, has urged African countries to get rid of any economic obstacles to free trade.

According to a release, Dangote, who was represented by the Group Executive Director/Group Chief Risk Officer of Dangote Industries Limited, Dr. Adenike Fajemirokun, made this comment in Lagos at the launch of a special edition of The Economist magazine called “The world ahead 2023.”

He also pledge towards resolving some of the economic problems African continent and its people are facing.

To accomplish this goal, Dangote added, that the organisation had invested $20bn in several important sectors of the African economy.

According to him, the investments were made to reverse Africa’s economic fortunes in the pursuit of long-term economic prosperity through free trade and economic integration.

He noted that the firm is also battling environmental problems through investment in alternative fuels. He encouraged investors to know that investment opportunities will unlock potential for them and the general populace.

Dr. Obafemi Hamzat, the deputy governor of Lagos State, said in his remarks that the document is a useful resource for strategists and policymakers.



Moralist Festus
Moralist Festus
Moralist Festus is a writer, journalist, and newswriter at Business World Africa, where he focuses on delivering Business News in Africa. Also, he has keen passion for artificial intelligence, and philosophy.

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