“The Secret is Out”: Lady Breaks Silence as Another Billionaire After Dangote Begins His Refinery

Dec 17, 2023 | Entertainment, News

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  • A Nigerian lady shared her views on the healthy rivalry between Abdul Samad Rabiu, the founder of BUA Group, and Aliko Dangote, the chairman of Dangote Group
  • She noted that the BUA founder had also emulated Dangote by starting the construction of his own refinery
  • She acknowledged that the fierce rivalry between the two Nigerian tycoons might be evident, but she predicted that it would benefit the Nigerian economy in the long run

A Nigerian woman expressed her opinion on long competition between two of the richest men in Africa, Abdul Samad Rabiu, the founder and CEO of BUA Group, and Aliko Dangote, the chairman and founder of Dangote Group, who had recently inaugurated a massive refinery in Lagos.

In her post with her Twitter handle @gviev, she observed that the BUA founder had also followed in the footsteps of Dangote by initiating the construction of his own refinery in Akwa Ibom state.

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Photo of refinery and lady
The lady weighns in on the healthy rivalry. Photo credit: @gveiv/Twitter
Source: Twitter

She admitted that the intense competition between the two Nigerian business moguls might be obvious, but she anticipated that it would have a positive impact on the Nigerian economy in the long run.

She wrote:

“Nawa. BUA / its owner Abdul Rabiu just dey track dey follow Dangote/ Aliko Dangote back to back… in every area of his endeavor. Now BUA is building a 200,000 pd Oil Refinery on Akwa Ibom State… to produce Petroleum products for Nigeria and Africa. I understand the BUA Refinery is going live for production in 2024. I like the competition though…for the market.”

See her tweet below:

Nigerian man laments in frustration after buying fuel at filling station

Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a young Nigerian man screamed in a video the moment the pump he was buying fuel from read over N48,000 and his car tank was not yet filled.

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The man (@b_appleboy) said he would eventually sell his car. The hike in fuel prices started when the removal of fuel subsidy was announced on Monday, May 29.

As the pump’s metre approached N50,000 at the price of N600 per litre, the man kept screaming: “If I no sell this car make I bend!”

Source: Legit.ng



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