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‘FG commends Dangote’s complementary economic revival efforts’

The Federal Government has lauded the complementary roles being played by the largest indigenous conglomerate, the Dangote Industries Limited (DIL) in the transformation of Nigeria’s economy, saying the company deserved to be encouraged.

The Vice-President, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo who gave the commendation yesterday during the opening of the 24th Nigeria Economic Summit Group (NESG) in Abuja said the Company had proved a worthy partner in government’s effort at diversifying and revitalizing the economy especially through its backward integration in Cement and Sugar.

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He stated that the government is very proud of the management of Dangote Industries Limited and aligned itself with the Dangote brand as it adds value to Nigeria’s economy.”

“We align with Dangote as a brand. Its uniqueness, acceptability and popularity is second to none and the brand has shored up activities in the nation’s industrial sector”, Osinbajo pointed out.

The Vice-President who led the leadership of the NESG and top government officials to the Dangote booth at the NESG Summit said he could confirm that Dangote is a value adding entity. “The management has been up and doing, everyone knows Dangote products’’, the VP said.

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