The Group’s core business focus is to provide local, value-added products and services that meet the ‘basic needs’ of the populace. Through the construction and operation of large scale manufacturing facilities in Nigeria and across Africa, the Group is focused on building local manufacturing capacity to generate employment, prevent capital flight and provide locally produced goods for the people.
In line with its mission statement, Dangote has a rich portfolio of products, which meet the basic needs of Nigerians. The Group’s products & services and other sectors emcompass: real estate, telecommunication, steel, oil & gas, poly products, haulage, port operations, food & beverages, cement, haulage, services, and packaging.
While speaking at a ministers’ conference in Lagos on the need for true spiritual leaders and Judges to rise again amongst the christian folk, men of spiritual relevance and stature, Apostle Osayi Arome of the Remnant Christian Network, shared some rather surprising details about a major contributing factor to the wealth of Nigerian business mogul and Africa’s richest man, Alhaji Aliko Dangote.
Osayi Arome confirms he was there as well, but was a little bit late, and the door was closed so he had missed the flight.
The plane stopped and the steps were lowered as the pilot came down to know what the issue was. Idahosa began “I have two of God’s important servants who must go to Lagos”. “But we are loaded to capacity. Every seat is full” said the captain. “Never mind.
Let me on board. They all know me; they see ‘Redemption Hour’ (Idahosa’s TV program).
Let me talk to them”. Idahosa obliged, climbed into the plane and walked down the crowded aisles.
He turned round , facing the passengers and started “Excuse me friends, I have two of God’s special servants in my car. They must go to Lagos today on this plane. Two of you will get off now so God’s servants can board. God bless you. He waited a minute, no one moved. The silence showed annoyance by the impatient passengers. Some pretended to be asleep and others it seemed were praying.
Benson Idahosa stopped the first man in the aisle of the plane. He asked him “youngman, what is your name and what do you do?
“The World will get up for you” the mostly Christian passengers responded “Amen”. “My God will bless you! God will take you and your business beyond Africa and bless you beyond measure”.
See you on ‘Redemption Hour’ this Sunday evening he said. They clapped as T.L and Daisy Osborne boarded for the flight.
Matthew 10:41 says:
“He that receiveth a prophet in the name of a prophet shall receive a prophet’s reward; and he that receiveth a righteous man in the name of a righteous man shall receive a righteous man’s reward.”
The Bible never lies.