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FROM: Daily Trust

Dangote empowers Nigerians through cement promo

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Alhaji Aliko Dangote, Chairman, Dangote Cement Plc, has restated his commitment to the economic empowerment of millions of Nigerians. Dangote said this on Monday in Lagos during the presentation of gifts to winners in the ongoing Dangote Bag of Goodies National Consumer Promo. The chairman, represented by Olakunle Alake, Group Managing Director, Dangote Industry Ltd., …

Also, Mrs Funmi Sanni, Director of Marketing, Dangote Cement, said the promo was to reward consumers with life changing prizes in tandem with the company’s core values.

Sanni said that the company had presented 21 cars out of the 43 cars to be won to winners, adding that more people still stand the chance of being rewarded with the remaining cars.

SOURCE: Daily Trust



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