“COVID-19 affects us all and threatens our collective health (economic, social, psychological) and physical wellbeing. Hence, the urgent need to collaborate and work together to beat this common enemy. The task ahead is daunting and bigger than any one organisation. To win this battle, it is critical we all come together as one,” Aliko Dangote said.
“It’s been a very interesting and I think going forward, we are very very committed and what we have said to the other three regulatory agencies is to make sure that they don’t only focus on us the big ones, they should also make sure that the other smaller companies are complying. When you look at them, they too are very big in number,” Aliko Dangote said after the CEOs roundtable meeting at the forum.
Aliko Dangote: “We started the road right from the port at Apapa. We are building 10 lanes – five lanes on each side – and there is drainage on both sides and streetlight. It is a concrete road. It is the first heavy concrete road that is up to about 35 kilometres. We would also maintain it for five years. This road will last up to 100 years.”