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Thursday, 15 March 2018

The richest man in Africa Builds $3.5 Million Business School In Nigeria

The richest man in Africa Builds $3.5 Million Business School In Nigeria

The richest man in Africa, Aliko Dangote, has donated a $3.5 million building to the Bayero University in Kano state Nigeria. The building, which is named after him, will house the newly established Dangote Business School.
Speaking at the school’s opening ceremony which was attended by the Kano State Governor Abdullahi Umar Ganduje, Dangote told guests that the school was part of his contributions towards driving entrepreneurship education at the highest level in Nigeria. The  School has been accredited by the National Universities Commission (NUC), and will be first business school in Nigeria to offer the Doctor of Business Administration (PhD) programme in the country. Dangote also said that talks are ongoing to develop strategic partnerships between the Dangote Business School and the Harvard Business School in the U.S.
Aliko Dangote

The school, according to him, will train African Business leaders by crying out research on how Nigerians can do business in the very particular kind of environment and succeed. The Vice Chancellor of the University, Prof. Muhammed Yahuza Bello said with the new business school, the university is now poised to serve the society better through training, research and services. He said the university adopted the name “ Dangote Business School”, because the name Dangote is internationally synonymous with innovation, entrepreneurship and successes in business and industry and pledged that the school will live by its name and tradition. Explaining the uniqueness of the schoolHe stated that the new structure comprises 650 seating capacity auditorium, two theaters, four lecture halls, two libraries, incubation center, two cafeterias, 800kva soundproof generator and borehole among others.

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