Aliko Dangote a beaucoup investi dans l’agroalimentaire, notamment dans le riz, la tomate, le sucre, le lait, le sel, la farine, les huiles et le sucre.
Aliko Dangote has announced that the Dangote Sugar Refinery Plc is significantly scaling up its investment in the sugar sub-sector in line with the requirement of the Nigeria Sugar Master plan
The Nigerian firm says it is embarking on Phase II of its sugar project, which will cover over 100,000 hectares to make the sugar plant, the largest in Africa.
- Premium Times
30 Aug 2022
The company is currently scaling up sugar cane planting with the target to reach about 3000 hectares of cane harvest by January 2025, of the 78,000 hectares of land acquired by Dangote Industries Limited.
Dangote Sugar Company, propriété de l’homme le plus riche d’Afrique, Aliko Dangote, dans l’État d’Adamawa au Nigeria, aurait libéré des déchets industriels qui ont inondé les terres agricoles de la communauté d’accueil, causant des difficultés indicibles à la population.
Dangote Sugar Company, owned by Africa's richest man, Aliko Dangote, in Adamawa State, has allegedly released industrial wastes which flooded farmlands in the host community, causing untold hardship to the people.
- Sahara Reporters
12 Sep 2021
Dangote Group has taken 70,000 ha, Flour Mills of Nigeria has 20,000, Olam Farm has 9,000 and Azman has 14,000, so from our target of 270,000 hectres, we have given out nearly a 100,000 already, says state Attorney General
Farmers gathered to protest the seizure of their lands by a sugar company owned by Nigerian billionaire Aliko Dangote, Africa's richest person.
Investments include FMS Farms' $10 million starch processing plant and farm in Ikole council area, where it has already commenced farming activities
Dangote said he would expand the project and exploit what he called Katsina’s vast arable land for other agriculture initiatives and allied business ventures.
Dangote et Sefrioui veulent désormais contribuer à réduire le gap de l’offre dans des produits alimentaires essentiels en Afrique.
- Agence Ecofin
20 Sep 2017
The Edo State government has articulated a policy that allows investors to own government lands irrespective of the size for about 200 thousand naira.