Aliko Dangote, Loses Brother, Sani Dangote

Aliko Dangote
  • Africa’s richest man, Aliko Dangote loses brother Sani Dangote

EKO HOT BLOG reports that Sani Dangote, the vice president of the Dangote Group and brother to Africa’s richest man, Aliko Dangote, is dead.

Sani Dangote reportedly died after a protracted illness in the United States on Sunday.

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The Dangote Group in a short statement Sunday night confirmed the death.

Aliko Dangote
Aliko Dangote and Brother, Sani Dangote

“INNA LILLAHI WA INNA ILAIHI RAJIUN!It is with a heavy heart but with total submission to Almighty Allah that we announce the passing on of our Group Vice President, Alhaji Sani Dangote today 14th November 2021.

“May Allah SWT Grant him mercy and Admit him in Aljannat-al-Firdaus “!

Before his death, Sani had investments in manufacturing, agriculture, banking and oil services.

He also sat on the Board of several other companies, including Nigerian Textile Mills Plc, Nutra Sweet Limited, Gum Arabic Limited, Dangote Textile Mills Limited, Alsan Insurance Brokers, Dan-Hydro Company Limited, Dansa Food Processing Company Limited and Dangote Farms Limited.

He was also the Deputy Chairman of the African Gum Arabic Producers Association and a two-time President of Lagos Polo Club in addition to being a professional polo player.

Sani was a member of several Chambers of Commerce, a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Shipping of Nigeria and President of the Fertiliser Producers and Suppliers Association (“FERSAN”).

He was well known for his role as the chairman of Dansa Holdings, a subsidiary of the Dangote Group that produces beverages.

He also owned Dansa Foods Limited, Dansa Energy, Sagas Energy Limited, Bulk Pack Services Limited, Dansa Agro Allied Limited, and Dangote Farms Limited.

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