Aliko Dangote to Discuss ‘Doing Business in Africa’ in Oxford


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The University of Oxford is hosting Aliko Dangote, the world’s richest black man and Africa’s most well-known industrialist tomorrow, 16 February 2016.

In particular, the Oxford University Africa Society and the Oxford University China-Africa Network (OUCAN) are hosting him in a conversation entitled “The Truth about Doing Business in Africa” at 1.20pm. My colleague Yasmin Kumi, President of the Africa Society and myself, as co-convenor of the China-Africa Network will discuss with him his experiences of doing business in Africa

Although the event is restricted to students, researchers and academics in the university, who pre-registered, you can engage in the conversation with the hashtag #DangoteInOxford. A video will also be made publicly available online subsequently.

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7 thoughts on “Aliko Dangote to Discuss ‘Doing Business in Africa’ in Oxford

  1. Nice one. I’m sure he would be open to being a guest in such a conversation hosted by a Nigerian university. I don’t know why there hasn’t been any notable conversation with him or anything similar here. Generally, its a good one. Thank you for the heads up.

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