Industrial policy paved the way for Dangote’s empire. Why it didn’t deliver for all Nigerians

Posted on Tue 02 November 2021 in Nigeria • Tagged with Nigeria, Dangote, Nigerian Stock Exchange, Nigerian Economy, Dangote Cement, NASCON, DSR

Aliko Dangote leaves the French Elysee presidential palace after a meeting with the president in 2016. Stephane de Sakutin/AFP via Getty Images

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Dangote Industries Limited dominates the Nigerian cement market and is a key player in the rapidly expanding …

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New Agreement With Nigeria’s TETFund to Bring Up to 50 International Students Seeking Ph.D.s to Morgan State University Annually

Posted on Mon 25 May 2020 in Education • Tagged with Nigeria, USA, Morgan State UNiversity, TETFund, Federal Government of Nigeria

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Morgan State University (MSU) President David K. Wilson has announced a new educational collaboration with the Tertiary Education Trust Fund (TETFund), a fiduciary and funding agency of the Federal Government of Nigeria. The five-year agreement with TETFund will create a pathway for international students to …

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