Femi Otedola See “Dangote’s $20 Billion Refinery as Catalyst for Nigerian Energy Security”

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Billionaire tycoon Femi Otedola has asserted that the Dangote Refinery, inaugurated in May under the tenure of former President Muhammadu Buhari, is set to spearhead energy security in Nigeria.

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Otedola conveyed his commendations to Aliko Dangote, Africa’s wealthiest individual and his “bestie,” through a social media post on Sunday.

Emphasizing the refinery’s significance, Otedola proclaimed that, by meeting the nation’s refined petroleum product needs, it would play a pivotal role in ensuring energy security and independence, ushering in a new era of prosperity.

The facility, part of the $20 billion Dangote Group, boasts the world’s largest single-train petroleum refinery, a substantial polypropylene production unit, and two colossal fertilizer trains with a combined three million-ton Urea capacity.

Otedola, personally involved in the refinery’s conceptualization, praised Dangote’s visionary leadership and unwavering commitment, describing the milestone as a testament to one of Africa’s foremost patriots.

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