- A video showing the moment Aliko Dangote took time out to address his workers at the new fertilizer plant has surfaced online
- Omasoro Ali Ovie, a tweep, who shared the clip, said the meeting was a way to motivate the employees
- Many people who watched the clip said more Nigerian billionaires need to invest in the country's economy like Dangote is doing
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A clip of Aliko Dangote addressing some workers has gone viral. According to a Twitter user, Omasoro Ali Ovie, the people in the video are employees working at his new fertiliser plant.
The tweep also said the meeting happened when the plant was running a production test run.
With facemasks on, the employees acknowledged Dangote's words as they swiftly returned to monitoring engine performance on their desktop computers.
Other higher members of staff were present, standing beside the billionaire businessman who wore a white shirt and what looks like black trousers.
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Watch the video below:
As at the time of writing this report, the short video has been watched thousands of times on Twitter with people commending Dangote for speaking to his employees directly.
YEN.com.gh compiled some of the reactions below:
"This is leadership! Talking with the ppl, the workers, nothing motivates like this!"
"What I see is opportunities, hopefully we stop importing chicken feeds and fertilizer."
"They should just please make it more affordable for Nigerians."
"I'm happy for the investor aliko dangote and opportunity he's given many Nigerian to be gainfully employed.its just its not that cool for Nigeria to be monopolized it hinders competition that leads to development."
"We need more billionaires to invest in infrastructure of Nigeria."
"Look at happiness in their eyes, money Money bag is the source."
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a young Nigerian man, Emmanuel Nduka, took to his LinkedIn page to say that he got a job as an engineer at Dangote Petroleum Refinery.
Just when one started to think he had hit it big, Nduka quickly said that it is yet to happen, telling people that it is a dream he hopes to achieve with God’s help.
The young man revealed he is only rehearsing how he would share the news when his dream finally becomes a reality.
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