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Dangote Refinery To Create 250,000 Jobs by ijustdey: 3:35pm On Nov 14
The management of Dangote Refinery and Petrochemicals has disclosed that the 650,000 barrels per day project will create jobs for not less than 250,000 Nigerians when completed next year. Group Executive Director, Strategy and Capital Projects, Dangote Industries Limited, Mr. Devakumar Edwin, told reporters at the site that the refinery had potential to turn around Nigeria’s economy with the employment of thousands of Nigerians for direct and indirect jobs.

He said the huge unemployment rate of Nigerian youths, the need to make the country self-reliant in fuel consumption and attract the much needed foreign exchange through export of the products were reasons that motivated the President of Dangote Group, Aliko Dangote, to venture into manufacturing.

The Dangote Group boss said he was very optimistic that the refinery would be a game changer for Nigeria and the rest of Africa. According to him, Dangote Industries Limited has succeeded in substantially reducing the high rate of unemployment in the country, with the conglomerate already recruiting youths in its various agricultural schemes and other subsidiaries. Dangote Industries Limited is the highest employer of labour in Nigeria outside the Federal Government. Also, Edwin assured that all things being equal, Dangote Fertiliser plant’s products would hit the market this month. He said that Dangote Fertiliser Limited had a well-equipped fertiliser soil testing laboratory to ensure efficiency of the product for farmers.

He explained: “The laboratory will enable us analyse and identify a particular soil deficiency. Applying the right fertiliser to soil will enable it yield maximum result. The goal of our soil testing is to provide an accurate assessment of the soil’s fertility to make fertiliser recommendations. “A proper soil test will help ensure the application of enough fertiliser to meet the requirements of the crop while taking advantage of the nutrients already present in the soil.” Edwin maintained that Dangote Fertiliser would make Nigeria become selfsufficient in fertiliser production and have the capacity to export the products to other African countries.

“Right now, farmers are forced to utilise whatever fertiliser that is available as they have no choice, but we need to know that the fertiliser that will work in one state may not be suitable in another state, as they may not have the same soil type and composition.

The same fertilizer you use for sorghum may not be the fertiliser you will use for sugar cane,” he added. Speaking on Dangote Refinery’s employment generation capacity, Director- General, Nigeria Employers’ Consultative Association (NECA), Olawale Timothy, lauded the promotion of the refinery, saying the potential to create 250,000 direct and indirect jobs on completion would greatly reduce crime and poverty in Nigeria. Olawale stated that the kind gesture by Dangote Refinery would greatly reduce the menace of insecurity, which, he noted, had become a major issue in the country.

“We have always said that gainful employment is a veritable way of reducing crime. When you engage the youthful population in a meaningful way, they will not take to crime. “It is worthy to note that the generation of 250,000 jobs by the refinery at completion will reduce youth unemployment. We also have the advantage of reducing poverty level in the country. This is because gainful employment will increase the purchasing power of the people. It will improve their style of living,” he added.

https://www.newtelegraphng.com/dangote-refinery-to-create-250000-jobs/

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Re: Dangote Refinery To Create 250,000 Jobs by Epstein(m): 3:39pm On Nov 14
Lies....propaganda!

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Re: Dangote Refinery To Create 250,000 Jobs by vanbonattel: 3:39pm On Nov 14
Transferring the economy of the country to I need man because of where he came from.

Tinapa could have created more jobs but the idea was killed because it is near Igboland.

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Re: Dangote Refinery To Create 250,000 Jobs by BabaOwen(m): 3:39pm On Nov 14
Them don dey talk the same thing since like 2018, just complete the refinery jare angry

And other private companies and individuals constructing refineries make una do fast abeg... So price of petrol and diesel go start reducing.

It seems the fertilizer plant is ready, before they will be able to start refining oil in that place eh, e go reach like 2022 o.

Aviation fuel and plastic is also going to be produce in the refinery.

Do you know Dangote wanted to build this refinery in Ondo state before? But nah the useless Mimiko make the people of Ondo state lose this gigantic project to the people of Lagos state grin

Fun fact: Dangote refinery is far far bigger than Victoria Island grin

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Re: Dangote Refinery To Create 250,000 Jobs by longetivity(m): 3:48pm On Nov 14
where can I submit my CV

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Re: Dangote Refinery To Create 250,000 Jobs by checkmatez: 4:01pm On Nov 14
Slavery is coming... know my northern brother still prefer Government jobs who dangote help

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Re: Dangote Refinery To Create 250,000 Jobs by History555: 4:05pm On Nov 14
250,000 jobs from one highly automated refinery. Reminds me of nig breweries 40billion plant which ended up employing 400 people. Most in filling , packing, loading.

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Re: Dangote Refinery To Create 250,000 Jobs by Comedian2019: 4:06pm On Nov 14
Dem Dangote don join dem lie mohd

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Re: Dangote Refinery To Create 250,000 Jobs by Liposure(m): 4:10pm On Nov 14
Good news
Re: Dangote Refinery To Create 250,000 Jobs by Ever8090: 4:12pm On Nov 14
Lai Mohamed right now...

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Re: Dangote Refinery To Create 250,000 Jobs by Karlovich: 4:13pm On Nov 14
Quota system employment

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Re: Dangote Refinery To Create 250,000 Jobs by CodeTemplar: 4:20pm On Nov 14
How many jobs will the grounding of govt refinery take away?

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Re: Dangote Refinery To Create 250,000 Jobs by CodeTemplar: 4:21pm On Nov 14
History555:
250,000 jobs from one highly automated refinery. Reminds me of nig breweries 40billion plant which ended up employing 400 people. Most in filling , packing, loading.
Lol...logistics factory. difference between guguru and pop corn is packaging.

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Re: Dangote Refinery To Create 250,000 Jobs by Agricaddict(m): 6:00pm On Nov 14
Menial jobs
Re: Dangote Refinery To Create 250,000 Jobs by starbuck(f): 6:00pm On Nov 14
To hell with him and the jobs undecided undecided undecided

He should give it to his fellow Northerners and mallams

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Re: Dangote Refinery To Create 250,000 Jobs by MrPRevailer(m): 6:00pm On Nov 14
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Re: Dangote Refinery To Create 250,000 Jobs by Dididrumz(m): 6:00pm On Nov 14
Nice
Re: Dangote Refinery To Create 250,000 Jobs by jericco1(m): 6:00pm On Nov 14
Audio
Re: Dangote Refinery To Create 250,000 Jobs by paulolee(m): 6:01pm On Nov 14
Dts nice and good coming from him...maybe to justify the bias dt favoured him about dt border matter...
This guy is jus enjoying sweer monopoly and favouritism ever since obj tenure
He should gv the slots to his Jackie northern brothers as usual..
Meanwhile....

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Re: Dangote Refinery To Create 250,000 Jobs by Sijo01(f): 6:01pm On Nov 14
I know the juicy positions will be for foreigners.

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Re: Dangote Refinery To Create 250,000 Jobs by MorataFC: 6:01pm On Nov 14
I know I will benefit from it

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Re: Dangote Refinery To Create 250,000 Jobs by RomanianNinja: 6:01pm On Nov 14
You mean to create 250,000 "underpaid jobs"

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Re: Dangote Refinery To Create 250,000 Jobs by Rugaria: 6:01pm On Nov 14
Propaganda

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Re: Dangote Refinery To Create 250,000 Jobs by Siberia01(m): 6:02pm On Nov 14
cool
oil is irrelevant
its going the same way of coal
elon musk is pumping in billions of dollars into Tesla e-world
same as
Lexus green vehicles
Volkswagen
ford
Chevy

China
America
Denmark
Sweden

truly Nigeria is a 4th world country..

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Re: Dangote Refinery To Create 250,000 Jobs by wman(m): 6:02pm On Nov 14
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Re: Dangote Refinery To Create 250,000 Jobs by Enudapan: 6:02pm On Nov 14
Nah eh! No qualms
This is so sophisticated
Dangote the main odogwu
This nice

Buh wait oh
The way Nigerians take the hype figures eh
Do they actually mean 250,000 persons
(How many people come dey Nigeria ?)
Like he will employ twice the size of some local government area in one company
7x more than shell
Half the population of Cyprus..
Haba make we they lie small small nah
Anywhere no qualms

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Re: Dangote Refinery To Create 250,000 Jobs by humilitypays(m): 6:03pm On Nov 14
lipsrsealed

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