A former secretary of the Christian Association of Nigeria, Archbishop George Amu, has prophesied that Africa’s richest man, Alhaji Aliko Dangote will be Nigeria’s president one day.
Archbishop George Amu is however not sure if Dangote will replace President Buhari
According to Amu, God has shown him Dangote, will one day become Nigeria’s s leader. He however he was not sure whether Dangote would succeed President Muhammadu Buhari or not.
He likened it to the emergence of Donald Trump as the president of the United States of America whose victory sent shocked waves across the world.
Amu had correctly predicted Trump’s victory while interacting with journalists on his birthday, August 21. he was not sure whether he would succeed President Muhammadu Buhari or not.
“The same God, who revealed Donald Trump’s victory in the US, has also declared His intention to install Dangote as the future President of Nigeria,” The Punch quoted Amu as saying.
Amu went further to say God had chosen to entrust Trump and Dangote with power in their countries, because they were wealthy and would not steal their nations’ wealth, adding that it was God’s divine strategy to cripple corruption in governance.
Dangote, 59, is the owner of Dangote Group, a conglomerate which has interests in commodities. The group is present in about nine countries in Africa.
Although he is seen as a power broker in Nigeria, Dangote is not an active politician. He is however close to the corridors of power and has been a reoccurring factor in successive administrations.
Meanwhile, the Dangote Group has promised to support the federal government in exploring key sectors of the economy in order to towards cushion the effect of the recession.
In a statement signed by the chief corporate communication officer, Dangote Group, Anthony Chiejina, the group promised to explore opportunities opening up in agriculture, mining and infrastructure through partnership with the governments.
In a related development, major international magazines including Financial Times, Bloomberg and some others, in their recent publications strongly condemned President Buhari policies in solving Nigeria’s crisis.
Bloomberg noted that Buhari’s rigid leadership style has made the country’s economic problems harder to solve.