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Billionaire Aliko Dangote pledges N200mn to aid Nigeria’s fight against COVID-19

By OakTV
21 March 2020   |   12:49 pm
As the total number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Nigeria reaches eight, the Aliko Dangote Foundation earlier pledged N200 million to support Nigeria’s health authorities to combat the spread of the pandemic. Zouera Youssoufou, Managing Director and CEO of Aliko Dangote Foundation disclosed this while speaking to CNBC Africa’s Kenneth Igbomor.

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