Dr. Helen Paul, a comedian, actor, and researcher, has responded to a recent Google search that claims Nigeria is owned by billionaire Aliko Dangote.
It was noted that the name of the Northern Businessman appears when one performs a Google search for “Who is the owner of Nigeria?”
The well-known Nigerian comedian who was just named a professor and the head of the department of arts, music, and entertainment at Heart Bible International University in the United States responded to that by praising Aliko Dangote for her most recent accomplishments on Instagram.
Helen Paul penned:
Who is the owner of Nigeria on Google?#hmm #global. The owner doesn’t post much on the social media. The owner is always giving us gentle smile. The owner does not drag on social media.
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The owner doesn’t post family & friends on social media. Oh….. What A owner.”
Aliko Dangote, is the Africa’s richest person
He founded and chairs Dangote Cement, the continent’s largest cement producer.
He owns 85% of publicly-traded Dangote Cement through a holding company.
Dangote Cement has the capacity to produce 48.6 million metric tons annually and has operations in 10 countries across Africa.
After many years in development, Dangote’s fertilizer plant in Nigeria began operations in mid-2021.
Dangote Refinery has been under construction since 2016 and is expected to be one of the world’s largest oil refineries once complete.
Despite his overall profile and achievements, Aliko Dangote is definitely not the owner of Nigeria as indicated by Google search.
Helen Paul relocated to the U.S. a few years ago. She bagged a PhD in Theatre Arts from the University of Lagos in 2019.
She broke out as a naughty comic character on the radio program Wetin Dey on Radio Continental 102.3FM, Lagos.