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Dangote Inaugurates $250m Plant In Douala, Cameroon

By: Ako Pauline Eneke

Prime Minister, Philemon Yang proceeded with the official inauguration of the Dangote cement Thursday, August 27, 2015 in Douala. Representing the President of the Republic, Paul Biya, in front of an audience of guests, administrative, political and traditional, watered by rain, water flooded the floor ankle, the PM officially inaugurated the cement Nigerian businessman Aliko Dangote.

[Translate to English:] Coupure du ruban symbolique par le PM

Philemon Yang praised the « audacity of a group broke for business », welcomed the fact that the culmination of the Dangote Cement was the expression of the efforts made in recent years by the Cameroonian government for improving the climate business and investment incentives. So he invites other businessmen to follow the lead of Mr Aliko Dangote. It is an investment in the amount of 90 billion CFA francs, financed solely by the Dangote Group and a production capacity of 1.5 million tons, employing about 77 Cameroonians, 11 expatriates and 250 temporary workers each months. The plant of Dangote Cement production already carries several tons. The businessman presented as one of the largest fortunes in the country, also plans to build another plant in Cameroon but this time in the Central Region. Once installed, the Dangote Cement production already as close to that of the old cement works such as Cimencam Group subsidiary Lafarge, which was a monopoly on the Cameroonian market during decades. In the register of cement in Cameroon, we count: the CIMENCAM, the group Addoha (Cimaf) Moroccan, and finally the Dangote Group of Nigeria. The South-South partnership is moving. This is Africa wins.

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[Translate to English:] Coupure du ruban symbolique par le PM

Comité d'accueil sur le site de la cérémonie

Le PM échangeant avec Aliko Dangote

M. Aliko Dangote prononçant son discours

Discours inaugural du PM Philemon Yang, représentant du Chef de l'Etat

Les premiers sacs de ciment sortent de la chaîne de production

Visite guidée de l'usine Dangote Cement

De l'équipement lourd à Dangote Cement Plc

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