The Nigerian/ African richest and Chairman of Dangote Group of Companies, Alhaji Aliko Dangote has said Northern Nigeria will continue to remain poor except states governments move to close the development gap between the northern Nigeria and the southern Nigeria.
Dangote, who spoke at the 4th edition of the Kaduna Investment Summit April 2019 (KadInvest) Stated that the North is the poorest Region in Nigeria, most especially North West and North East.
Mr Aliko Dangote and his Northern counterparts Enough of this deceit. The North is not poor. A lot of the nations wealth go to the Northern Nigeria. Northern Nigeria is well developed. If you go to United States of America today there are places that doesn’t consumes the financial kickbacks from the federal government but in Nigeria Northern Nigeria and it’s People are consuming ovee 85% of the Nigeria budget.
Let the truth be told, Southerners should stop being gullible and docile to these Intelligent and smart northerners. These people are playing on our Intelligent. Can you imagine, some people from my side are even boasting and insulting the northerners of being backward on various social media platforms, but little did they know that the North is far more developed than the entire South.
Do you know that:
The North has the federal capital territory.
The North has 19 States.
The North has The highest number of senators, house of Representatives members.
The North has the highest number of State houses of Assembly.
The North has the highest number of local government councils.
The North has the highest numbers of Governor and deputy governor’s.
Currently, the North produces the president, Senate president and Speaker of House of Representatives.
The North have 5 international airports while south east has none.
The North has the highest number of police officers, military officers, members road safety cops.
The North has the Richest man in Africa.
The North has the highest number of first class traditional and religious leaders in Nigeria.
The North receives the highest federal allocation.
The Northerners has the highest federal and state civil savants.
All the Nigeria military headquarters are situated in the North.
The North receives the highest federal allocation on Agriculture.
The North receives the highest federal allocation on health.
The North receives the highest federal allocation on education.
The North receives all international financial donors and Financial assistance from the major world bodies, namely: UN, AU, EU, Red Cross, USID, etc.
The North has crude oil in lake Chad.
The North has Gold and Diamond.
The North has aluminum, Brass, copper etc.
The North has uranium to mention but few.
The North controls you Politically.
The North controls you militarily.
The North controls you economically.
It’s bleeds my heart to see most of my Igbo Brothers and sisters jumping quickly into conclusion with their blotted and rusticated claims on how poor the North is. But they are too confused to Articulate the progress and Richness of the North. Please Stop seeing People’s way of life as POVERTY onye Igbo!
Do you know that it is against the Islamic laws for a savant to leave his master and starts his own? As a true northerners and a true Muslim you have to serve your master, your children will serve your masters Children and it will continue till infinity.
Do you know that the prayer of the majority of the northern population is that God should give to their elite so that their elites will give to then?
Don’t you think that it is stupid for you to feel pity on person’s way of life?
For your information onye Igbo!
ALIKO DANGOTE IS AN EXPLOITATIVE AND A DESPERATE LIAR. NORTHERN NIGERIA IS THE RICHEST REGION IN NIGERIA BUT THEY ARE USING THEIR WAY OF LIFE TO EXPLOIT THE GULLIBLE SOUTHERNERS AND THE WORLD TO SEE THEM AS POOR AND MISERABLE.
So my people, don’t mind Aliko Dangote and his sectional and regional analogy, because based on my findings which i believe is Authentic. Stipulates clearly that the North is the richest in Nigeria both in Political, economical, educational, health and agricultural installations.
~ Jonathan Onuorah Dim Ojiaku