According to reports in French media, the CEO of the Dangote Group intends to acquire a 60% stake in the team.
The Dangote Group, Africa’s largest industrial conglomerate, had previously expressed an interest in purchasing Arsenal, but the transaction was unsuccessful.
Valenciennes has played its home games at the Stade du Hainaut ever since it was founded in 1913.
The team has played in both Ligue 1 and Ligue 2 for 36 seasons; They have not won the Ligue 1 championship during that time, but they have won the Ligue 2 championship twice.
Helen Paul reacts Google search reveals Aliko Dangote owns Nigeria
Dr. Helen Paul, a comedian, actress, and academic, responded to a recent Google search indicating that billionaire Aliko Dangote owns Nigeria.
When someone searches for “Who is the owner of Nigeria?” The Northern Businessman’s name appears when searching for it on Google.
In response, the well-known Nigerian comedienne, who was recently promoted to the position of professor and Head of the Department of Arts, Music, and Entertainment at Heart Bible International University in the United States, took to her Instagram page to commend “Aliko Dangote” for his most recent accomplishments. Helen Paul composed: ”
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.
He also said
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.