Sunday, May 10, 2015

It would be awesome for Dangote to act like this Chinese billionaire

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Africa’s richest man (according to Forbes), Dangote, who is worth $15.7 billion, recently got everyone taking when he disclosed his interest in purchasing football club, Arsenal,valued at $1.49bn.
In an interview he did with Bloomberg while traveling in a private jet from Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa to Lagos on May 1, Dangote said he’ll love to buy the club when the price is right, “I still hope, one day at the right price, that I’ll buy the team” he said.
But we have got a better idea.

We know he has a staff strength of about 50, 000 and hopes to have about 150,000 in a few years, so it would be more awesome if he peradventure took some of his staff on an adventurous trip.
How? Let him take a cue from Chinese billionaire, Li Jinyuan.

Li Jinyuan, 57, listed as a billionaire on the Forbes rich list, on Friday took more than half of his staff to the region to celebrate the 20-year anniversary of the founding of the company.
The chairman Tiens Group Company, took 6,400 of his staff on a 4-day holiday to France which finished with a world-record breaking human chain in Cote D’Azur.
According to Mail Online, Jinyuan,  booked up 140 hotels in Paris where the group visited the Louvre and various cultural sites in one of the world’s most famous and revered cities.
The huge group of tourists then made their way to the glamorous Cote D’Azur, where they booked 4,760 rooms in 79 four-and five-star hotels in Cannes and Monaco.
It took 147 buses to take the tourists from their hotels to the Promenade des Anglais in Nice, where Guinness World Record officials where on hand to validate the world’s biggest ever human chain.
France is expected to be 33million Euros better off thanks to the all-expenses-paid staff trip.


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