From the critics:
“This book is a very amazing piece. It presents concise, well thought-out and very clear insights on how to build companies with focus on solving problems not many people can solve and consequently, have government’s attention and support. Thank so much for this Prof.”
“This book is a worthy read to all aspiring, low-fly and high-flying entrepreneurs, including those envious of the privileges that Dangote Empire has enjoyed. Noteworthy to say, I doubt Mr Aliko Dangote himself understands these privileges as a Conglomerate Tax (reward for helping Government out on high-pains by moving upstream) and not benefits of tribalism, feudalism, and/or Northern Nigeria cabalism”.
Have you read “The Dangote System” by Ndubuisi Ekekwe? Begin here
Ndubuisi Ekekwe sir, it would have been lovely to have the man dangote do the forward for the book. It will make perfect “brain”
That would be very bad. That is not how professors work. If I do that, I am no more reporting facts, from my angle. It means, I am singing praise since there is no way he would not influence the contents. We do not need to coordinate with any human. Dangote may not even like the book. But provided it is fact-based and relied on public data, I am fine. This book is not really about Dangote, it is simply a case study for our members to understand how to build companies. I do not need any Foreword from any human to explain that.