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#METRO PLUS: Dangote killed 15 in Ekiti

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The business margnet and a philanthropist and the CEO Dangote Industries Limited (DIL) has denied the ownership of the truck involved in an accident in Iworoko Ekiti, near Ado-Ekiti, which killed 15 persons while many others confirmed injured on Saturday.

The management of dangote industries limited In a statement on Sunday described as “misleading and unverified” the report by a number of online media that the truck belongs to his company.

While the company mourned with the families of the dead, it said: “it is important to state that the affected truck did not belong to our company.

“Dangote Industries Limited (DIL) do not import or produce rice for the market or for any individual or entity. Our trucks are also not meant to carry third-party goods as we have consistently requested the public to report any such illegal action by our drivers to us for monetary reward,” it revealed.

The truck,loaded with  bags of rice which witnesses claimed belonged to the company was customized with the campaign stickers of an All Progressive Congress (APC) senatorial aspirant in Ondo State , Tayo Alasoadura.

To dissociate itself from the allegation , the Dangote Industries Limited  went on to list its products and goods which its over 10,000 trucks operating across the country and the neighboring West African countries could carry.

It said: “Dangote Trucks are permitted to transport only the following materials: Dangote Cement Plc – Dangote Cement, Limestone, High-Grade Gypsum, and Coal; Dangote Sugar Refinery Plc- Dangote Sugar; NASCON Allied Industries Plc – Dangote Salt & DanQ Seasoning; Agro sacks Industries Limited – Bags; Dangote Flour Mills Plc – (Dangote Wheat, Flour and Danvita).

The management further stressed that, they had put it to the public that those miscrant drivers that convey goods other than theirs should be apprehended and dealt with . accordingly. 

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