When life shows you great faith to stand for it'll be very hard for you to accept defeat. But all big things have small beginnings and that is the exact cause of the richest black man in the world, Aliko Dangote.
A throwback photo of the billionaire has popped up, capturing the times when he was a regular man yet to achieve the status. At that time Aliko was very young.
A young Dangote was photographed at an event in his white Kaftan and cap with visibly bushy hair. He was a very handsome guy with a very simple face. And in his eyes, you could see love and passion.
The photo was shared by his billionaire friend, Femi Otedola to celebrate him on his 64th birthday. Femi Otedola was trying to draw the mind of Aliko Dangote back from where he started. He did it because he believes that normal people do not remember where they started after they've become rich.
Taking to Instagram, M.r Otedola referred to him as one of the world’s greatest. Aliko Dangote is of the African people who have brought Fame to Africa.
See photo below:
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