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Aliko Dangote on latest cover of Bloomberg Markets

Africa's richest man is on the latest cover of Bloomberg Markets: Check out his wide-ranging interview

Dangote, who was worth $12.3 billion as of mid-August, according to the Bloomberg Billionaires Index, is modest in his personal life but bold in business.

Aliko Dangote, Chairman, Dangote Group

Africa's Richest Man Will Fire Wenger If He Buys Arsenal

Nigerian billionaire Aliko Dangote’s first order of business if he succeeds in buying English Premier League soccer club Arsenal will be to fire the manager, Arsene Wenger.

Aliko Dangote, CEO, Dangote Group

Aliko Dangote: In for the long haul

Aliko Dangote, Africa’s richest man, is optimistic that the only place to invest in today is Africa.

Aliko Dangote, President, Dangote Group. Credit: CNBC Africa

I will build Dangote Group into a $100B business, I still have plans to buy Arsenal, says Africa's richest man Aliko Dangote (Video)

“If you are in Africa or in Nigeria for the short-term, then you shouldn’t be there,” says Aliko Dangote, the President of Dangote Group.

Africa's richest man Aliko Dangote plans to buy Arsenal in four years.

Africa's richest man Aliko Dangote plans to buy Arsenal in four years (Video)

Aliko Dangote, Africa’s richest man, plans to buy London-based Arsenal soccer team within four years.

Stephen Keshi is one of two people to win the Cup of Nations as a player and manager, and the only black African ever to coach at a World Cup. Photograph: Pius Utomi Ekpei/AFP/Getty Images

Stephen Keshi: Brawler, talker and most successful black African coach of all time

The former Nigeria and Togo manager, who died on Tuesday evening aged just 54, was, at the international level, the finest African coach of his generation.

Aliko Dangote, Dangote Group's Chairman and Africa's richest man

Buying Arsenal will put Nigeria on the map, says Nigerian billionaire Aliko Dangote

Nigerian businessman Aliko Dangote says that he is interested in purchasing Premier League club Arsenal in order to boost the profile of his homeland.

Africa’s richest man, Aliko Dangote. The Nigerian billionaire has expressed interest in buying the Arsenal Football Club.

Nigerian billionaire Aliko Dangote wants to buy Arsenal

Africa’s richest businessman says he is planning a bid to buy Arsenal. Nigerian billionaire Aliko Dangote believes the building of an oil refinery in his homeland will give him the finance to secure a takeover.

Cementing African trade links(Reuters/Akintunde Akinleye)

Brick by brick, Africa's top billionaire is building his way across the continent

Aliko Dangote may want to buy English soccer team Arsenal, but he hasn’t forgotten his main money-maker or the continent where he made that money.

Aliko Dangote, Africa’s richest man, could become the first African owner of an English Premier League football team.

Aliko Dangote: Five things about the Nigerian who wants to buy Arsenal

Five years after Nigerian businessman and Arsenal fan Aliko Dangote’s offer to buy the North London club was rejected, he has been linked to them again.

Aliko Dangote is Africa's richest man and has repeatedly expressed interest in buying Arsenal.

Africa's richest man Aliko Dangote still plans to buy Arsenal

Nigerian billionaire Aliko Dangote has told Bloomberg he still plans to buy Arsenal for the “right price” in the future. Dangote was linked with making an approach to buy a stake in Arsenal in 2010, before he said he decided against the investment.