The Nigeria’s business mogul, Aliko Dangote was has been accused of rape and psychological manipulation of the wife of a businessman Kevin Ajenifuja, with an intention that led to the stealing of his trade secrets, court documents obtained by Peoples Gazette said.
Mr Ajenifuja said he had developed the technique and process of a sector exchange-traded funds for Africa in June 2004, after over 10 years of research.
In a lawsuit filed by the businessman on August 2, 2019, Mr Dangote allegedly made arrangements on how Mr Ajenifuja’s 22-weeks pregnant wife was drugged and how young men slept with her with the intention of stealing his trade secrets.
Mr Ajenifuja alleged that Mr Dangote connived with some World Bank Group employees, precisely on February 8, 2010, to invite his then wife to a meeting at a Catholic mission in Washington, D.C., area where she was allegedly given illicit drugs.
The Gazette also learnt in the lawsuit that Ms Anita was also given opioid medications on a regular basis, which she became addicted to. She subsequently engaged in extramarital affairs with young men near Washington, and the troubling situation was subsequently used to blackmail her into turning against her husband until she handed over his trade secrets to Mr Dangote.
The World Bank denied the allegations and the court rejected Mr Ajenifuja’s lawsuit because it was statute barred.
A spokesman for Mr Dangote declined comments about the lawsuit when reached.