Top 4 Nigerian Billionaire
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1. Aliko Dangote
A Nigerian business magnate, investor and the owner of the Dangote Group.
He also has interest in the commodities, in Nigeria and other African countries. As of march 2019 he has an estimated net worth of USD 10.6 BILLION.
He went to capital high school, where he had his secondary education. There after went to Al-azhar university Cairo.
Mike Adeniyi Adenuga
- Micheal Adeniyi Agbolade Ishola Adenuga Jr,
Born on the 29th of april, 1953. A Nigerian billionaire business man, and the second richest person in Africa.
His company Globacom is second largest telecommunication company in Nigeria.
It also has a presence in Ghana and Benin. He owns stake sin the equatorial Trust Bank and the oil exploration firm CONOIL (formerly consolidated oil company).
Forbes has estimated his net worth at about USD9.4billion at 2019. He is born in Ibadan, oyo, Nigeria. He is also resident on the banana island in Ikoyi, Lagos state. He had his secondary education in Ibadan Grammar school. After which he went to Oklahoma State University.
Abdul Samad Rabiu
Abdul Samad was born on the 4th of august 1960 in Kano, Nigeria. His late father was a foremost industrialist in 1970’s to the 80’s (Khalifah Isyaku Rabiu). Abdul Samad is the chairman of BUA groups. A Nigerian conglomerate concentrating on manufacturing, infrastructure and agriculture. And have a revenue of over USD 2.5 billion. He is also the chairman of Nigerian Bank of Industry. Abdul was born in Kano, northern Nigeria, where he obtained his early education. He then attended capital university in Columbus, Ohio. Then took over his fathers business, when his father was detained for not paying rice import duties, by General Muhammadu Buhari.
A Nigerian billionaire business woman, one of Africa’s richest woman, and richest black woman in the world.
Born on July 15th, 1951. In 2014, Alakija temporarily unseated Oprah Winfrey as the richest woman of Africa descent in the world. She is involved in the fashion, oil, real estates and printing industries. She is the group Managing Director of The Rose of Sharon Group, which consist of The Rose of Sharon prints and production limited, Digital reality prints limited. And the executive Vice chairman of Farma oil. She is ranked or listed second most powerful woman in Africa, After Ngozi Okonjo-iweala and has an estimated netwoth of USD 2.1 billion.