Forbes recently released its annual exclusive billionaires ranking with only 4 Nigeria ns, Aliko Dangote, Mike Adenuga, Abdul Samad Rabiu and Folorunsho Alakija making the highly coveted list. Read more: DailyTrust Nigeria
Forbes recently released its annual exclusive billionaires ranking with only 4 Nigeria ns, Aliko Dangote, Mike Adenuga, Abdul Samad Rabiu and Folorunsho Alakija making the highly coveted list. Amongst the four, Aliko Dangote, President of Dangote Group retained his spot as the World’s richest black person with a fortune of USD10.1 billion. Mike Adenuga, Chairman of …Telegram Forbes recently released its annual exclusive billionaires ranking with only 4 Nigerians, Aliko Dangote, Mike Adenuga, Abdul Samad Rabiu and Folorunsho Alakija making the highly coveted list. Amongst the four, Aliko Dangote, President of Dangote Group retained his spot as the World’s richest black person with a fortune of USD10.1 billion. Mike Adenuga, Chairman of Globacom came in as second in Nigeria and third in Africa with a fortune of USD7.7billion whilst Abdul Samad Rabiu of BUA Group was 3rd in Nigeria and 8th in Africa with a fortune of USD3.13bn – moving up 8 places from last year’s ranking. Folorunsho Alakija of Famfa Oil completes the list of Forbes billionaires from Nigeria with a fortune of USD1bn dollars coming in at #20 in Africa. ADVERTISEMENT Of the four Nigerians on this year’s Forbes list, only BUA’s Abdul Samad Rabiu saw an increase in his fortunes from the previous year. ADVERTISEMENT WARNING : AVOID THESE 3 FOODS IF YOU HAVE HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE. Abdul Samad in January merged his Obu Cement Company with the publicly listed Cement Company of Northern Nigeria (CCNN) where he had controlling shares. The new entity listed as BUA Cement Plc on the Nigeria Stock Exchange became the third largest entity on the exchange with N1.18 trillion market capitalization. According to Forbes, only eight of Africa’s 54 nations have billionaires in the list of Global billionaires. Egypt and South Africa are tied with five billionaires each, Nigeria four; Morocco has two, while Zimbabwe and Tanzania have one billionaire each. In the list, Africa’s 20 wealthiest people are richer in 2019 than 2018 with combined worth at $73.4 billion. The magazine said the list was generated after the billionaires’ net worth were calculated using stock prices and currency exchange rates from the close of business on Friday January 10, 2020. “To value privately-held businesses, we couple estimates of revenues or profits with prevailing price-to-sales or price-to-earnings ratios for similar public companies. Some list members grow richer or poorer within weeks or days of our measurement date,” Forbes statement further added. The current list shows that Nassef Sawiris of Egypt’s came second in Africa with his fortunes rising to 8billion dollars from $6.3billion. Others on the list from Africa are: Nicky Oppenheimer $7.7 billion; Johann Rupert $6.5 billion; Issad Rebrab $4.4 billion; Mohamed Mansour $3.3 billion; Naguib Sawiris $3 billion; Patrice Motsepe $2.6 billion; Koos Bekker $2.5 billion; Yasseen Mansour $2.3 billion; Isabel dos Santos $2.2 billion; Youssef Mansour $1.9 billion; Aziz Akhannouch $1.7 billion; Mohammed Dewji $1.6 billion; Othman Benjelloun $1.4 billion; Michiel Le Roux $1.3 billion; Strive Masiyiwa $1.1billion and Folorunso Alakija $1billion. Related Download Daily Trust News App Share this article Read more: Daily Trust
Another way to put it. Kano State has produced two Forbes Billionaires. Massive. More are coming... Alhamdullahi, more Nigerians will join the list in subsequent years insha Allah 2 from my state Kano... But pay no mind to their people 🤔🤔 DokunOjomo Sho?.. with all the money wey some people don steal finish for their 10th generationnnnn?.. how come their name no enter list and the world no recognize them?oooo I go carry placard oooo!!😁
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Dangote remains Africa’s richest personFor the ninth time in a row, Nigeria n businessman and CEO, Dangote Group, Aliko Dangote, has topped the Forbes list for African billionaires. And northern Nigeria remains the poorest in the world... Very funny when the richest man in Africa have zero impact in lives of his country men. He keeps getting richer by government funds and incentives and killing competitors in same line of business.
Senyie Lulu-Briggs says autopsy reveals late billionaire die of natural causes – Daily TrustWidow of late High Chief OB Lulu-Briggs , Dr Senyie OB Lulu-Briggs said that the result of the autopsy carried out on her husband’s body at 37 Military Hospital in Accra, Ghana on July 19, 2019 concluded that he died from natural causes. Dr Senyie Lulu-Briggs in a press statement she personally signed which was … She has however refused to tell the public that by the Supreme Court ruling, she had lost her application to stop the family from taking custody of the body and also lost her application to stop the inquest ordered by the Coroner which would now proceed as ordered.
Seinye Lulu-Briggs says autopsy reveals late billionaire die of natural causes – Daily TrustWidow of late High Chief OB Lulu-Briggs , Dr Seinye OB Lulu-Briggs said that the result of the autopsy carried out on her husband’s body at 37 Military Hospital in Accra, Ghana on July 19, 2019 concluded that he died from natural causes. Dr Seinye Lulu-Briggs in a press statement she personally signed which was …
EXCLUSIVE: How we’ll comply with Supreme Court judgement on Bayelsa — INEC – Daily TrustThe Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has said that it would give effect to today’s Supreme Court judgement sacking the All Progressives Congress’ (APC) candidate as the winner of the November 16, 2019 governorship election in the state. INEC National Commissioner and Chairman, Information and Voter Education Committee (IVEC), Festus Okoye, told Daily Trust exclusively …
Tokyo Olympics qualifiers: Quadri, Omotayo tops list for Tunisia – Daily TrustThe African Table Tennis Federation (ATTF) yesterday released the list of players that will compete in the singles and mixed doubles qualification event scheduled for February 27 to 29 in Tunisia. This, ATTF revealed is the final opportunity for African players to be part of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games in Japan Eight players made …
ICD 2020: 83 per cent of Nigerians agree on use of condom – Daily TrustEighty three per cent of respondents in a survey conducted by NOIPolls shows that Nigeria ns agree on the importance of condom and believe people should use it. The result of the survey on “Condom accessibly and use in Nigeria ” was presented to the public as part the series of activities earmarked to celebrate the 2020 … 🤣🤣 For the first time Nigerians admit to something 😂😂😂 Mad oh 😂😂