I cant just come up with no concrete and sensitive evidence to prove that these stories are true. These list are facts which were extracted from the Forbes International,
AGE: 58OCCUPATION: Chairman & CEO of Dangote GroupNET WORTH: US$17.7 billion (June 2015)The Name Aliko Dangote has become a household name. Aliko Dangote is a Nigerian billionaire businessman. He is the Chairman & CEO of Dangote Group. His major area of interest includes in commodities. Dangote Group has a very strong business influence in Nigeria and Africa at large. Dangote Group of company do their operations in Nigeria and some African Nations. These countries includes the following. Benin, Cameroon, Ghana, South Africa, Togo and Zambia. According to Forbes, by the last January 2015, he had an estimated net worth of US$18.6 billion.
AGE: 62 OCCUPATION: Founder of Globacom, Chairman of ConoilNET WORTH: $4.1 billion (June 2015)The owner of the Conoil, who was to buy buy the defunct Africa Petroleum now known as Forte oil, Mike Adenuga, happens to be a Nigerian and a business guru. When we talk about black rich people, we are talking about the people like Mike Adenuga whom according to research is one of the richest black people in the world.
AGE: 64OCCUPATION: Business tycoon: oil and printing industriesNET WORTH: $2.2 billion(June 2015)
Folorunsho Alakija is the Richest woman in Nigeria as at now. A Nigerian businesswoman According to report,
OCCUPATION: Bussiness tycoon: oil
NET WORTH: $1.1 Billion (June 2015)
General Theophilus Yakubu Danjuma GCON FSS psc is a Nigerian General, politician and multi-millionaire businessman and philanthropist. He was the Nigerian Army Chief who led troops to assainate the head of State JT Aguyi. A General in the Nigeria Army from on the 1975 July to October 1979. He served as the Minister of Defence under Olusegun Obasanjo. Danjuma is chairman of South Atlantic Petroleum (SAPETRO).
OCCUPATION: Chairman of Forte Oil Plc
NET WORTH: $1.06 Billion (June 2015)
How many could still remember the El Rufai’s BPE season when he eventually sold almost all the federal govt establishment. Femi Otedola was one of those beneficiary In fact, he bought the defunct African Petroleum. A wealthy Nigerian businessman. He is Chairman and CEO of the Forte Oil Plc formerly called African Petroleum (AP). As it appears now, it seems among the two Nigerian apartAliko Dangote to appear on the 2009 Forbes list of 793 dollar-denominated billionaires in the world. His net worth is estimated as S$1.2 billion. Research have shown thatFemi Otedola is the Nigerian President and Chief Executive Officer of Zenon Petroleum and Gas limited a foreign petroleum company.