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    Metro What Nigerian Twitter users are saying about the 2019 Forbes’ African billionaires list – Pulse Nigeria – Nigeria

    This year’s billionaires club features the regulars - Aliko Dangote, Mike Adenuga and Folorunsho Alakija. Abdulsamad Rabiu also made the list. On Wednesday, January 10, Forbes released the 2019 ranking of Africa’s billionaires. It includes four people from Nigeria. Number one on the list is...
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    Business Richest Nigerian Men Without A University Degree - Business Insider

    Nigeria is one of few African countries prominence is given to acquiring tertiary education. Many families in Nigeria believe acquiring a degree as a precious fit and directly correlated with success in life. However, there are many cases of wealthy and successful businessmen in Nigeria without...
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    [Video] Forbes: 10 Richest Africans, 2017 In 60 Seconds

    One woman, Isabel dos Santos of Angola is among the top 10 richest Africans in 2017, in a list compiled by Forbes. As expected, Aliko Dangote, Nigerian business magnate is the richest African with a total net worth of $12.1bn.
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    Business Mike Adenuga Was the Only Nigerian Billionaire Who Got Richer in 2016 -FORBES

    Forbes is reporting that Nigerian Billionaire, Mike Adenuga got richer in 2016. ''The continent’s biggest gainer — in both dollar and percentage terms – is Nigerian oil and telecom tycoon Mike Adenuga, whose net worth increased $2.7 billion to $5.8 billion since December 31, 2015. No other...
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    Politics Obasanjo: As President, My Aim Was To Create 50 Billionaires But I Only Created 25

    Former President Olusegun Obasanjo has said that his administration was expected to create 50 Nigerian billionaires but unable to make it happen. Obasanjo said this on Saturday at the 2016 Tony Elumelu Foundation Entrepreneurship Forum. He said while reacting to an allegation by Alakija at the...
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    Metro Meet The 8 Silent Nigerian Billionaires

    True success is not always in the limelight. Sometimes, it is inconspicuous and subtle. Some ultra-wealthy Nigerian business tycoons and entrepreneurs who fall into this category are: Kola Aluko - is the Nigerian energy and aviation tycoon who founded oil trading firm Fossil Resources in 2001...