Thursday, 22 November 2012

Dangote Still Rules Africa’s 40 Richest List 2012, 11 Other Nigerians Counted In. See The List.


Business mogul, Aliko Dangote can still hold his head high as the richest man in Africa just as the 2012 list of Africa’s 40 richest people came out with his name topping it.



According to Forbes, most of his net worth lies in publicly traded Dangote Cement which operates in 14 African countries. Nicky Oppenheimer of South Africa comes in once again as the second richest, with a $6.4 billion fortune – down $100 million from the previous year.

The coveted list features 12 Nigerian business moguls including Mike Adenuga, who ranks in the 5th position with a net worth of $4.6 billion from his telecoms and oil companies, Jim Ovia, who ranks in the 19th position with a net worth of $825 Million, Abdulsamad Rabiu, who heads BUA Group and is ranked 21st with a net worth of $675 Million, and Folorunsho Alakija, who is one of two women and ranked 24th with a net worth of $ 600 Million from the oil sector.

Just below Folorunsho Alakija on the list is 73 year old former Nigerian defense minister Theophilus Danjuma with a net worth of $600 Million from the oil sector at the 24th position, next to Theophilus Danjuma is 68 year old former banker and Honey Well group founder, Oba Otudeko with a net worth of $575 Million.

At the 27th position is Mohammed Indimi with a net worth of $550 Million from the oil and gas sector. At 82 years old, O.B. Lulu-Briggs also makes the list on the 31st spot with a net worth of $500 Million from the oil sector. On the 37th position is Sani Bello, former Nigerian military governor from Kano state and a one-time ambassador to Zimbabwe with a net worth of $425 Million.

Standing tall at the end of the list is Hakeem Belo-Osagie, the 57 year old Harvard-trained petroleum economist with an estimated $400 Million net worth from the oil sector.

To read all about Forbes Africa’s 40 Richest and their profiles Click here

1.Aliko Dangote- $12 Billion- 1st on the overall list- Dangote Group/other investments
2.Otunba Michael Adenuga- $4.6 Billion -5th on the list- Globacom & other investments
3.Jim Ovia- $825 Million-19th on the list- ZenithBank, Visafone etc
4.AbdulSamad Rabiu- $675 Million- 21st on the list- BUA Group
5.Folorunsho Alakija- $600 Million- 24th on the list-Famfa Oil
6.Theophilus Danjuma- $600 Million- Joint 24th with Folorunsho Alakija. former defense Minister
7.Obafoluke Otudeko- $575 Million- Honeywell Group & others
8.Mohammed Indimi- $550 Million- Oil investment, Babangida's in law
9.O.B Lulu Briggs- $500 Million- 31st on the list- Moni Pulo investment Limited
10.Sani Bello- $425 Million- 37th on the list, former Governor and Ambassador
11.Hakeem Bello-Osagie-$400 Million- 40th on the list, former UBA Chairman, Etisalat & others.


View the full Forbes Africa’s 40 Richest List
Rank Name Net Worth ($ mil) Age


1

Aliko Dangote
$12,000            55


2

Nicky Oppenheimer & family
$6,400           67


3

Johann Rupert & family
$5,700           62


4

Nassef Sawiris
$5,500            51


5

Mike Adenuga
$4,600          59


6

Christoffel Wiese
$3,700           71


7

Othman Benjelloun
$2,750            80


8

Patrice Motsepe
$2,650           50


9

Naguib Sawiris
$2,500           58


10

Mohamed Mansour
$2,200          64


11

Onsi Sawiris
$2,170               82


12

Miloud Chaabi
$2,100              83


13

Yasseen Mansour
$2,000           51


14

Youssef Mansour
$1,950             67


15

Desmond Sacco
$1,400              70


16

Anas Sefrioui
$1,350            55


17

Stephen Saad
$975          48


18

Sudhir Ruparelia
$900          56


19

Jim Ovia
$825                58


20

Shafik Gabr
$720            60


21

Abdulsamad Rabiu
$675 -


22

Cyril Ramaphosa
$675             60


23

Lauritz (Laurie) Dippenaar
$625            64


24

Folorunsho Alakija
$600             61


25

Theophilus Danjuma
$600              73


26

Oba Otudeko
$575               68


27

Raymond Ackerman
$550            81


28

Mohammed Indimi
$550             64


29

Samih Sawiris
$525           55


30

Said Salim Bakhresa
$520          63


31

Isabel dos Santos
$500           39


32

Moulay Hafid Elalamy
$500              52


33

O.B. Lulu-Briggs
$500            82


34

Alami Lazraq
$490            62


35

Gerrit Thomas (GT) Ferreira
$480             64


36

Koos Bekker
$450             59


37

Sani Bello
$425                69


38

Jannie Mouton
$415                65


39

Naushad Merali
$410                 61


40

Hakeem Belo-Osagie
$400          57

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