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Top 29 Billionaire CEOs In Africa; Nigeria's Top 5

Meet the 29 Africans who are worth $1 billion or more:
1. Aliko Dangote - $15.7 billion
Nigerian, Cement, Flour, Sugar
2. Johann Rupert & Family - $7.4 billion
South African, Luxury Goods
3. Nicky Oppenheimer & Family, $6.7 billion
South African, Diamonds

4 Christoffel Wiese, $6.3 billion
South African, Retail
5. Nassef Sawiris, $6.3 billion
Egyptian, Construction
6. Mike Adenuga, $4 billion
Nigerian, Telecoms and Oil
7. Mohamed Mansour, $4 billion
Egyptian, Diversified
8. Nathan Kirsh, $3.9 billion
Swaziland. Real Estate
9. Isabel Dos Santos, $3.1 billion
Angolan, Investments
10. Issad Rebrab, $3.1 billion
Algerian, Diversified
11. Naguib Sawiris, $3.1 billion
Egyptian, Telecoms
12. Youssef Mansour, $2.9 billion
Egyptian, Diversified
13. Koos Bekker, $2.3 billion
South African, Media
14. Othman Benjelloun, $2.3 billion
Moroccan, Banking
15. Yasseen Mansour, $2.3 billion
Egyptian, Diversified
16. Patrice Motsepe, $2.1 billion
South African, Mining
17. Stephen Saad, $2.1 billion
South African, Pharmaceuticals
18. Mohamed Al Fayed, $2 billion
Egyptian, Property
19. Folorunsho Alakija, $1.9 billion
Nigerian, Oil
20. Onsi Sawiris, $1.8 billion
Egyptian, Diversified
21. Aziz Akhannouch, $1.7 billion
Moroccan, Diversified
22. Allan Gray, $1.6 billion
South African, Investments
23. Miloud Chaabi, $1.3 billion
Moroccan, Diversified
24. Mohammed Dewji, $1.3 billion
Tanzanian, Diversified
25. Samih Sawiris, $1.1 billion
Egyptian, Property Development
26. Sudhir Ruparelia, $1.1 billion
Ugandan, Property, Banking
27. Femi Otedola, $1 billion
Nigerian, Gas Stations
28. Abdulsamad Rabiu, $1 billion
Nigerian, Diversified
29. Rostam Azizi, $1 billion
Tanzanian, Telecoms

Are you supposed to be on this list but wasn't listed, let me know why you chose to be private *winks*

*Toast to you*


Jenny,me? Private? How? Since when? Lol... Thanks for the update. ‪#Quick‬Downloads™101

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