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List Of African Billionaires Released By Forbes, Aliko Dangote Still Leads The Pack

The list of billionaires from the African continent has been released and as usual, Nigeria’s Aliko Dangote is still leading the pack after a 30% increase in the share price of Dangote Cement, which is one of his companies.

The list, which was released by Forbes Magazine, identifies 18 billionaires from Africa. Second place was taken by Egyptian businessman, Nassef Sawiris, who owns a 6% share in sportswear giant, Adidas.

Below is the complete list of all the 18 billionaires from Africa.

 

  1. Aliko Dangote- $12.1 billion
  2. Nassef Sawiris- $9.2 billion
  3. Nicky Oppenheimer- $8.1 billion
  4. Johann Rupert- $7.2 billion
  5. Mike Adenuga- $6.2 billion
  6. Abdul Samad- $5.5 billion
  7. Issad Rebrab- $4.8 billion
  8. Naguib Sawiris- $3.5 billion
  9. Patrice Motsepe- $3 billion
  10. Koos Bekker- $2.8 billion
  11. Mohamed Mansour- $2.5 billion
  12. Aziz Akhanouch- $2 billion
  13. Mohammed Dewji- $1.6 billion
  14. Youssef Mansour- $1.5 billion
  15. Othman Benjellon- $1.3 billion
  16. Micheil Le Roux- $1.2 billion
  17. Strive Masiyiwa- $1.2 billion
  18. Yasseen Mansour- $1.1 billion

 

We are certain that a Ghanaian is going to make the list in the near future.

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List Of African Billionaires Released By Forbes, Aliko Dangote Still Leads The Pack

The list of billionaires from the African continent has been released and as usual, Nigeria’s Aliko Dangote is still leading the pack after a 30% increase in the share price of Dangote Cement, which is one of his companies.

The list, which was released by Forbes Magazine, identifies 18 billionaires from Africa. Second place was taken by Egyptian businessman, Nassef Sawiris, who owns a 6% share in sportswear giant, Adidas.

Below is the complete list of all the 18 billionaires from Africa.

 

  1. Aliko Dangote- $12.1 billion
  2. Nassef Sawiris- $9.2 billion
  3. Nicky Oppenheimer- $8.1 billion
  4. Johann Rupert- $7.2 billion
  5. Mike Adenuga- $6.2 billion
  6. Abdul Samad- $5.5 billion
  7. Issad Rebrab- $4.8 billion
  8. Naguib Sawiris- $3.5 billion
  9. Patrice Motsepe- $3 billion
  10. Koos Bekker- $2.8 billion
  11. Mohamed Mansour- $2.5 billion
  12. Aziz Akhanouch- $2 billion
  13. Mohammed Dewji- $1.6 billion
  14. Youssef Mansour- $1.5 billion
  15. Othman Benjellon- $1.3 billion
  16. Micheil Le Roux- $1.2 billion
  17. Strive Masiyiwa- $1.2 billion
  18. Yasseen Mansour- $1.1 billion

 

We are certain that a Ghanaian is going to make the list in the near future.

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