Forbes Releases List Of Richest Men In Africa 2019

Forbes has discharged the full rundown of the Richest Men in Africa 2019. Aliko Dangote still remains the number 1. He, be that as it may, lost nearly $2bn contrasted with his last year’s value. The rundown was discharged on Wednesday.

Dangote’s evaluated $10.3 billion total assets is almost $2 billion not exactly a year prior.

Another Nigerian, Folorunsho Alakija was one of the extremely rich people, who endured a drop in their total assets between a year ago and this year, as she held No 19 on the 20-man list.

The rating magazine reports that Alakija’s total assets dropped because of a decrease in the estimation of one of Nigeria’s most gainful oil fields.

Mike Adenuga, the proprietor of Globacom, rose Africa’s fifth most extravagant man. He merits an expected $9.2 billion.

Others are Nigeria’s concrete head honcho Abdulsamad Rabiu, who runs and possesses the BUA Group, remaining at number 16 on the rundown out of the blue since 2015.

See Full List Below;

#1 Aliko Dangote $10.3 B; Age – 61; Source of Wealth: cement, sugar, flour
#2 Mike Adenuga $9.2 B; Age – 65. telecom, oil
#3 Nicky Oppenheimer $7.3 B; Age – 73. diamonds
#4 Nassef Sawiris $6.3 B; Age – 57. construction, chemicals
#5 Johann Rupert $5.3 B; Age – 68. luxury goods
#6 Issad Rebrab $3.7 B; Age – 75. food
#7 Naguib Sawiris $2.9 B; Age – 64. telecom
#8 Koos Bekker $2.3 B; Age – 66. media, investments
#8 Isabel dos Santos $2.3 B; Age – 45. investments
#8 Mohamed Mansour $2.3 B; Age – 70. diversified

#8 Strive Masiyiwa $2.3 B; Age – 57. telecom

#8 Patrice Motsepe $2.3 B; Age – 56. mining
#13 Aziz Akhannouch $2.1 B; Age – 58. petroleum, diversified
#14 Mohammed Dewji $1.9 B; Age – 43. diversified
#15 Othman Benjelloun $1.7 B; Age – 86. banking, insurance
#16 Abdulsamad Rabiu $1.6 B; Age – 58. cement, sugar
#17 Yasseen Mansour $1.5 B; Age – 57. diversified
#18 Youssef Mansour $1.2 B; Age – 73. diversified
#19 Folorunsho Alakija $1.1 B; Age – 68. oil
#19 Michiel Le Roux $1.1 B; Age – 69. banking