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Black Billionaires, 10 Top World Richest Black Man in The World 2016

The list of Black Billionaires, 10 Top World Richest Black Man / Women in The World 2016

NaijaQuest list of Black Billionaires consist of 11 not 10 richest blacks in the world 2016 with reference to the latest forbes ranking of richest black person in the world

The list of Black Billionaires, 10 Top World Richest Black Man / Women in The World 2016 forbes

Starting from the number 11 spot

11. Abdulsamad Rabiu

Abdulsamad Rabiu Net worth is $1 billion
Sector Invested In: Cement Sugar
Nationalty / Country: Nigerian
Date of birth , Age : 4, August 1960
Abdulsamad Rabiu is the son of a successful Nigerian business man Isyaku Rabiu and the founder of a Nigerian conglomerate, BUA Group. The group turn over an approximate annual revenue of $2 billion from interest in cement production, sugar refining, oil gas, shipping, real estate, steel and port concessions.

10. Femi Otedola

Femi Otedola Net worth
Sector Invested In: Oil, Gas Stations
Nationalty / Country: Nigerian
Femi Otedola Date of birth , Age : 1962
A successful business man with the largest share in one of the largest downstream oil company in West Africa, Forte Oil. Forte Oil owns fuel storage depots, gas stations and engine oil manufacturing plants

9. Michael Jordan
Michael Jordan Net worth is $1 billion
Sectors invested in – Basketball, Brand Patnership
Nationalty / country – American, USA
Michael Jordan date of birth , Age : February 17, 1963
Acclaimed as the greatest basketball player in the world, he his the largest shareholder of Charlotte Bobcats and his brand Jordan partnership with Nike is a $1 billion deal

8. Mohammed Ibrahim
Mohammed Ibrahim Net worth is $1.1 billion
Sectors invested in – Mobile Telecommunication, Investments
Nationalty / country – Britain / Sudanese
Mohammed Ibrahim date of birth , Age : 1946
The founder of Celtel Telecommunication, one of africa’s first and successful mobile phone companies. He later sold Celtel to MTC of kuwait in 2005 for $3.4 billion. He is also the founder of Mo Ibrahim Prize for Achievement in African Leadership

7. Folorunsho Alakija
Folorunsho Alakija Net worth is $1.9 billion
Sectors invested in – Oil, Fashion
Nationalty / country – Nigerian
Folorunsho Alakija Date of birth , Age : 1951
The second richest woman in Africa, and the third richest black woman in the world, she made her money from oil. The founder of Famfa Oil, a company that owns a lucrative oil block on the Agbami deep water oilfield in Nigeria

6. Patrice Motsepe
Patrice Motsepe Net worth is $2.1 billion
Sectors invested in – Minning
Nationalty / country – South African
Patrice Motsepe date of birth, Age: January 28, 1962
The richest South African, tagged South Africa’s first black billionaire. He is the founder and chairman of African Rainbow Minerals, also having stakes in Sanlam, a financial services firm. Patrice a football lover is also the president and owner of Memelodi Sundowns Football Club

5. Oprah Winfrey
Oprah Winfrey Net worth is $2.9 billion
Sectors invested in – Media
Nationalty / Country – American, USA
Oprah Winfrey date of birth, age:
Before she stepped down, she was tagged as the queen of daytime TV, loved by many. Oprah is the richest African American person in the world. she owns her own cable channel, OWN (Oprah Winfrey Network). Oprah is the second richest black women in the world

4. Isabel Dos Santos
Isabel Dos Santos Net worth is $3.3 billion
Sectors invested in – Business investment
Nationalty / Country – Angola
Isabel Dos Santos date of birth, age: April 20, 1973
richest black women in the world and the richest african woman is the daughter of the current Angola’s president, Jose Eduardo dos Santos. She leveraged on her father’s political connections to build an impressive business portfolio for herself. She owns 25% stake in Angola’s largest mobile phone network, Unitel. she also has a stake in a bank, Banco BIC. Isabel also owns approx 7% of Galp Energia, an Oil and gas firm in Portugal

3. Mike Adenuga
Mike Adenuga Net worth is $4 billion
Sector Invested In: Oil, Telecommunication
Nationalty / Country: Nigerian
Mike Adenuga date of birth , Age: April 29, 1953
Mike owns one of Nigeria’s largest indigenous Oil exploration companies, Conoil producing. He also owns one of the largest mobile telecommunication company in Nigeria, Globacom

2. Mohammed Al-Amoudi
Mohammed Al-Amoudi Net worth si $10.9 billion
Nationalty / Country – Saudi Arabian / Ethiopian
Sectors invested in – Oil
Mohammed Al-Amoudi date of birth , age; July 21, 1946
Made is money from oil and construction, a half Saudi Arabian {Father} and half Ethiopian {Mother}. His first fortune came from construction in Saudi Arabia. He also owns a stake in the National Oil Company of Ethiopia, plus oil refineries in Morocco, Sweden and oil fields in West Africa

1. Aliko Dangote
Aliko Dangote Net worth is $15.7 billion
Sectors invested in Cement, Sugar, Flour Manufacturing
Nationalty / Country – Nigerian
Aliko Dangote date of birth, Age: April 10, 1957
The world richest black person, The richest African man made his fortune from manufacturing and trading of cement, sugar and flour. Dangote Cement is the largest manufacturer of cement in Africa. Dangote has also branch into oil refinery, his refinery will be ready in 2016

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Updated: August 20, 2017 — 6:04 pm

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