The Richest African Man For 2012 Is Aliko Dangote – See Richest Africans’ List By Forbes

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Nov 22, 2012 – The Richest African Man For 2012 Is Aliko Dangote – See Richest Africans List By Forbes

According to Forbes Magazine latest report, Nigerian Billionaire Aliko Dangote has been named the richest man in Africa in 2012. www.naijagists.com

In the report, 11 other Nigerian millionaires made Forbes Africa 40 Richest list.

On the top of the list is Aliko Dangote with Net worth  $12 billion.

He exports Dangote cement to over 14 African countries.

Other wealthy Nigerians who top the list are:

Mike Adenuga, CEO of Globacom with Net worth $4.6 billion

Jim Ovia who into Oil & Telecommunication biz (net worth $825 million)

Abdulsamad Rabiu, the CEO of BUA Group

Chief (Mrs) Folorunsho Alakija, a top fashion designer

General Theophilus Danjuma

Oba Otudeko

Mohammed Indimi

O.B. Lulu-Briggs

Sani Bello

Hakeem Belo-Osagie

Below is a complete list of the Richest Africans in 2012 by Forbes Magazine

Richest Africans In 2012

Rank     Name             Net Worth,  Age
1     Aliko Dangote     $12 billion  ,          55
2     Nicky Oppenheimer & family $6,400 Billion ,   67
3     Johann Rupert & family    $5,700 billion,     62
4     Nassef Sawiris $5,500 billion,     51
5     Mike Adenuga $4,600 billion    59
6     Christoffel Wiese $3,700b     71
7     Othman Benjelloun $2,750 b    80
8     Patrice Motsepe $2,650b     50
9     Naguib Sawiris $2,500 b    58
10    Mohamed Mansour $2,200b     64
11    Onsi Sawiris $2,170 b    82
12     Miloud Chaabi $2,100b     83
13     Yasseen Mansour $2,000 b    51
14     Youssef Mansour $1,950b     67
15     Desmond Sacco $1,400 b    70
16     Anas Sefrioui $1,350b     55
17     Stephen Saad $975 million    48
18     Sudhir Ruparelia $900 million    56
19     Jim Ovia $825million     58
20     Shafik Gabr $720 million    60
21     Abdulsamad Rabiu $675 million    –
21     Cyril Ramaphosa $675million     60
23     Lauritz (Laurie) Dippenaar $625 million     64
24     Folorunsho Alakija $600 million    61
24     Theophilus Danjuma $600 million    73
26     Oba Otudeko $575 million     68
27     Raymond Ackerman $550 million    81
27     Mohammed Indimi $550 million    64
29     Samih Sawiris $525 million    55
30     Said Salim Bakhresa $520 million    63
31     Isabel dos Santos $500 million    39
31     Moulay Hafid Elalamy $500 million    52
31     O.B. Lulu-Briggs $500 million     82
34     Alami Lazraq $490 million    62
35     Gerrit Thomas (GT) Ferreira $480     64
36     Koos Bekker $450 million    59
37     Sani Bello $425 million    69
38     Jannie Mouton $415million     65
39     Naushad Merali $410 million    61
40     Hakeem Belo-Osagie $400 million    57

(Credit: Forbes Magazine)