Richest Men, People In Nigeria 2012 – Current List & Names

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Nov 12, 2012 – Richest Men, People In Nigeria 2012 – Current List & Names

The most asked question by most Nigerians is Who are the current richest men in Nigeria today?

Before answering your question, permit me to say Nigeria is a land blessed with opportunities in which most of her citizens are not aware of.

Nigeria has produced more billionaires than most countries of the world.

According to NaijaGists.com latest report, the names and the net worth of the richest men in Nigeria as at this year 2012 can be viewed below.

List & Names Of Current Richest Men In Nigeria 2012

  • Aliko Dangote – net worth $13.5 Billion, into cement, flour and salt production.
  • Mike Adenuga – net worth $4.3 Billion, into telecommunication business
  • Jim Ovia – Into Banking net worth $775 million
  • Theophilus Danjuma – oil business – $600 million
  • Oba Otudeko – into manufacturing and telecommunication biz – net worth $550 million
  • Hakeem Belo Osagie – into telecommunication business $450 million
  • Abdulsamad Rabiu – into cement,flour and sugar production business $400 million
  • Mohammed Indimi – Into oil business net worth $330 million

Other richest men in Nigeria whose asset have not been declared include:

  • General Olusegun Obasanjo, Ex- Nigerian president – Into farming business
  • General Ibrahim Babangida – into Telecommunication and oil business
  • Asiwaju Bola Tinubu¬† – Politician

14 thoughts on “Richest Men, People In Nigeria 2012 – Current List & Names

  1. it’s good knowing these people but i think it is better if youths can be enlightened on how these people made their way to the top. Let them share their experiences.

  2. Arewa Consultative forum is asking the National Assembly of Nigeria to probe the claim that Northerners own 83% of Nigeria’s individually owned oil blocks. They claim that no Northerm billionaire derives his wealth from oil. Sometimes one wonders on which planet the ACF officials live. The names Danjuma. Mohammed Ndimi, Babangida and others either mean nothing to them or, perhaps they are from Cross River State. It is a sad commentary the a nation the size and wealth of Nigeria has to reliy on crude oil for everything and some people believe their very lives depend on it. Shame on all of you ACF lazy bones.

  3. WHEN U ARE RICH AND UR ‘BROTHER’ IS POOR, WHAT IS THE NEED? ALL OF THEM ARE THIEVES, BLOOD SUCKING MONSTERS AND SPONSORS OF EVIL. THEY STEP ON MANY TOES IN ORDER TO HAV THEIR WAYS. MAY GOD HAV MERCY ON YOU ALL: “AMEN”

  4. out of all d richest man in Nigeria, is only Aliko Dangote dat has clean money among them. Am sure someday the poor will get rich and I don’t pray d rich get poor

  5. Is good to be rich. but what is the benefit the money u have wit out help people in society he’s only alhaji aliko dangote employ 3000 people in nigeria god bless u sir u will be number one in the world by god grass

  6. No man on earth want to be poor,so to be rich is good but let us alway carry our poor brethren along,God bless dangote.

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