Dangote retained first position on African Billionaire list along with Adenuga and Rabiu

The CEO of Dangote group of company, Alh. Aliko Dangote remain in his first position since the last ten years on African billionaire list along with Mike Adenuga and Abdulsamad Rabiu

According to Forbes African Billionaire list released on Friday January 22, Aliko Dangote of dangote group remained top gainer in the last one year with two others Nigerian in the list, Mike Adenuga of Globacom at 5th position and Abdulsamad Rabiu of BUA groupp at 6th position in the list
The only two African women who usually present in the fall out this year, the first woman considered richest woman in Africa Isabel dos Santos was knocked from here position due series of court judgment freezing her assets in both Angola and Portugal and Folorunsho Alakija of Nigeria was also not reach the criteria due to fallen in ill price in the recent year

According to Forbes report, Dangote is the highest gainer followed by Nassef Sawiris of Egypt who gain most from his stake in sport wears maker, Addidas and number in the list is Nicky Oppenheimer of South Africa
The assets of 18 billionaire in Africa continent are estimated $73.4 bn which is worth 20 billionaire assets in the last one year

Out of this 18 billionaire, five billionaire are from South Africa and Egypt each while three are from Nigeria and two from Morocco

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