Friday, December 6, 2019

Cosmas Maduka turned $1 to $800 million

Dr Cosmas Maduka is a prominent figure in the Nigerian Business Sector with a current Net Worth of about $800 million (about 290 billion Niara) and the Chief Executive Officer of Coscharis Group of Companies with a Head Office at victoria island Lagos.  He was born in the city of Jos on 24 December...

Sijibomi at 33, making billions with Real Estate

Investing In Real Estate has always been a Gold mine for people who work the angle right. It is safe to say that Sijibomi Ogundele is one who continues to Excel in the real estate field.  He is a man to watch out for as far as the revolution of Nigeria’s prime real estate...

The youngest billionaire in Nigeria: Igho Sanomi

Forbes Magazine described Igho Sanomi as “One of the new generation of young professionals in Nigeria who are establishing themselves as young leaders of the private sector business community.” Known to be among the youngest billionaires in Nigeria, with a net worth of over 1.3billion dollars. He is the CEO of Televeras group, a...

Nigeria’s Top Earners

It's pretty easy to tell who the top earner of a company is when you step in. you guessed right, it's usually the CEO. Most times the companies success determines every CEO's earning. here is a compiled list of a few of Nigeria's top earners according to 2018 financial report of companies in Nigeria.

Meet Young Nigerian billionaires under 40

Nigeria; popular regarded as the giant of Africa, considering it has the largest economy of Africa with a Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of over $590 billion and also being the most populous country in Africa. Thanks to the steady growth of young entrepreneurs it is assured that Nigeria in future would continue to stay relevant in competing...

4 Nigerians amongst the 13 top Richest Blacks alive

It is without a doubt that Nigerians are known to be innovative and resourceful. Of the 2,153 people who made it to the 2019 FORBES list of the World’s Billionaires, 13 of them are blacks and of these 13 black people, 4 of them are Nigerians, with Aliko Dangote, a Cement and commodities tycoon retaining his title...

Arthur Eze, Nigeria’s Number One philanthropist

"Oil has to benefit all citizens and education is key to development." Arthur Eze Arthur Eze is a Nigerian oil mogul, philanthropist and the CEO of Atlas Oranto Petroleum International Limited, one of the largest privately-held Nigerian exploration and production group. He also holds different positions on various boards in different sectors across Nigeria....

Bola Shagaya; one of Africa’s most industrious billionaires

Hajia Bola Muinat Shagaya is one of the most successful entrepreneurs in Nigeria and Africa, highly recognised with the likes of Folorunsho Alakija as one of the richest women in Africa. Bola Shagaya is the founder and CEO of Bolmus Group International, a conglomerate with holdings in real estate, oil and gas, banking and photography. Unlike...

First female chairman of Firstbank; Ibukun Awosika

No doubt, when we dare believe in ourselves dreams are actualized. For it takes passion to overcome the thoughts of giving up when faced with disappointments and other challenges. This indeed highlights the success story of Ibukun Awosika, a woman who against all odds totally believed in herself. Today she is an achiever and she admonishes young...

Rising through challenges; The story of Dantata

Once recognized as the richest Nigerian and one of the few richest in Africa in the early 1950s before he passed away. Alhaji Alhasssan Dantata whose major occupation was trading was born in 1877, brought up, stayed, died on the 17th of August 1955 and was buried in Kano. Alhaji Dantata while alive was...

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