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Top 20 Richest Men in Africa 2024: Their Age, Business and Net Worth

According to 2022 Forbes ranking, Aliko Dangote of Nigeria is Africa’s richest man. His net-worth is estimated at $13.5 billion.

9 Nigerians Make 2018 List Of Forbes 30 Most Promising Young Entrepreneurs In Africa

Every year since 2013, Mfonobong Nsehe has put together a list of 30 remarkable young entrepreneurs under the age of 35, who are making the most spectacular impact on business in Africa. Last year, only five Nigerians made it...

Top 10 World’s Billionaire: Jeff Bezos Surpasses Bill Gates, As The World’s Richest Person

Forbes has released the Top 10 richest people in the world and as usual Americans lead the way. Highlights Centi-billionaire Jeff Bezos secures the list’s top spot for the first time, becoming the only person to appear in the Forbes ranks...

20 Inspirational Quotes From The Wealthiest Africans

In the spirit of self-motivation, here are 20 inspirational quotes from a few members of Forbes Richest Africans. 20 Inspirational Quotes From The Wealthiest Africans 1. Aliko Dangote (Nigeria) ​ "If you don't have ambition, you shouldn't be alive". – Aliko Dangote 2....

Forbes 2017: Meet The 10 Wealthiest People in Africa

(This here is the updated list, released February, 2020 - These are the Richest People in Africa (2020): Their Age, Business and Net worth This year's forbes Africa’s Billionaires list is dominated by South Africans, who have a combined net...

Meet the 4 Most Promising Young Entrepreneurs In Nigeria (Forbes 2017)

In no particular order, below are the 4 Nigerians that appeared on 2017 forbes list of 30 most promising entrepreneurs under the age of 35… 1. Chude Jideonwo & Adebola Williams Founders, Red Media Jideonwo (32) and Williams (31) are co-founders and Partners...
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Delphine LaLaurie: The Serial Killer Who Sadistically Tortured and Killed Her Slaves for Fun

Delphine LaLaurie was a prominent New Orleans socialite in the early 19th century who became infamous for the atrocities...