NEWEST Top 20 African Rich List

This came out of Uganda. I am not sure how accurate it is, but it makesfascinating reading. Some of these guys are reputed to be more wealthy than Bill Gates.

Top 20 African Rich List.

1. Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo (EST $65 Billion)
President of Equatorial Guinea since 1979

2. Muammar al-Gaddafi ($56 Billion)
Leader and Guide of the Revolution, the Libyan Leader

3. Dr. Mike Adenuga ($27 Billion)
Chairman of Globacom, a Telecommunications company

4. Onsi Sawiris ($20 Billion)
Egptian Businessman who heads Orascom, Telecommunicatons Company

5. Mohammed Al Amoudi ($ 9 Billion)
Ethiopian Business man, Oil, Gas, Mining, Hotels, Agriculture and hospitals

6. Aliko Dangote ($ 4 Billion)
Nigerian Businessman, Dankotes businesses include food processing, cement
manufacturing and freight

7. Strive Masiyiwa ($ 3.5 Billion)
(aka Bill Gates of Africa) is a Zimbabwean businessman and cellphone
pioneer, founding Econet Wireless.

8. Robert Mugabe ($ 3 Billion)
President of Zimbabwe

9. Mohamed Fayed ($ 3 Billion)
Eqyptian Businessman. His Business interests include Harrods department
store in London and Fulham, an English Premiership football club.

10. Ibru Family ($ 2.5 Billion)
Hotels and Banking in Africa, Nigerian Businesses

11. Femi Otedola ($ 2 Billion)
Nigerian Business man, Business interests include Zenon Oil and other Oil

12. Yoweri Museveni ($ 1.7 Billion)
Yoweri Kaguta Museveni was born into a family of cattle keepers in Ankole,
Western Uganda. His name was taken from the Abasuveni, who were Ugandan
servicemen in the Seventh Regiment of the Kings African rifles. Uganda's
economy began to grow steadily and poverty levels have dropped by 45% since
1992. Mr Museveni has been praised for liberalising the economy and he
appealed to the Asian business community expelled by Idi Amin to return and
invest. Primary & Secondary school education enrolment has doubled, HIV
levels have dropped because of an impressive anti-Aids campaign spear-headed
by the president.

Mr Museveni also began carving out a position as an African statesman. Mr
Museveni is a man with a vision. He is also a man who believes strongly that
he has the capacity to lead Uganda..He has surpressed all the opposition in
Uganda including FDC

13. Olusegun Obasanjo ($ 1.3 Billion)
President of Nigeria

14. Anis haggar ($ 1.3 Billion)
Sudanese industrialist

15. Mo Ibrahim ($ 1.2 Billion)
A Sudanese, the founder of Celtel International

16. Arap Moi ($ 1.2 Billion)
Daniel Toroitich Arap Moi, President of Kenya 1978 – 2002

17. Musa Danjuma (EST $ 1.2 Billion)
Musa Danjuma, A Nigerian Businessman, Business Interests include real estate
and shipping

18. Patrice Motsepe (EST $ 1.2 Billion)
South African entrepreneur, has interests in gold, ferrous metals, base
metals, and platinum

19. Madhvani Family (EST $ 800 Million)
Roni Madvani, a Ugandan Business man Business interests include Uganda
Tourism Board and Hotels

20. Cyril Ramaphosa (EST $ 600 Million)
Cyril Ramaphosa South African business man and politician Business interests
include Shaduka Holdings, Bidvest Group, MTN Group and SASRIA Limited.
(ZimEye, Zimbabwe)

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