10. Idriss Déby - $50 million
Idriss Déby has been the president of Chad since 1990 and has won five elections.
9. Isaias Afwerki - $100 million
Isaias Afwerki is the president of Eritrea.
8. Abdel Fattah el-Sisi - $185 million
Abdel Fattah el-Sisi is the president of Egypt. His sources of wealth include land assets and family businesses.
7. King Mswati III - $200 million
King Mswati III is king of Swaziland. He is widely known for his many wives and expensive lifestyle. Among others, he owns a a private jet and expensive cars.
6. Cyril Ramaphosa - $450 million
Cyril Ramaphosa is the current president of South Africa. Before politics, he rose from poverty to become one of the richest men in South Africa. He has extensive investments in many industries.
5. Paul Kagame - $500 million
Paul Kagame is the president of Rwanda. He has investments in many local companies. It has been said that most of his wealth is hidden overseas.
4. Uhuru Kenyatta - $550 million
Uhuru Kenyatta is the current president of Kenya. His father was the first president of Kenya. Besides extensive chunks of land, he has invested in businesses like media and dairy.
3. Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo - $600 million
Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo is the president of Guinea. He has however been implicated in numerous corruption scandals.
2. Ali Bongo Ondimba - $1 billion
Ali Bongo Ondimba is the president of Gabon. He has invested in several lucrative businesses and owns expensive property oversees.
1. Mohammed VI - $5.8 billion
Mohammed VI the king of Morocco. He inherited a lot of wealth from his father and has continued to invest in several industries.
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