Money makes the world go round. If you have money, you can buy literally anything you want. As some people are struggling to make ends meet, others are reaping amidst the the covid-19 pandemic. Here is Africa's richest people according to Forbes ranking in 2021.
For a record ten years in a row, Dangote has been Africa's wealthiest man with an estimated net worth of $12.1 billion. He has added $2 billion from his last year's worth.
Second on the list is Nassef of Egypt who is an investor in renown footwear Adidas. He has a net worth of $ 8.5 billion
3. Nicky Openheimer
Nicky is a South African business mogul who has made a milestone in his field. He is an heir of De Beer which is the largest diamond producers having net worth of $ 8 billion.
4. John Rupert
This is also a South African businessman who is an heir and chairman of Richemont, the largest luxury watch markers in the world as we speak. He has a net worth of $7.2 billion
5. Mike Adenuga
He has a lot of investments and also the chairman of Globacom , the second largest telecommunication operation in Africa. He is estimated to have a net worth of $ 6.3 billion.
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