Thursday, 2 January 2014

Aliko Dangote Tops Forbes List Of 'The Biggest African Billionaire Gainers In 2013'

The rich are getting richer, No one made bigger bucks in Africa in 2013 than the continent’s richest man, Aliko Dangote. The Nigerian cement, sugar and flour mogul saw his fortune soar $10.1 billion, or 79% through Wednesday, the 31st of December 2013. The biggest catalyst was his Dangote Cement shares which has experienced a 74% run-up over the last 12 months. He is now worth $22.9 billion according to FORBES’s most recent statistics, up from $12.8 billion at the end of December 2012.
Africa's richest woman, Folorunsho Alakija and Mike Adenuga also made the list.
See full list below.



1. Aliko Dangote
Net Worth: $22.9 billion
Up: $10.1 billion (79%)

2. Isabel dos Santos
Net Worth: $3.7 billion
Up: $2.8 billion (311%)

3. Christo Wiese
Net Worth: $6.5 billion
Up: $2.4 billion (58.5%)

4. Folorunsho Alakija
Net Worth: $2.5 billion
Up: $1.9 billion (317%)

5. Johann Rupert
Net Worth: $7.8 billion
Up: $1.4 billion (22%)

6. Nassef Sawiris
Net Worth: $6.6 billion
Up: $1 billion (18%)

7. Mohammed Mansour
Net Worth: $3.1 billion
Up: $900 million (41%)

8. Koos Bekker
Net Worth: $1.2 billion
Up: $750 million  (167%)

9. Abdulsamad Rabiu
Net Worth: $1.2 billion
Up: $550 million (85%)

10. Yasseen Mansour
Net Worth: $2.4 billion
Up: $400 million (20%)

11. Yasseen Mansour
Net Worth: $2.4 billion
Up: $400 million (20%)

12. Stephen Saad
Net Worth: $1.45 billion
Up: $350 million (31.8%)

13. Youssef Mansour
Net Worth: $2.3 billion
Up: $350 million (18%)


14. Nicky Oppenheimer
Net Worth: $6.6 billion
Up: $100 million (1.5%)

15. Mike Adenuga
Net Worth: $4.7 billion
Up: $100 million (2.2%)

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