Forbes 2019 Africa's richest billionaires: Nigerians complain about how Dangote's wealth has dropped

Forbes 2019 Africa's richest billionaires: Nigerians complain about how Dangote's wealth has dropped

- Nigerians are complaining after they found out Dangote's net worth

- Forbes recently released the list for 2019 richest billionaires in Africa and Dangote topped the list again

- His net worth, however, dropped from 2018's $12.4 billion to $10.3 billion this 2019, and Nigerians are not happy about it

The 2019 Forbes' list of richest billionaires in Africa was recently released and Nigerians have one or two things to say about it. The list of twenty business moguls was topped by Nigeria's very own Aliko Dangote.

Legit.ng had earlier reported that Aliko Dangote, Mike Adenuga Folorunsho Alakija and Abdulsamad Rabiu were named as Africa's richest billionaires. The list contains twenty African business mogul.

According to the list, Dangote's current net worth is $10.3 billion as opposed to the $12.4 billion he made in 2018.

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It was also reported that he made $25 billion in 2015, which means the billionaires' net worth had been gradually dropping, despite topping the list for the eighth time in a row.

According to the list, Dangote's current net worth is $10.3 billion as opposed to the $12.4 billion he made in 2018.

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It was also reported that he made $25 billion in 2015, which means the billionaires' net worth had been gradually dropping, despite topping the list for the eighth time in a row.

After Forbes released the list, Nigerians took to social media to make complains about why the billionaires' net worth dropped.

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It had been reported that his net worth dropped due to a drop in the stock price of cement which is Dangote's most valuable asset.

However, Nigerians shared post on Twitter complaining that the drop in the net worth was due to how the economy of the country is run.

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