Umar Dikko: Beggar who reportedly owns 5 houses, sachet water factory, transport business

Umar Dikko: Beggar who reportedly owns 5 houses, sachet water factory, transport business

- One of the richest beggars in Nigeria is Alhaji Umar Dikko, who reportedly has four wives and 18 children

- The man is said to own five houses in Kano, transportation company and a sachet water factory

- Dikko is the king of beggars in the Ajegunle area of Lagos state

Alhaji Umar Dikko has turned begging into a money-spinner for himself as the beggar reportedly has five houses in his home state of Kano, a transportation company and a sachet water factory.

Dikko, who is the king of beggars in the Ajegunle area of Lagos state, has four wives and 18 children, Goldmyne TV reports.

Legit.ng notes that begging in Lagos and other parts of Nigeria has become rampant and many of the beggars are richer than those who take pity on their conditions and hand out stipend to them.

Below is a collage image of Dikko:

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In other news, a Ghanaian young man named Samuel Terkper has moved remarkably from a school drop out to become a CEO of an engineering company which takes massive orders from several companies and individuals in and around Accra.

Terkper Samuel the CEO of Don-Leaky Engineering Services (DLES) which currently has three different branches was born to Rebecca Terkper and Daniel Terkper who passed in 2005.

He entered the Institute of Chartered Accountants after finishing SHS but realised that his strength was not in education and decided to drop out to start something on his own.

"I dropped out to search for what God has given to me", Samuel indicated.

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Narrating how he found his path as a refrigeration engineer, the young CEO revealed that it was through a series of dreams.

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He said: "I usually dreamt and saw myself on buildings using the tools [like someone fixing air conditioners."

It appears as though the young CEO's path was purely directed by God as he narrated that he sometimes hears visible voices instructing him on how to fix the parts and solve some of the engineering problems, especially when he started out fresh.

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