Nigerian female entrepreneur gets featured alongside world richest man in Forbes magazine

Nigerian female entrepreneur gets featured alongside world richest man in Forbes magazine

- Entrepreneur and philanthropist Elizabeth Jack-Rich has been featured on Forbes China alongside Jeff Bezos

- Jack-Rich, who is the founder and CEO of Elin Group, says she admires Bezos' tenacity towards success and his business drive

- The entrepreneur was featured in the May Issue 2020 of Forbes China

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A Nigerian entrepreneur and philanthropist, Elizabeth Jack-Rich, has been featured in the May Issue 2020 of Forbes China alongside world's richest man Jeff Bezos.

According to her post on Instagram, she said she was super excited to be featured in the May Issue 2020 alongside Bezos.

Jack-Rich said she admires the billionaire businessman's tenacity towards success and his business drive.

She said the photoshoot was done in Nigeria and featured all Nigerian creatives at her request.

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Jack-Rich, who is the founder and CEO of Elin Group, has helped her organisation establish a robust presence across a diverse range of sectors.

In other news, businessman and Amazon founder Jeff Bezos is the richest man in the world. He is the wealthiest man in modern history with a net worth of $149.4 billion, but not the wealthiest man of all time.

Mansa Musa, the 14th-century emperor of Mali, is believed to be the richest man ever with a net worth of $400 billion.

The emperor, who made his fortune from gold and salt, ruled from 1312 to 1337.

Rudolph Butch Ware, associate professor of history at the University of California, said it is almost impossible to describe how wealthy and powerful the ruler truly was.

Mansa Musa, who was born in 1280 into a family of rulers, inherited the throne when his brother Mansa Abu-Bakr abdicated to go on an expedition.

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that in a bid to transform Africa's healthcare system, three Nigerian entrepreneurs identified as Adegoke Olubusi, Tito Ovia, and Dimeji Sofowora launched a healthcare technology provider called Helium Health.

The company co-founded by the three 2019 Forbes 30 Under 30 honorees announced it had raised $10 million (3,895,300,000) in Series A round, led by Global Ventures and Asia Africa Investment & Consulting (AAIC).

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