2020: List of 5 richest women in Nigeria and how they amassed it
There are a lot of rich people all over Nigeria, who are well known in Africa and the world
They are both women and big business and self-serving politicians
In this list you will find the names of 5 richest women in Nigeria
God has provided Nigeria with famous financiers, and businessmen. Let's look at the lives of Nigeria's richest women.
Alakija is a successful businessman, who has raised billions of naira. She is currently the richest woman in Nigeria and the second richest woman in Africa.
The 69-year-old was a philanthropist. She is also the Vice President of Famfa Oil Limited.
Shagaya is the managing director of Practiol Limited, one of Nigeria's leading importers.
Not a single night she accumulated wealth, she started working for the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) before starting a business in 1983.
3. Daisy Danjuma.
Danjuma is a lawyer who has returned to politics. She is the 3rd richest woman in Nigeria. She held the Senate seat of South Edo, between 2003 and 2007.
The 68-year-old woman holds the chairmanship of SAPETRO. Daisy is currently a member of the Nigerian Bar Association. Daisy is one of Nigeria's richest men.
4. Fifi Ejindu
Fifi is a big businesswoman, and she specializes in house painting. She is the 4th richest woman in Nigeria.
She is currently involved in the oil and gas industry. A successful businesswoman and philanthropist, she was the granddaughter of King James Ekpo Bassey, of Cobham, Calabar.
5. Dr Stella Okoli
Dr Stella is a senior pharmacist and owner of Emzor Pharmaceuticals. She is a woman who often helps the poor and needy, helping them with medicine and health care. She holds the chair of MAN. She is the 5th richest woman in Nigeria.
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