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The issue of fire is no longer news in Lagos, that is why the Lagos State Government have not relented in her efforts to put important facilities to ameliorate the situation. It was a thing of joy for the people of Epe and environs as the state governor His Excellency Mr BabaJide Sanwo Olu opens the newly built Lagos Response Unit yesterday.
Mike adenuga is the second Nigeria richest man and second richest man in Africa . After Dangote He was born on 29th April 1953 (aged 66). Married with two wives and 7 children. He made his first million by selling lace and distributing soft drinks. He has a net worth of $7.7billion according to Forbes as of February 2020 Here are 2 Things Owned by Him .Mike Adenuga owns Globacom . It is the third largest mobile network in Nigeria with over 43 million users . Globacom is used in two other countries t
1. Mike Adenuga Mike Adenuga is currently the richest Yoruba man in Nigeria. He is a successful businessman and the owner of one of Nigeria largest Telecommunication Company, GLO. Also, he is the CEO of Conoil with several oil blocks in the country. Mike Adenuga is currently 65 years old and he is happily married with 7 children with a net worth of $5.8 billion. 2. Femi Otedola As the son of former governor of Lagos state, Femi Otedola made his fortune from a variety of business ventures. Born, on Octob
Whatever ways of investing money humanity would invent, investments in real estate will always remain relevant. The dividends are higher, especially if the mansion is expensive and situated in a prestigious area. Nigerian celebrities and businesspersons also do not lag behind. Every decent millionaire or celebrity in Nigeria want to acquire a house in the paradise corner of Lagos, Banana Island. Mike Adenuga takes the second place among the wealthiest men in Nigeria. Mike Adenuga owns Globacom and Conoil. I
An exploration and production company is in a specific sector within the oil and gas industry. It includes searching and extracting oil and gas. Exploration and production is known as the upstream segment of the oil and gas industry which includes the search, exploration, drilling and extraction phases. Majority of the oil exploration and production companies in Nigeria are foreign. Examples are ExxonMobil, chevron, shell, eni, Texaco etc. Below are some of the indigenous oil exploration and production in Nigeria
Mansions differ from each other, the big, the spacious, the luxurious, the smallest, these factors are determine your choices on the mansion you prefer. Today I bring to you the most expensive and luxurious mansion in Nigeria and you’ll be blown away at the bulging price. The most expensive and luxurious mansion in Nigeria is a 8 billion Naira mansion belonging to the second wealthiest man in the country, Mike Adenuga. Mike Adenuga owns Globacom and Conoil so it’s only befitting he has the funds to
Fear grips Conoil platform offshore workers, face food shortage, starvation *As prolonged stay onboard causes threat, tension among workers Conoil offshoot platform workers at Auntie Julie, Master P. and Ango field both in Ondo and Bayelsa states face food shortage, starvation and lack of care onboard. Our correspondent during the course of investigation gathered that the workers are left onboard at the various Conoil platforms without food and are staying up to two and 6 months onboard without crew
Properties worth millions of naira were destroyed in an early morning fire incident in Yola, Adamawa State. This is as a tanker, laden with fuel, exploded after it fell around the popular Maidoki roundabout, near PZ industrial Layout. The fuel tanker with registration number YLA 23 XM, According to Sahara Reporters, the fuel compartment of the tanker, owned by Conoil, detached and fell while the driver was negotiating the roundabout.
Mike Adenuga, the third most richest man in Africa. Proprietor of Globacom, and director of ConOil. Mike Adenuga likewise possesses a few different organizations in Nigeria and a few nations in Africa. Paddy Adenuga is one of Mike Adenuga's numerous kids, and he has followed his dad's strides. Paddy Adenuga is a rich man and he is the child, that is following the strides of his dad. There is no uncertainty that Paddy Adenuga's name will be among rundown of African extremely rich people, in years to come. In
The second-richest man in Nigeria, businessman Mike Adenuga makes most of his money in the mobile telecom and oil production industries, both on the investment and entrepreneurial side. With a net worth of $8 billion, Adenuga is the founder of one of Nigeria’s largest mobile phone networks and the oil exploration firm, Conoil Producing. He is 61 and credited with creating 6,080 jobs. Here are 12 things you didn’t know about Mike Adenuga. He supports Nigerian athletes After the Nigerian soccer team won t
Banana Island, Lagos State, Nigeria. Look at the house of the second richest man in Nigeria after Dangote. The house was beautifully built by the seaside in Banana Island, Lagos. I don't even know what to call the house, maybe it is an estate or a Castle or a mansion. The house in the middle is his while the houses on the sides are for his children from what i heard. Mike Adenuga is the owner of globacom aka glo in Nigeria. He's also the owner of Conoil filling stations in Nigeria. Due to his hard work and
Petroleum lines surfaced in parts of Abuja and neighboring conditions of Nasarawa and Niger on Monday night and strengthened on Tuesday. Drivers assaulted the couple of filling stations that administered petroleum, shaping long lines, while numerous different outlets were bolted. Most filling stations in the satellite towns of Abuja, for example, Kubwa, Bwari, Gwarimpa were closed as vendors said they had no item when our reporter visited the outlets on Tuesday morning.The NNPC filling station on Arab Road
A tanker conveying petrol fell and spilled fuel on the road at Western Avenue, Ojuelegba, Lagos State, on Wednesday. The tanker was said to have developed some mechanical fault in motion, causing the driver of the tanker to lose control. Speaking on the issue, the General Manager, Lagos State Emergency Management Agency (LASEMA), Olufemi Oke-Osanyintolu, said that the incident recorded no fatality and that emergency agencies and first responders had sealed off the area to prevent an escalation. Upon arriva
There is this expression that says ' desperate time calls for desperate measures'. This is why the government had no option than to do the needful to slash the pump price of petrol to oil marketers. As a result of the ongoing corona virus pandemic, the whole world is going through a recession, workers are asked to stay at home, restriction of movement to curtail the virus, companies have shut down, businesses are affected and the oil industries are highly affected. Our oil industry in Nigeria is feeling the
According to sources, Nigeria has 770 billionaires whose wealth is valued above 1.98 billion Naira each. Furthermore, this has been like that despite the fall of the naira and a nosedive in the prices of crude oil. I don’t know about you but that sounds very impressive to me. 1. Mike Adenuga Mike Adenuga is currently the richest Yoruba man in Nigeria. He is a successful businessman and the owner of one of Nigeria largest Telecommunication Company, GLO. Also, he is the CEO of Conoil with several oil blocks
A young man has been captured for allegedly trying to sleep with a partially mad woman somewhere in Shalom road, Abayi, Aba, Abia State. This news update came to light as a Facebook page @Igbokwenu shared the video on their Facebook page. According to men from the video, the alleged Igbo man who claimed he was from Ukwa, Obehie came to sleep with the partially mad woman for ritual. The man whose name was not mentioned on the video claimed he only came to give the partially mad woman stuffs he bought for her.
On Monday, women and women and satellite camps belonging to the Koluma community in the local government area of South Izawa in the state of Belesa raided a cone-owned crude oil production plant.
Shareholders of Conoil population at the weekend accepted income of N1.49 billion as money income for the 2019 employment year. Shareholders will earn an income per amount of N2. At the actual 31th annually careful conference clasped by brokers in Lagos, shareholders unanimously upheld the income earnings while committing the board and administration for thickness in the payment of income. Key passages of the auditorium economic outcomes for the year ended December 30, 2019 displayed that Conoil’s total income