Chief Michael Adeniyi Agbolade Ishola Adenuga Jr is Nigeria's second richest man, Africa's fifth richest man and number 440 on Forbes 2021 list of world's richest people, he was born on the 29th of April 1953 in Ibadan Oyo State. He is the owner and founder of Nigeria's second largest telecom operator, Globacom, he also has shares in Conoil and Equitorial Trust Bank.
The Nigerian Economy is one of the largest economies in Africa. The list of Africa's richest people is dominated by a Nigerian, this is not a surprise as the richest black man in the world (Aliko Dangote) is from Nigeria. It might be very difficult to ascertain the net worth of these billionaires but the most certified source which is the Forbes Magazine is the main reference of this article.
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Many Nigerians have constantly thrived to put the country on a more respectable pedestal.They have toiled tirelessly to put Nigeria and Africa at large on the grand scale of things.Mike Adenuga happens to be one of such people.
Nigeria is blessed with many prominent and inspiring men who strive to make sure they are successful in all they set to do.One of which is the amazing Chief Michael Adeniyi Agbolade Ishola Adenuga.He is a business man and the third richest man in Africa.
Veteran Yoruba actor, Prince Adewale Adeyemo popularly known in the industry as Baba Igbomina has identified the big role played by the chairman of Telecommunication giant, Globacom, Otunba Mike Adenuga, when he was seriously down with three strange ailments.
The NIN registration is an ongoing process that must be partook by every citizen in Nigeria. This is to protect the masses from any danger of cyber crimes or other physical ones. This also helps the government to track down miscreants and to ensure safe environment for the citizens which is why it is imperative for all to have their NIN. Due to the massive population, the Federal Government has decided to extend the deadline. Failure to register leads to blocking or disconnection of SIM cards. Unless you want
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Since the government of Nigeria issued a strong warning, that any subscriber identity module (SIM) card that does not have national identification number (NIN) linked to it will be blocked after a stipulated grace period, telecommunications operators in the country immediately stopped selling new SIM cards to people.
The joy of every father is to see that his children make him proud in all they set to do.Chief Machael Adeniyi Agbolade Ishola Adenuga, is the third richest man in Africa.
Jamila Umar Nagudu sees herself as the Queen of Kannywood, Because she is among the best preforming female actress in the film industry. She is not fluent in English but highly respected by the Hausa speaking community in Nigeria. Jamila has won several movie awards and has featured in several films, Song. She got recognition by the public through her boss Aminu Saira who is a veteran movie producer. She was a brand Ambassador for Globacom a popular fast growing mobile network In Nigeria. According to some online
Globacom has introduced a new prepaid rate that allows members to keep their phone numbers for a year even if they do not use the lines. Customers would not have to worry about their lines being stopped or canceled if they do not make calls, use internet, or send SMS, the company said in a statement on Wednesday.
Meet The Nigerian 2nd Richest Man, Michael Adeniyi Agbolade Ishola Adenuga, The Brain Behind Globacom
On the 29th day of April 1953 this second richest man in Nigeria, Michael Adeniyi Agbolade Ishola Adenuga was born to the family of Mr. Oloye Michael Agbolade Adenuga Senior and Mrs. Omoba Juliana Oyindamola Adenuga in Ibadan, Oyo State. The mother of Mike Adenuga, Mrs. Omoba Juliana was a businesswoman who was from royal Ijebu descent and that is where Mike got his business sense from.
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The ongoing National Identification Number (NIN) registration by Nigerians, and also linking it with thier Mobile numbers to avoid blocking of sim card by service providers as directed by the Federal Government, has been a very difficult exercise due to poor handling of the registration and also the short notice given by the Federal Government through the National Communication Commission. Nigerians at one point in time or the order have come out to cry out that the exercise has been very difficult and pleaded
Nigeria's three richest men, Aliko Dangote, Mike Adenuga, and Abdul-Samad Rabiu have seen their combined net worth risen by $5.7bn in just a year to $22.5bn, in a release of World’s Billionaires list by Forbes 2021.
I'm sure you know of the telecommunications network known as Globacom, or simply Glo. You probably even make use of it or have a friend or relative who does. Globacom is regarded as the second largest telecommunications network in Nigeria, and it's services even extends to other neighbouring countries such as Benin and Ghana. But do you know who the CEO of Globacom is? His name is Mike Adenuga. Mike Adenuga was born in the year 1953 in the Western part of Nigeria, Ibadan precisely. He used to be the second richest
The general overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), Pastor Enoch Adejare Adeboye has defied the federal government’s Twitter ban. The Popular Cleric reacted to the ban of the micro-blogging platform by posting a tweet on Monday, 7th of June, 2021 after the Federal government of Nigeria had on Friday, 4th of June, 2021 announced the indefinite suspension of Twitter platform.
Pantami Presides Over Ministerial Task Force Meeting on NIN-SIM Linkage Exercise. The Honourable Minister of Communications and Digital Economy, Dr Isa Ali Ibrahim Pantami is presiding over the 2nd High-level meeting of the Ministerial Task Force on the NIN-SIM Linkage exercise holding virtually. The high-level meeting is reviewing the progress report of the ongoing linkage exercise. All members of the taskforce are present at the meeting which include (s) 1. CEOs of NIMC, NCC, and NITDA; 2. CEOs of all Mobile