Today we bring you the kings of the land Igbo. The actors of the great Igbo dynasty. Men who have amassed so much wealth over the years that their future generation does not even have to work in their lives one day. Here is the list of the richest Igbo men in Nigeria, 2018 ..
10. Tony Elumelu
Tony Elumelu is a graduate economist and owner and founder of the Tony Elumelu Foundation. In recognition of his entrepreneurial expertise, he received several Nigerian awards. According to an impression published by Forbes a few years ago, his name was on the list of the 20 most powerful Africans. Its net worth is estimated at nearly one billion US dollars.
9. Vincent Amaechi Obianodo
Amaechi Obianodo, whose activities have grown to other sectors alongside his established company Young Shall Grow Motors Limited, is a diligent businessman. He started his business many years ago with the founding of The Young Shall Grow – a company founded in the early 1970’s.
8. Chef Arthur Eze
Arthur Eze is considered one of Africa’s leading trading magnates and is the CEO and head of a company, Atlas Oranto Petroleum, whose assets cover Nigeria and several other other West African countries.
7. Sir Emeka Offor
Sir Emeka Offor plays a leading role in managing the Chrome Group. Thanks to his extensive knowledge of local and international affairs, he has developed well in business. Despite the competitive nature of the industry, Sir Emeka’s business principles are supported by his charisma and passion to become one of the industry’s leading magnates.
6. Leo Stan Ekeh
Leonard Stanley Ekeh was born in Ubomiri Mbaitoli, a region of the state of Imo. He is known as a business expert and manager of Zinox Technologies Limited. In addition to its majority shareholder Zinox Technologies Limited, Leonard Stanley has formed a number of technology companies including TD Plus, Task Systems, ICT Brokers and others.
5. Tony Ezenna
After earning his entrepreneurial expertise through his partnership with Eastern Industrial Chemist, Tony Ezenna founded the drug company Orange Drugs Limited. With the help of the lucrative services of the pharmaceutical company in Nigeria and beyond, Tony Ezenna has achieved considerable prosperity.
4. Chef Cletus Ibeto
Cletus Ibeto is a business magnate from Nnewi, one of the largest cities in the state of Anambra. He own the group Cletus Ibeto, one of the two major conglomerates in the east of the country. In the early 1980’s, Cletus Ibeto started a company specializing in the import of spare parts. Currently, due to his productive efforts in the industrial sector, he is the first Nigerian manufacturer of batteries and spare parts for motor vehicles.
3. Pascal Dozie
Pascal Dozie studied economics and was born into an Igbo family in the state of Imo. To continue his studies, Pascal attended City University in the UK and then served officially at the National Economic Development Office. After having held several official positions abroad, Pascal returned to Nigeria and founded his own business in 1972. Pascal’s business – the African Development Consulting Group Limited – aims to achieve national and international goals. Consulting firm. Thanks to the influence of the flourishing consulting firm Pascal, the company’s magnate is estimated at $1.1 billion.
2. Cosmas Maduka
The well-known Cosmas Maduka, who is the CEO of the Coscharis group of companies, was born into an Igbo family in the Nnewi-a region of Anambra. Back in Maduka’s family, he did not have the grace to be educated with a silver spoon. Despite all the hardships surrounding his childhood and depriving him of his formal education, Coscharis Motors turned him into a successful business person – a sole proprietorship that has since become a major ICT company. Automobile, the bank and a number of other companies. Forbes reports that Cosmas Maduka is currently worth more than $ 1.5 billion.
Emeka Okonkwo (E-Money)
Money bag CEO of 5 Star Music, Emeka Okonkwo aka E-Money, is known for his money spree galore that has been rocking the social media platforms of late.
Born Emeka Okonkwo in Ajegunle, Lagos, Nigeria, on February 18, 1981, E-Money got his nickname after he started throwing money around and demonstrating what a luxurious life he had. Some other people even refer to him as Arabic money for his over-the-board generosity.
1. Orji Uzor Kalu
Kalu, who is currently the richest man of Igbo, was apparently in his late teens when he entered the business. Kalu’s days at the university were marked by violence. He was found guilty of organizing several violent student demonstrations. Meanwhile, Kalu’s creation in the business world is the result of his expulsion from the university.
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