5 Richest Women In Nigeria – Cars & Net Worth
Richest Women In Nigeria
In Nigeria, there is a category for the wealthiest males and a category for the wealthiest women. These women have amassed fortune through their enterprises and, in the case of some, by their participation in politics in Nigeria and around the world.
Below are the top 5 on the list.
1. Folorunsho Alakija – $1 Billion
Oil tycoon Folorunsho Alakija has amassed money through her business, Famfa Oil. She is now the second-richest lady in Africa, surpassing Tony Elumelu in terms of wealth, according to Forbes, thanks to her wealth. The 69-year-old woman is involved in the printing and fashion industries in addition to owning an oil company.
For her four boys, Folorunsho purchased four identical Mercedes-Benz G Wagons. She also owns a customized Mercedes-Benz S-Class that is valued at 20 million Naira.
2. Daisy Danjuma – $900 Million
Daisy Dajuma, a former senator from Edo South Senatorial District and a lawyer, is #3 on the list. She is the spouse of General Theophilus Yakubu Danjuma, a former defense minister. She was named chairperson of May & Baker Nigeria PLC in 2019, a prestigious pharmaceutical manufacturer.
Although she has various expensive vehicles, there is no information online about them.
3. Fifi Ejindu – $850 Million
Architect, businesswoman, and philanthropist Fifi Ejindu. She is the creator of the Starcrest Group of Companies and one of the top female architects in the nation. Real estate, building and designing, and investment opportunities make up her company’s three sections.
The Abuja-based architect travels in a 130 million Naira Rolls-Royce Ghost that she paid for herself for her birthday.
3. Bimbo Alase – $750 Million
Another well-off woman in Nigeria is Bimbo Alase. She gained a large portion of her income through the furniture company she founded in Lagos. The company is called Leatherworld Furniture, and it has developed into one of Lagos’ most opulent shops. Although she has expensive vehicles, there is no information online about them.
4. Mo Abudu – $650 Million
Mo Abudu, a media expert, is ranked #7 on the list. She was listed among the top women in global television in 2017. She is the owner of EbonyLife Television, a station dedicated to entertainment, where she has produced and generated amusing material. EbonyLife Films is her production company.
Mo drives a Lexus LX570, a Mercedes-Benz S-Class, a Mercedes-Benz G-Wagon, and an Escalade ESV SUV. And all of these cars merely tell us that she is wealthy and elegant.
5. Stella Oduah – $600 Million
Stella Oduah, a senator and politician who represents the Anambra North Senatorial District, is ranked number eight on the list. She served as the previous aviation minister. As a politician, she has been linked to some controversies, such as the theft of public monies.
The scandal surrounding the 255 million Naira bulletproof automobile purchase is one of them. The involved vehicles were made by BMW. The only vehicle associated with her name online is a BMW.