If you are a white woman who likes black men then here are the top 5 richest black men on the planet:
No 1 Aliko Dangote – $20 Billion
Aliko Dangote is the founder, CEO and President of Dangote Group which is the largest cement manufacturer in Africa. The company was founded in 1981 and its operations extend to several countries including; Nigeria, Cameroon, Ethiopia, Zambia, Republic of Congo, South Africa and Senegal. He was born in Nigeria county Kano. According to official website, he established this company back in the year 1981.
Aliko is the richest black man and the 25th richest person in the world. His 93% stake in his cement company is now worth $19.5 billion. Plus he has controlling stakes in other publicly listed companies like National Salt, Dangote Sugar and Company of Nigeria with significant shareholdings in more blue-chips like UBA Group, Dangote Flour and Zenith Bank. Aliko would be a great guy for white women looking for black men because he has a huge real estate portfolio, and boys toys such as yachts, jets plus $300 million in Dangote Cement dividends that adds to his current cash position making him worth a cool $20 Billion. Black and White women cannot resist the charm of Dangote. He has had plenty of relationships and is a serial monogamist with 15 children. So any white women looking for black men would be very lucky to make a relationship with him, especially since he is currently married!
No 2 – Sheikh Mohammed Al-Amoudi – From Saudi Arabia – $13.5 Billion
Mohammed Al-Amoudi is the Son of a Saudi man and Ethiopian mother. He started investing in Sweden in the 1970s and made his initial fortune in Saudi Arabia in construction. Being such a rich black guy makes him sort after by many white women looking for black men. Al Amoudi has a portfolio of interests including hotels, agriculture, cement and gold mines is also the largest individual investor in Ethiopia. His cement operations are making ripples in Ethiopia with low pricing. He is growing corn, rice, and other basic crops for the domestic market as well as exporting to Saudi Arabia. In October 2012, Al Amoudi and DanieliSpA signed a $600 million contract to finance construction of the largest steel mill in Ethiopia, Toussa Steel Factory. Al Amoudi also owns oil refineries in Sweden and Morocco and oil fields near west Africa plus a 70% stake in the National Oil Company of Ethiopia. His operating and holding companies, Midroc Group and Corral Group, have more than 40,000 people employed. Corral Group has an investment portfolio in Europe and the Middle East that including the largest petroleum company in Sweden – Preem Petroleum, Fortuna Holdings Co (Lebanon), SAMIR, Svenska Petroleum & Exploration, Naft Services Co (Saudi Arabia). All in all this makes him a target for white women looking for black men that are rich, however it is not possible at the moment – he is married with 8 children.
No 3 – Mike Adenuga – $4.7 Billion
Mike Adenuga is a Nigerian billionaire with a net worth of $4.7 billion. He is reclusive by nature and built his vast fortune in oil production and mobile telecommunications. Mike made his first fortune at a very young age of 26 as a distributor of lace and other materials. Since then he has built up enormous wealth and became the 2nd richest person in Nigeria and the 5th richest in Africa as of March 2013 – so lots of white women looking for black men would love to meet him. In 2006, he founded Globacom, the 2nd largest mobile phone network in Nigeria. His Conoil Producing is now considered to be one of the biggest independent exploration companies in Nigeria, producing a capacity of 100,000 oil barrels per day. Mike has 24 million customers in Nigeria and the company also operates in the Republic of Benin, where it recently obtained licenses to begin businesses in The Ivory Coast and Ghana. Married with seven children Mike is not currently available to any white women looking for black men but one thing is for sure – there would be a large queue of people is he was!
No 4 – Patrice Motsepe – $2.9 Billion
Patrice Motsepe is a mining magnate and South Africa’s first and only billionaire black man. That makes him popular with white women looking for black men. His mining company African Rainbow Minerals (ARM) has assets in chrome, platinum, manganese, nickel, iron, coal, gold, and copper. South Africa’s mining industry has had a tough year and ARM has had a particularly bad year with production losses caused by labor disputes and violence. That has kept ARM from growing consistently and left Motsepe’s fortune flat. Patrice was born in Soweto black township. He trained as a lawyer, becoming the first black partner at a law firm in Johannesburg before beginning a mining contracting busines. In 1994 he purchased low-producing gold mine shafts and using lean management techniques he turned them profitable. Motsepe as a black man benefited from South Africa’s Black Economic Empowerment (BEE) laws, which mandate that companies must be a minimum of 26% black-owned in order to have a government mining license. Motsepe also holds a stake in the financial services company Sanlam, outside Cape Town, and is the owner and the president of the Mamelodi Sundowns Football Club which has had an incredibly rough season. Patrice is married with 3 sons so is not seeking any white women looking for black men. According to The Sowetan newspaper, he recently said he and his wife, Dr. Precious Moloi-Motsepe, will donate half of his companies assets to funding rural development projects and helping the poor with education and health issues.
No 5 – Mohammed Ibrahim – $1.1 Billion
Mohammed Ibrahim founded Celtel, a mobile phone company which operates in 23 countries in Africa and the Middle East. He sold it in 2005 for $3.4 billion taking $1.4 billion in proceeds. Mohammed now lives in LondonUK and spends his time and money investing in Africa and philanthropy and is a great guy for white women looking for black men. In 2000 he sold off the company’s former parent company MSI for over $600 million before becoming CEO of Celtel. In 2006 he set up the Mo Ibrahim Foundation to improve governance and leadership in Africa. It gives a lifetime award of $5 million over 10 years to retired African heads of state who have worked to make their countries better off materially and governing bodies more transparent. The foundation is led by his daughter Hadeel, who for the last three years did not grant the annual prize due to the absence of “visionary leadership” required to promote change. Future projects are to include information on climate change and agricultural development. Mohammed has a wife and two children so is not available for white women looking for black men to marry.