Wednesday, March 2, 2016

Here are the Top 13 Nigerian Billionaires Who Own Private Jets (Photos)

The number of private jets being acquired by the super-rich class of business moguls, bankers, pastors, politicians and oil magnates in the country has put Nigeria on top of the list of private jet owners in Africa and one of the fastest growing private jet markets in the world.
 
1. Aliko Dangote: 
He is one of the richest men in the world and owns two private jets, a Bombardier Global Express 5000 worth $45m (N7.2billion) and Bombardier Global Express XRS. 
 
 
2. Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu: 
A former governor of Lagos state and national leader of the All Progressives Congress, he owns a brand-new Bombadier Global Express XRS valued at $50 million (N10 billion).
 
 
3. Orji Uzor Kalu: 
Kalu tops the chart of private jet owners in Nigeria as he has five. He owns a Gulfstream G650 which he reportedly bought for $72 million (N11.5 billion). 
 
 
4. Bishop David Oyedepo: 
He is the General Overseer of the Living Faith Ministry aka Winners Chapel and has a total of four jets. 
 
 
5. Pastor Enoch Adeboye: 
He is the head of the Redeemed Christian Church of God and owns a Gulfstream GIV (N707EA) registered as E. Adeboye / Emmanuel Aviation. 
 
 
6. Mike Adenuga: 
He is one of the richest men in Nigeria and has three private jets. He is the owner and CEO of Globacom commucications.
 
 
7. Ali Modu Sheriff:
He is a 2-time former governor of Borno state and current national chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party. He has a total of four jets.  
 
 
8. Mohammed Indimi:
He’s a billionaire businessman, who owns a private jet (Gulfstream GIV (N52MK). 
 
 
9. Rotimi Amaechi: 
The former governor of Rivers state purchased the Brazilian-made Embraer Legacy which he said was for the state government. 
 
 
10. Godswill Akpabio: 
The former governor of Akwa Ibom state purchased the Gulfstream, also said to belong to the state government. 
 
 
11. Ayo Oritsejafor: 
He is the president of the Christian Association of Nigeria and owns a Bombardier jet which he said was a gift. 
 
12. T.B. Joshua: 
He is the leader and founder of The Synagogue Church of All Nations. He reportedly acquired a Gulfstream G550 aircraft worth about $60million in April 2015. 
 
 
13. Femi Otedola: 
He is a billionaire businessman, entrepreneur, philanthropist, and chairman of Forte Oil Plc, an importer of fuel products.

Source: tori.ng

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1 comment:

betockvoices said...

The rising Income inequality in the Nigerian economy!!!! As for the greedy pastors, prophets, apostles, bishops and archbishops who are armed robbers using lies, intimidation, and fear to stole from the poor but all the stealing done in the name of religion, the believers and supporters think it’s Ok.