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      Who is the Youngest Billionaire in Nigeria?

      Please, I would like to know who is the youngest billionaire in Nigeria? What is his age? And what is his sources of wealth?

      Before you begin your answer, understand that I am not asking for youngest billionaire in naira, I am asking about the youngest billionaire in dollars in Nigeria. By the way, how many billionaires do we have in Nigeria?

      I am expecting the youngest billionaire to be above 6oyears 😀 because we don’t do business here, we only do politics and you know children don’t do serious politics that make billions in Nigeria.

      Thank you in advance for your answers

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      When i saw this question, i was totally blank. I couldn’t even think of anybody. Youngest billionaire in Dollars, and in Nigeria. Billion Dollars. arghhhhh. let me go and faint first. I will be back.

      Answered by Adebisi Opeyemi on September 23, 2017..
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      Faint fast and come back because the question is waiting for you. Time has come to open Nigeria yash. It will be a serious shame if Nigeria has no young billionaire in dollars. Facebook alone has four young billionaires, does it means Facebook is more business oriented than the entire Nigeria economy?

      I have said it time and again that Nigerian and indeed black race don’t do real business in the real sense of it. Even the few billionaires we have are all money stolen somehow from Government or government political contracts.

      Answered by Darlington Omeh on September 23, 2017..
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      Well, If its in Naira now, it becomes easy to come by, but now that you gave the figure in DOLLARS, that makes it a whole lot more complex. I would have reckon folks like Linda Ikeji to be a Billionaires in Naira, but the Dollar disqualify them. The truth is using Facebook as a case study, Nigerians don’t target the Global MARKET. We often times look too within and too local. So, until that continental barrier is Broken in the Business world, the financial exploits and buoyancy that people in Business can explore in Nigeria remains restricted.

      Facebook is not only in Nigeria, I am even looking for Nigerian sites that writes and publish contents for general globe and not just Nigerian audience alone. All this are so important this days and time.

      Well, Mr Darlinton Could be the first Nigerian Youngest Billionaire in Dollars, perhaps if he invest into Crypto-currency, or buy shares in Big Digital Companies, or what else?

      Develop a solution for a global problem!

      Answered by Matex on September 23, 2017..
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      I want to develop a solution that teaches the whole world how to eat eba and amala and fufu with egusi and ogbono soup and ewedu soup prepared with assorted, dried fish and goat meat 🙁 these food is too good to be Nigerians alone food. Abi what do you think?

      That will make me the youngest billionaire in dollars overnight.

      I think you get the answer correctly. Non targeting of global market in our business model is one of the reasons for low financial performances. Another reason like that is mediocrity. People are too mediocre in this part of the world and it shows in everything we do. We are quick to go for the cash without laying any meaningful background/foundational work. We also don’t believe in effective customer services. That’s why businesses die so quickly here or remain stagnant.

      Answered by Darlington Omeh on September 24, 2017..
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      If I say make I laugh, e go be like say I too de laugh. If I say make I dance, them go call me dancer. Now I don’t want to post comment. I think I should be a billionaire in dollars before my 30s to create difference in Nigeria.

      Answered by aridedon on October 1, 2017..