The Richest Hausa Man in Nigeria in 2019

This post on the richest Hausa man in Nigeria/Africa is for record purpose as we have also covered the richest Igbo man in Nigeria and even went as far as listing the top 10 to that regard.

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We shall also provide the richest Yoruba man in our subsequent post so as to balance the equation on the major ethnic groups in Nigeria.

Although, every one is entitled to his or her opinion, this post is bashes the argument on which tribe in Nigeria is more financially sound as this should not arise as we are all one nation.

Contrary to the fact that most people from the Southern part of Nigeria think that the Hausa/Fulani tribe is the most wicked tribe in Nigeria, that is false as every tribe/ethnic group have shown such trait.

The Hausas are peace loving people and in are very good in what ever they do. Most people confuse them to be the same as the Fulani speaking people.

Before the arrival of Alhaji Aliko Dangote the richest man in Africa in 2016, Alhassan Dantata (1877 – 17 August 1955) was a popular Northern Nigerian trader in kola nuts, ground nuts and distributor of European goods. He supplied large British trading companies with raw materials and also had business interests in the Gold Coast. At the time of his death he was one of the wealthiest men in West Africa and richest Hausa man in his time.

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Who is the Richest Hausa Man in Nigeria?

Forbes ranks Aliko Dangote as Africa’s richest man. He is the owner of Dangote Group, a multi billion conglomerate that operates in different countries in Africa. Dangote became the 23rd richest person in the world in 2014.

Since Alhaji Dangote is the wealthiest man in Nigeria and Africa and is from the Fulani tribe in Kano state, automatically, he is the richest Hausa man in Nigeria with a net worth of $9.6 Billion USD.

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I am simply known as Ikenwa Chizoba, a seasoned blogger and the Founder of Nigerian Infopedia. A very simple person who loves writing, reading and research.

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  1. prince Ike Eze.

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