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Meet The Only African Man Who Is Richer Than Joe Biden, He Made His Money From An Unexpected Source

Former Vice President Joe Biden, who was elected President of the United States on January 20, 2017, is one of the wealthiest people to have ever served in the White House. According to Forbes, former Vice President Biden has an estimated net worth of approximately $2.1 billion. 

A different universe exists than mine, and Aliko Dangote, Africa's richest man for the eighth time, hails from a different world than mine. As reported in the most recent Investopedia article, his estimated net worth is almost as large (if not more) than that of the United States president. In terms of money, Dangote is now ranked 162nd on the Forbes list of the world's wealthiest people, according to the most recent data available.

A photograph of him with his uncle, who provided him with a loan to start a business, may be found here. 

According to reports, he began his job at a young age and, with the assistance of his uncle, was able to establish himself quickly. Dangote's fortune is derived primarily from Dangote Cement, a business in which he has an 85 percent stake through a private investment firm that he established. 

His residence is a magnificent mansion: 

In addition to Aliko Dangote Cement, Aliko Dangote has been running a sugar company, which according to The Big 10 2019, a global organization, is one of the largest in the world. It is the extravagance of Aliko Dangote's own plane that represents the magnitude of his financial position. 

pictures of his luxury planes, which include private jets, include the following: 

Bombardier's Global Express XRS, a new Canadian jet plane design, is setting the tone for the future of the aviation industry. It is alleged to have cost at than $45 million, if not more. 

It has long been regarded as one of the most dependable jets in the world, despite the fact that it can only carry eight passengers and travels over enormous distances, such as from Ghana to China. 

Photos of his garage, which houses his collection of automobiles: 

In recent weeks there have been reports of Aliko Dangote owning extremely expensive autos and aircrafts in his hands. 

Is it absolutely necessary to have expensive material stuff in order to be happy? You're a wonderful person.

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