From a distance, university education in the United States and Canada may not seem much different, considering that they are neighbouring North American countries.
But the numbers seems to tell a different story. In 2017, Canada issued over 317,000 study permits to international students from 180 countries.
Of the 2,153 billionaires in the world, according to Forbes magazine, fewer than 1% of them are black. And the richest black person in the world is a Nigerian whose wealth is estimated at $10.9 billion. His name is Aliko Dangote, the CEO of the Dangote Group, a conglomerate which dominates the manufacturing and trading sectors in Africa.
One of its subsidiaries, Dangote Cement is the largest producer of cement in sub-Saharan Africa with operations in at least 10 countries on the continent.
In a few years, he will have completed the $12 billion petroleum refinery that is currently the largest single-train refinery in the world. It has a refining capacity of 650,000 barrels a day.
He is quite popular so you know a lot about him. In a previous video, we shared 7 Ultimate life lessons from Aliko Dangote. In today’s video, we bring you 7 Things You didn’t know about the Richest Black Man In The World. While you are here, remember to subscribe for more insightful videos
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