Top 7 richest people in the world has finally been revealed (see where Aliko Dangote and Mike Adenuga stand)
The list of the top 7 richest people in the world in 2020 has finally been published by Forbes
The list of the world’s richest people in 2020 was published by Forbes magazine. In this list, Jeff Bezos topped it as the richest person with a fortune of $ 113 billion.
Bill gates, the co-founder of Microsoft, made a second cut from $ 98 billion. Bernard Arnault and his family in France came in third place with a fortune of $ 76 billion.
Warren Buffett and Larry Ellison are fourth and fifth on the list, respectively. Nigerian billionaire Aliko Dangote, by contrast, ranked 162nd out of 2,095 billionaires in the world with $ 8.3 billion.
Mike Adenuga and Abudlsamad Rabiu took the 286th and 712th positions with $5.6 billion and $2.9 billion, respectively.
The full list of the seven richest people in the world is given below:
1. Jeff Bezos ($113 billion)
Age: 56 years old Country: USA Source of wealth: Amazon
2. bill gates ($98 billion)
Age: 64 years old Country: USA Source of wealth: Microsoft
3. Bernard Arnault and his family ($76 billion)
Age: 71 years old Country: France Source of wealth: LVMH
4. Warren Buffett ($67.5 billion)
Age: 89 years old Country: USA Source of wealth: Berkshire Hathaway
5. Larry Ellison ($59 billion)
Age: 75 years old Country: USA
6. Amancio Ortega ($55.1 billion)
Age: 84 Country: Spain Source of wealth: Zara
7. Mark Zuckerberg ($54.7 billion)
Age: 34 years old Country: USA Source of wealth: Facebook
Meanwhile, earlier it was reported that out of 607 billionaires in America, only five are black people. This somewhat shows that it is especially difficult to become a rich person if you belong to a minority.
Also Read: This is the top 5 richest kings in Africa (see how many are from Nigeria)
It turned out that the average white family was richer than their black partner in 2016 by $ 152,000.
Although the white family was able to increase their wealth by more than $ 50,000, the black family’s wealth remained at the same level. , recently appeared the list of the TOP 5 richest kings of Africa, published by Forbes magazine in 2014.
Information about the king and his wealth was edited on the Wikipedia site on Thursday, May 28. King Mohammed VI of Morocco topped the list of four other kings with $ 2 billion.
Nigeria’s king Fredrick Obateru Akinruntan, the olugbo of the Ugbo Kingdom, is in second place as he commands $ 300 million.