7 Private Jet Owners In Nigeria
Most stinkingly rich men in Nigeria boast of their fat money bags and landed properties. Some, however, prove their class by boasting of owning a private jet.
NIGERIA NEWS placed her ears on the ground to hear private jets landing, and her eyes up to see the owners of private jets in Nigeria.
In Nigeria, Private jet owners are usually found among politicians, pastors, and business mogul.
Below is a list of 7 Private Jet Owners In Nigeria;
Orji Uzor Kalu
Orji Uzor Kalu is a billionaire and one of the Nigerians who has managed to make it to the Forbes lists of billionaires some years ago.
He is a business tycoon with a boastful fleet of five private jets which is, in fact, the largest private jet fleet in Nigeria. He owns a Gulfstream G650 which is valued at $72 million (N11.5 billion).
NIGERIA NEWS thinks the jet may be the most expensive jet in Nigeria. Orji Uzor Kalu is also the proud owner of a Gulfstream IV and Bombardier’s Global EXP XRS.
Mike Adenuga is the second richest person in Nigeria and currently stands as the third richest man in Africa.
He proudly owns three private jets, and they are the Bombardier Challenger 604, Bombardier Global Express XRS and the Falcon 7X.
Adenuga’s Falcon 7X is valued at 50 million dollars with an equivalent being about 10 billion Naira.
Bishop David Oyedepo
As we said men of God are among the few wealthy people in Nigeria with a boastful ownership of Private jets.
Bishop David Oyedepo is the richest pastor in Africa with a net worth of 150 million dollars according to Forbes estimates.
He is proud of four private jets. His jets includes a Gulfstream G65, as well as the G550 and VG450 and a Bombardier 604.
Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu
Baba Jagaban is suspected to have a net worth of trillions but no one can verify. Tinubu is the former governor of Lagos and the astute godfather of many politicians.
Baba is a proud owner of two private jets. The first being a Falcon 7X and the second- a Bombardier Global Express XRS.
His second plane is valued at 50 billion Naira.
Aliko Dangote is the richest black person in the world. His net worth is about $12.5 billion and he also made it to the Forbes magazine as the 100th richest person in the world.
Aliko Dangote, unlike his peer, Orji Uzor Kalu actually owns two private jets – both Bombardier Express.
If the richest man in Nigeria could be so prudent not to have gathered a fleet of private jets amounting to five, it simply meant that Nigerians have a person to emulate.
Folorunsho Alakija is one of the richest black women in the world. She reportedly ousted Oprah Winfrey and became the richest black woman.
She is regarded as one of the gorgeous women in Africa. Her net worth is about $2.1 billion.
The Nigerian business magnate was also listed as the second most powerful woman in Africa.
She has one private jet – the Bombardier Express Business jet or as it is also known Bombardier Global Express XRS.
He is the founder and the Senior Pastor of Word of Life Bible Church. Ayo Oritsejafor once served as the president of the pressure that regulates the Christian bodies and churches- the Christian Association of Nigeria(CAN).
Pastor Ayo Oritsejor owns one Bombardier jet though there are claims everywhere saying he did not buy the jet but rather was gifted the jet.