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Abdul Samad BUA Has Surpassed “Mike Adenuga And Become The Second Richest Person In Nigeria

Abdul Samad BUA is now the second richest person in Nigeria

Abdul Samad BUA Has Surpassed “Mike Adenuga And Become The Second Richest Person In Nigeria.

Abdul Samad Rabiu, CEO of BUA Group, has recently surpassed Mike Adenuga to become the second-richest person in Nigeria. This shift is attributed to a significant increase in Rabiu’s net worth, now estimated at $7.2 billion by Forbes.

BUA Foods’ stock price surge played a key role in Rabiu’s wealth boost. Shares of the company, which produces cement, sugar, and other food products, saw a more than 10% jump in early January, leading to a rise in its market capitalization and ultimately Rabiu’s net worth.

Adenuga’s net worth currently stands at $6.6 billion. While he previously held the second-richest position, a reassessment of his mobile phone network, Globacom, and a subsequent decline in his wealth caused the shift in rankings.

This change in the top ranks showcases the dynamic nature of wealth and highlights the growing influence of diverse sectors like food production in Nigeria’s economy.

Surging BUA Foods shares: The main driver behind Samad’s rise is the impressive growth of BUA Foods’ shares. In early January, they soared over 10%, boosting the company’s market capitalization and, consequently, Samad’s net worth.

Forbes’ reassessment: A recent reassessment by Forbes of Adenuga’s mobile phone network, Globacom, also played a role. While Adenuga’s wealth initially increased due to this reassessment, it has since declined slightly, putting him behind Samad.

Current Rankings:

Samad: With a net worth estimated at $7.2 billion, Samad currently sits at the 343rd position on Forbes’ global billionaires list.

Adenuga: Adenuga’s net worth is currently estimated at $6.6 billion, placing him just behind Samad.

Future Outlook:

It remains to be seen whether Samad will retain his position as Nigeria’s second richest person in the long term. Both his and Adenuga’s wealth are subject to fluctuations based on various factors like market performance and economic conditions. However, this change in ranking highlights the dynamic nature of the Nigerian business world and the potential for further growth and success for both individuals and their companies.

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