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President Goodluck Jonathan Ranks 6th Richest African President.


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Richest Lifestyle, a US-based website, has listed President Goodluck Jonathan of Nigeria as the 6th Richest African president.





Richest Lifestyle, a US-based website, has listed President Goodluck Jonathan of Nigeria as the 6th Richest African president.

In an article titled, "Richest African Presidents 2014" , the US website compiled a list of the nine richest presidents and kings in Africa. According to the article, President Jonathan is worth $100million. Other African presidents and kings on the list include;

1. Jose Eduardo dos Santos of Angola - Net Worth: $20 Billion

2. Mohammed VI of Morocco - Net Worth: $2.5 Billion

3. Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo of Equatorial Guinea - $600 Million

4. Uhuru Kenyatta of Kenya - Net Worth: $500 Million

5. Paul Biya of Cameroon - Net Worth: $200 Million

6. King Mswati III of Swaziland - Net Worth: $100 Million (The monarch shares the number 6 spot with President Jonathan)

7. Idriss Deby of Chad - Net Worth: $50 Million

8. Robert Mugabe of Zimbabwe - Net Worth: $10 Million


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