Referee is one of the important person in every sport. In officiating and ensuring that all the players strictly follow all the rules of the game.
When it also come to earning, referee earns pretty well, much more than that of some players. But who is the richest referee?. Many fans thought Pierluigi Collina was the most earning referee after doing an advert with Adidas, Mastercard and Opel not forgetting the PS3 and PS4 covers. Collina is however valued at $4.4 million.
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Retired Dutch referee Bjorn Kuipers is currently the richest in the world, he is valued at $13.5 million. Bjorn could earn between $2.2 million and 3.3 million in profits each year of his career. He also owns several supermarkets, Bjorn refereed 2014 federation cup, 2018 world cup, 2014 champions league final and Europa finals twice.
Referee salary depends on country, in England there is fixed and variable salary amount for referees. An experienced referee earns between $47,000 and $51,000 and upto $1,300 in variables. Champions league is the most profitable for referees as they can earn upto $6,500 per match.
List of the richest actors in Nigeria 2020
1. Desmond Elliot – ₦3.5 billion
Oluwashola Desmond Elliot popularly known as Desmond Elliot is the richest Nigerian actor as at the rent of writing this blog post. He has been in the movie scene for over two decades and has acted in more than 200 movies, soap operas, and TV shows. He hails from Lagos state, although his mother is from Delta. Even though he took a brief hiatus from Nollywood to delve into politics, he still rakes in money from the entertainment industry. The lawmaker representing Sururlere constituency in the Lagos state house of assembly has an AMAA award and African magic award in his library.
Desmond Elliot has one of the most expensive garages too
An interesting fact about this guy is he has donated free school buses to Surulere for local kids’ safety.
Desmond Elliot cars
This actor is seen driving a variety of cars with different price ranges from a ₦2 million Toyota Camry to a ₦24 million Range Rover. Below is the list of luxury cars which we believe belong to Mr. Desmond:
A vintage Mercedes-Benz, worth around ₦30 million
A Ford Explorer, worth ₦13.8 million
A Nissan Versa, worth ₦5.8 million
A Toyota 4Runner Classical, worth ₦15.9 million
A Toyota HiAce, worth ₦15.3 million
A 2010 Toyota Camry, worth ₦2.3 million
A Range Rover Evoque, worth ₦23.8 million
Desmond attended his swearing-in, in his vintage automobile
Desmond Elliot house & other properties
The most known house of Desmond Elliot is his multi-million naira mansion in Lagos with luxury design and cutting-edge equipment.
Nollywood-wise, the richest celebrity in Nigeria also owns a movie production and distribution company named Denziot production who has gained the distribution rights for When one door closed in 2014. Desmond operates a charity organization to aid disadvantaged children, especially homeless ones.
2. Richard Mofe Damijo – ₦2 billion naira
Richard Mofe Damijo is one of the pioneers of the Nollywood industry. He hails from Delta state and has starred in a countless number of films both in Nigeria and internationally. He was a news reporter before going into acting in the 90s. Also known as RMD, the legendary actor went into politics for a while, becoming the commissioner for culture and tourism in Delta state. RMD has a lot of awards and recognition to his name while producing a number of movies as well.
Richard Mofe is passionate about luxury SUVs
Richard Mofe Damijo cars
According to our reports, here are the luxury rides inside Richard Mofe Damijo’s garage:
Mercedes-Benz GLE 550, worth ₦24.7 million
BMW 4 Series Coupe, worth ₦19.8 million
Toyota Land Cruiser, worth ₦30.8 million
Range Rover Evoque, ₦21.7 million
Lexus LX 570, worth ₦35.3 million
Toyota Highlander, worth ₦17.1 million
Mercedes sedan, worth ₦14.1 million
Mercedes G550, worth ₦43.6 million
The legendary actor posing beside his BMW
Richard Mofe Damijo house & other properties
Richard Mofe Damijo is living in his mansion at Imole Phase 1 which has a very environment-friendly wall made of green trees.
The actor is also famous for a luxury lifestyle with expensive watches like a Patek Phillippe Nautilus 5980R-001 priced around ₦25.3 million or a ₦400K Swiss wristwatch.
RMD owns an environment-friendly mansion in Imole Phase 1
3. John Okafor – ₦1.7 billion naira
The list of richest actors in Nigeria can’t be complete without John Okafor. Popularly known as Mr. Ibu, John Okafor is one of the most sought after Nigerian actors. His major movie, Mr. Ibu, shot him to massive fame and he has cashed out ever since. The actor from the eastern part of Nigeria is also a comedian and a producer. He has starred in over 200 movies including Mr. Ibu, 9 wives, Police Recruit, Mr. Ibu in London, and so many more.
The Nollywood star must love white so much that lots of his cars feature this color
John Okafor cars
He’s been discreet with disclosing his other cars and mansion but we have managed to get some information about his car collection here. Check the list below!
BMW X6, worth ₦16 million
Mercedes-Benz C240, worth ₦15 million
Lexus LX 570, worth ₦55 million
Mercedes-Benz GLE SUV, worth ₦19.4 million
Mr. Ibu has had this BMW X5 for quite a long while
John Okafor’s house and other properties
John has a mansion in Lagos which boasts of simple design, making the best use of space to give the most comfort for its residents.
Outside of John Okafor’s mansion in Lagos
He is also a fan of luxury necklaces which cost up to million nairas. Some of his often seen necklaces are the gold cross necklace priced ₦1.8 million, the Versace necklace priced ₦1.3 million
4. Nkem Owoh – ₦1.5 billion naira
Nkem Owoh is a famous Nigerian actor who is known for his smash role in the movie “Osuofia”. The movie also has several sequels like Osuofia in London and Osuofia in Brazil. He also has an album to his name, with the famous “I go chop your dollar” song which was banned by the Nigerian authorities. He also goes by the nickname, Osuofia. Mr. Owoh has acted in more than 200 movies as well, including the recent “Lionheart”.
Nkem Owoh cars & house
He owns a mansion in Enugu where he’s from and drives a Mitsubishi Montero SUV worth over 10 million naira, and a Mercedes Benz 4matic worth over 15 million naira.
Osuofia has a good taste in cars regardless of his age
Nkem Owoh common questions
We have found some interesting questions people often ask about this guy. Check them below!
Is Nkem Owoh married to Chinwe Owoh?
The answer is no. Both of them have confirmed they are not a couple but in-laws instead. Nkem Owoh got married to Ngozi Nkem Owoh who has given birth to 2 pretty daughters for the veteran actor.
How old is Osufia?
Osufia was born on February 7th, 1958. He is 61 years old now.
Are Nkem Owoh and Patience Ozokwor siblings?
Many people thought these two are siblings due to many similarities between them. However, they are just communal brother and sister who happen to work in the same Nollywood industry. For your information, Patience Ozokwor is of the same age as Nkem.
A lot of people question the relationship between Nkem Owoh and Chinwe Owoh
5. Chinedu Ikedieze – ₦1.3 billion naira
Chinedu Ikedieze is known for acting both as an adult and a kid in his roles. The diminutive but talented actor hails from the eastern part of Nigeria as well and has won over a dozen awards including an African movie academy award for lifetime achievement. He is commonly known as Aki, a role he played alongside his colleague, Osita Iheme. He was once married and rumored to have a son.
Chinedu Ikedieze cars
Though we have spent a detailed post on Chinedu’s house and cars, we will list here his car collection briefly for your reference:
Infinity Jeep FX, worth at least ₦20 million
Honda Accord, worth ₦10 million
Porsche Carrera 911, worth ₦38 million
Hummer stretch limousine, worth ₦75.2 million
Mercedes-Benz E300, worth ₦19.2 million
Toyota Camry, worth ₦13.8 million
The diminutive actor forms a close relationship with Osita Iheme who is enthusiastic about cars as well
Chinedu Ikedieze house & other properties
Being among top richest actors in Nigeria, Chinedu Ikedieze is residing in a beautiful mansion at Omole Phase 1 but will move out to his new house once it’s finished. The information of his new house project hasn’t been revealed much but we are quite sure its luxury can make you jaw dropped.
Also, this man is reported to own several houses in Abia, a fashion brand called Nizik, a football academy, and a traveling agency.https://www.youtube.com/embed/i9jurQp_icI
Video: How rich is Chinedu Ikedieze?
6. Osita Iheme – ₦1.2 billion naira
Osita Iheme is also another actor with a diminutive figure. He was partly introduced into Nollywood by Aki, and they acted alongside, where he played the role of “Pawpaw”. He hails also from the east of Nigeria and has a bachelor’s degree. He also has a foundation that inspires budding talents and has starred a lot of movies. He was also honored with the MFR honour by the then President of Nigeria, in 2011.
No matter how the appearance is, Osita Iheme conquers the film industry
Osita Iheme cars
He is rich and has quite a number of cars ranging from Toyota brand to Land Rover. Let’s summarise his car collection as follow:
Land Rover LR3, worth 25 million
Toyota Harrier, worth 50 million
Honda NSX sports car, worth 58 million
Osita Iheme had a lot of cars and buildings in the east of Nigeria
Osita Iheme house & other properties
The actor really knows how to enjoy his life when he spent around 100 million naira to complete his house design. Inside his mansion is luxury furniture acquired from overseas.
Besides the cash flow from the movie industry, Osita also makes money from the hotel business. He is reported to invest a lot of money into real estate as well as construct hotels to generate more profits.
A glance at one of Osita Iheme’s hotels
7. Ramsey Nouah – ₦1 billion naira
Ramsey Nouah is known as the lover boy of Nollywood. In many of his movies, he has played the role of the romantic man with an undying love. This also earned him a lot of recognition and of course, fortune. He’s half Yoruba, half Israeli. He grew up in Lagos and has quite a lot of awards under his belt including one for his role in the box office smash, The Figurine.
A bright star in romantic movies has a romantic relationship with luxury cars as well
Ramsey Nouah cars
Being one of the richest Nollywood actors 2020, Ramsey drives some customized exotic cars with shocking price tags. See it!
Aston Martin DBS Superleggera, worth ₦110.8 million
1959 Cadillac Coupe de Ville, worth ₦10 million
Range Rover Sport, worth ₦24.3 million
Tesla Model X, worth ₦48.1 million
Hummer H2 Stretch limousine, worth ₦16.4 million
Rolls-Royce Phantom, worth ₦128 million
A type of Ramsey Nouah Range Rover
Ramsey Nouah house & other properties
Like many other rich and famous, Ramsey Nouah is the owner of a luxury mansion in Lagos and leads an extravagant lifestyle.
However, there aren’t many photos uploaded by the actor to flaunt his assets. Check a rare pic leaked out!
Ramsey Nouah house with outdoor swimming pool at night
8. Yul Edochie – ₦900 million
Yul Edochie is one of the most sought after actors in Nigeria at the moment. He’s known for his effortless acting skills and deeper than a deep baritone. He is the last son of legendary actors, Pete Edochie. He has acted in dozens of movies and even owns an academy. He is married with 3 kids.
Yul Edochie is a big name on the screen at the moment
Yul Edochie’s cars
He drives a Toyota SUV which was recently involved in an accident. The car is believed to be worth almost 20 million naira. He also has other automobiles in his garage, including:
Mercedes GL 450, worth ₦25.3 million
Mercedes C Class, worth ₦19.5 million
Toyota Highlander, worth ₦14.5 million
2007 Toyota Camry, worth ₦10.2 million
2010 Honda Accord, worth ₦10.6 million
Lexus LX 570, worth ₦32.2 million
Simple but super high-class, that’s Edochie’s style!
Yul Edochie’s house & other properties
The manly actor owns a house in Lekki, Lagos. His house follows modern design to bring most convenience for the householders.
He is also a fan of luxury watches which cost hundred thousands of naira for each.
Take a look at his house and garage!
9. Mike Ezuruonye – ₦750 million
Mike Ezuruonye is a popular Nollywood actor who came into limelight in the early 2000s. He hails from Abia state in Nigeria and is in his late 30s. Before he went into acting, he was a banker with one of the popular financial institutions in the country. He also boasts a lot of awards and was once considered the most handsome actor in the scene. Holding a net worth of ₦750 million, Mike Ezuruonye is among the richest male actors in Nigeria.
The actor, however, didn’t start his acting career till his late 30s
Mike Ezuruonye cars
Mike drives a red Range Rover worth over 20 million nairas and a 25 million naira Mercedes Benz 4Matic. For this actor, these two cars are enough to match his style.
Mike beside his red Range Rover SUV
Mike Ezuruonye’s house
Though being one of the richest Nollywood actors, Mike is not the type of person to flaunt his wealth to the public. That’s why his house location hasn’t been revealed exactly. Through some of his pictures on social accounts, we are lucky to get a glimpse of his mansion interior.
All the decor goes in harmony and we can be sure of its luxury vibe.
The mansion gives off a luxury but cozy atmosphere
10. Nonso Diobi – ₦500 million
Finally on our list of top 10 Nigerian actors and their cars, is Nonso Diobi. The Nollywood star has been involved in over a hundred movies and has remained a household name in Nigeria. He is also a director and movie producer. A lot of actors credited him for helping them into the scene. He’s famous and rich. He drives some of the nicest cars around including a Range Rover Sport and a Toyota sedan, both worth at least 20 million naira.
Nonso Diobi makes the tenth on the list with his fancy rides
The actor gives his mom an entire mansion on her birthday
Net Worth of Ghanian Billionaire Nabil Moukarzel
Nabil Moukarzel owns the most shares by value in The Finatrade Group which is one of the largest food manufacturing and food distribution companies in West Africa. Moukarzel’s company is Ghana’s largest distributor of food and importer of rice with its Rice Master and Sultana rice brands.Finatrade, through its subsidiaries, distributes and markets raw commodities and frozen foods. It offers vegetable oil, sugar, rice, cocoa, meat, ice cream, dairy products, beverages, powdered milk, animal feed, tiles, granite, marble, false ceilings, sanitary and kitchen ware. Additionally, the company provides warehousing and logistics services. Finatrade is the largest commodity and distribution company in Ghana, with presence in seven West African countries. Moukarzel employs over 2,000 Ghanaians.
NET WORTH SUMMARY
Ghana Market Direct Ltd, a subsidiary of Finatrade Group, is an FMCG company which distributes well known international branded soft commodities and a range of own brands which includes Sultana, Rice Master, Bella, Delicio. Finatrade controls 50 percent out of the 70 percent of rice imports in Ghana.Market Direct Limited directly services 8,675 customers from a fully integrated logistics operation comprising 16 warehouse with combined space of 20,000 sq. meters.Finatrade is the largest importer of Ceres, AMARULA, CARLBERG, Countre Milk, Heinz and household care items from renowned suppliers and popular long-standing international brands like NIVEA and FAULTLESS.Akuafo Adamfo a subsidiary of Finatrade is a licensed cocoa buyer and the second largest cocoa buying company in Ghana with a market share of 13 percent.Davenport Developers has been a pioneering force in the real estate landscape since its inception in 1997. Davenport Developers owns and manages a high-quality investment portfolio of 60,000 square meters that include large residential communities, office buildings, retail centres, and warehousing facilities in West Africa.
Continental Commodity Trading Company (CCTC) another subsidiary signed a GH¢17 billion contract with House of Rhema, a local rice agent based in Afife to produce made in Ghana perfumed rice for local consumption. It further signed a GH¢2.5 billion contract with Messers O, another local rice agent to supply long grain non perfumed rice from Asutuare in the Eastern Region. CCTC’s total capital contribution to local rice development in 2007 reached GHC1.95 million, the first in a kind by a soft commodity marketing company in Ghana.The Group also own a $13 million state of the art pasta processing plant. The plant was built by Dry Foods Processing Limited; a member of Finatrade Group of Companies. This Company exports about 50% of its products to West African countries including Cote d’Ivoire, Togo, Benin and Sierra Leone.A partnership between Finatrade Group and Distell Group based in South Africa has built and commissioned a GHC 16 million bottling plant to produce locally Hunters Gold, Savanna Dry cider, Knight Whisky.The Finatrade Group has since 2003 initiated a GHC 9.4 million Agricultural Sector Student Scholarship scheme to assist brilliant but needy students to undertake undergraduate courses at the various state universities.
Nabil Moukarzel is estimated to worth $900 Million
Net worth of Ghanian billionaire Sir Sam Jonah
Sir Sam Jonah reached the prime of his career when he led the $1.48 billion merger between Ashanti Goldfields and AngloGold in 2004. A lot of mining companies have benefited from Sam Jonah’s expertise in the mining industry. Sam’s equity fund, Jonah Capital owns 14 mineral resource assets across 10 countries in Africa.Sam helped Equinox Minerals; a mining exploration company based in Zambia to increase its market share capitalization in 2006 and was sold to the Barrick Gold Corporation for $7.4 million. Moto Goldmines, another mining company which benefited from Jonah’s experience in mining, grew from a $50 million market capitalization company and was sold to Randgold Resources and AngloGold Ashanti in October, 2009.When he became chairman and shareholder of Scharrighuisen (buying in on concessionary terms), Jonah went on to rebrand Scharrighuisen as a new mining services company to be called Sentula Mining. Jonah Capital and Coronation Capital were the two largest shareholders when they sold some of their shares, at around $2.60. The combined sales were reported to amount to $85.4 million.
NET WORTH SUMMARY Sam Jonah acquired most of his fortune through Jonah Capital, a holding company and private equity firm that makes investments in the mining sector, real estate, agriculture, construction materials, financial services, oil and gas services. The private equity firm is 78% owned by the Jonah Family and 22% by Standard BankSir Sam Jonah’s family trust, Sttar Trust sold 51% share of its holding stake in the Metropolitan Insurance Company (Met Insurance), which is the fourth largest Insurance firm in Ghana, for an undisclosed sum to Hollard Insurance Group (comprising the Hollard Insurance Company and Hollard Life Assurance Company), South Africa’s largest privately-owned insurance group. Sttar Trust’s shares have reduced to 35 percent.
Sam Jonah’s Bayport Management Ltd also holds a 10 percent interest in Bayport, a leading Sub Saharan-African micro-lender with operations in Ghana, Zambia, Tanzania, Uganda and, recently, Colombia where it supplies consumer finance to more than 300,000 clients.Jonah Capital owns 58.9% of Cape Concentrate (Pty) Ltd, a plant located at the Coega Industrial Development Zone in Port Elizabeth, South Africa, for the processing of tomatoes to produce aseptic tomato paste.In the agricultural sector, Jonah Capital owns 100 percent of Green Concessions, a large-scale farming venture that holds 10,000ha of agricultural land in Ghana’s maize belt, Nsawkaw, in the Brong-Ahafo region and focus on the cultivation and production of staple foods such as maize, soya and rice.Jonah Capital has signed a letter of intent with a major international player in the sugar sector to become its local partner in the development of a sugar refinery in West Africa. Under the proposed terms of the Joint Venture, the joint venture partners aim to establish and operate a refinery capable of producing 300,000 tonnes of sugar per annum, at an estimated capital cost of approximately $61 million.Africa-focused iron-ore mining company Cavalla Resources, which is 100 percent owned by Jonah Capital, has completed a definitive feasibility study (DFS) on its Buchanan iron-ore project, in Buchanan, Liberia. Once operational, will produce 1.2-million tonnes a year of 65% iron concentrate over five years from an iron-ore fines stockpile above surface. In addition to the Buchanan project, Cavalla Resources has six exploration licences in Liberia. The company conducted exploration on two of the licences in joint venture (JV) with iron ore major Kumba Iron Ore and Anglo American, while it is developing the other four sites on its own, such as the Nimba South iron-ore project, in Liberia. The six exploration licences cover more than 4 000 km2. This makes Jonah Capital the largest holder of iron ore exploration properties in Liberia.Additionally, Jonah Capital owns a 100% share in the Kasempa Copper and Cobalt Project, in north-western Zambia. The project is in its exploration stage.African Energy Resources (AFR) a company which Jonah Capital owns a 50% stake entered into a binding shareholders agreement with First Quantum Minerals, In June 2010 African Energy Resource discovered the Sese coal deposit in eastern Botswana, and recognized the potential to develop multiple projects from a single, massive resource. Total resources now stand at 2.65 billion tonnes, of which over 625 metric tonnes are in the Measured Resource category, sufficient for projects spanning several decades.The company acquired the Mmamabula West Coal Project, which is estimated to hold potential coal reserves of 2.4billion tones from Asenjo Energy, Asenjo Energy operates three coal projects in the Southern African nation, which have been estimated to contain coal reserves of about six billion tonnes.Jonah Capital owns 50% stake in Indongo Mining Ltd which established the Mulungwa Coal Mining Project at an estimated $10 million, in Mulungwa Basin, Zambia it produces 840 000 tonnes of coal per annum.In 2009, Gulf Resources completed the acquisition of the Namekara Vermiculite mining operation in east Uganda from Rio Tinto International Holdings Ltd. The cash consideration component was US$1 million. Jonah Capital then agreed to invest approximately $1.2 million in Gulf Resources.
Jonah Capital currently controls a 41% stake in Gulf Resources.Jonah Capital has the largest stake in the company, Iron Mineral Benification Services in South Africa and owns 41%; the company holds the patent which is using industry changing technology for processing super scrap, metallic iron, from the waste dump at Phalaborwa Mining Company, in South Africa’s Limpopo Province. The super scrap replaces traditional scrap in steel making. International Iron Benefication Group Ltd an international body owns 22.6%.Jonah Capital operates its interests in the oil & gas services sector through its wholly owned subsidiary, Gryphon Energy Holdings Ltd, a company incorporated in Mauritius and wholly owned by Jonah Capital Holdings. A wholly-owned subsidiary incorporated in Ghana is licensed and registered with the Ghana National Petroleum Corporation to provide support services to the upstream oil & gas industry in Ghana and plans are being developed for expansion into other countries in west and central Africa.Jonah Capital has incorporated Gryphon Infrastructure Ltd in Mauritius, as a wholly owned subsidiary of Jonah Capital Holdings, to hold its investments in the construction materials sector.Jonah Capital has acquired the lease to a quarry site in Ghana. This quarry is a 36ha granite quarry located in the Shai Hills near Accra. Jonah Capital is in discussion with a number of potential strategic operating partners to acquire 6 other quarries in Africa.Mobus Property Holdings Ltd another subsidiary of Jonah Capital is a privately-held Ghanaian property investment, development and management company focusing on commercial and residential property development.
Mobus boasts over $100 million worth of property developments in its three to five year development pipeline in Accra. The group has currently 150,000 m² (15 ha) of land under development for residential, commercial and industrial purposesJonah Capital has established Mobus Property Holdings Ltd in Mauritius, as a wholly owned subsidiary of Jonah Capital Holdings, to hold the real estate assets. Mobus owns a Portfolio of three development projects in Accra: one commercial, one residential and one retail development. Jonah Capital owns 100% of the equity in each of the projects and has obtained debt finance to help fund their development.As Chairman of the board of Moto Goldmine, Sam Jonah was paid an annual retainer of C$100,000 and also had a total entitlement of options to acquire an aggregate of 4,192,100 common shares. As at April 17, 2008 Mr. Jonah also held 2,717,874 common shares in Moto Goldmine.
Moto Goldmines was sold to Randgold Resources Ltd /AngloGold Ashanti Ltd for C$546 million in August 2009.Jonah Capital acquired 6 million shares and 3 million options, representing approximately 3% of the share capital of UraMin Inc., and Sir Sam Jonah was appointed Chairman in January 2006. The company’s shares were admitted to trading on AIM in April 2006, raising $60 million on IPO. UraMin Inc. acquired four uranium exploration assets located in Central African Republic, Namibia, and South Africa. UraMin Inc. was sold to Areva Group for $2.5 billion in July 2007.According to Vodafone Group Plc’s 2014 Annual Report, Sam Jonah is paid an annual salary of GBP 151,000 and benefits of GBP 160,000 for being a non-executive director at Vodafone Group Plc, his interest in shares also stood at 30,190 shares. He has served a non-executive board member since 2009.Jonah Capital sold 58% of its holding in Sentula Mining Limited for 21.75 Rand per share in March 2008 a company which had revenues of 2.66 billion Rands and total assets of 4.5 billion Rands.
SIR SAM ESSON JONAH is estimated to worth $1.2 Billion
Net worth of Ghanian billionaire Saied Fakhry
Saied Fakhry is a Ghanaian of Lebanese descent; he set up Interplast in 1970. Prior to setting up the company, Fakhry was a trader of general merchandise in Ghana. Interplast is privately owned by the Fakhry Family. Fakhry has been the Chairman of the company since its foundation and his son, Hayssam Fakhry, is currently the managing director. The company is one of the largest manufacturing firms in Ghana and is one of the biggest producers of plastic pipe systems and fittings in West Africa. The company operates under three brand names; Interplast for pipes and fittings, Everlast for reinforced unplasticized polyvinyl chloride (uPVC) doors, windows and profiles, and Panelast for wall and ceiling panels. Interplast produces a wide range of plastic pipes and related products. The company meets most of Ghana’s requirements for small- and large-diameter PVC pipes for water supply throughout the country.
NET WORTH SUMMARY
Interplast employs over 600 people and is one of the largest manufacturers of plastic pipes in the whole of West Africa. Interplast currently exports to Togo, Benin, Nigeria, Niger, Mali, Angola, Sierra Leone, Liberia, Burkina Faso, Chad, Cameroon, Ivory Coast, Cameroon, Senegal, Equatorial Guinea, Gambia, Guinea Bissau and Mauritania.
SAIED FAKHRY is estimated to worth $430 Million
Net worth of Ghanian billionaire Patricia Poku-Diaby
Patricia Poku-Diaby was involved in her family’s business (trading and transportation) before she set up the Plot Enterprise Group in Ivory Coast, which was a precursor to the Ghanaian company.Plot Enterprise Ghana is wholly Ghanaian owned cocoa processing company. The group has market presence in Asia and West Africa and comprises; Plot Commodities (registered with the Dubai Metal and Commodities Centre in Dubai), Plot Enterprise in Ivory Coast and Plot Enterprise Ghana.Plot Commodities deals in cotton and cocoa and is registered with the Cocoa Merchants Association of America. Plot Enterprise in Ivory Coast is engaged in the trading of cocoa, cashew nut and wood products.Plot Enterprise Ghana has a plant which has an annual initial bean input capacity of 32,000 metric tonnes. The implementation of the project began in 2006 with trial runs starting in November 2009.The plant was fully commissioned in January 2010.
NET WORTH SUMMARY
Plot Enterprise Ghana is registered in Ghana as a Free Zones company. The company has its own cocoa processing plant which completed in late 2009 as a turnkey project by Buhler Barth of Germany. This state-of-the-art grinding facility is located in Takoradi is currently valued at $90 million and processes 32,000 metric tons of cocoa annually into liquor, butter and cake.The company has over 200 staff and exports to the US, Europe, Asia, Australia and the Middle East.
PATRICIA POKU-DIABY is estimated to worth $720 Million
Net Worth of Ghana Billionaire ERNESTO TARICONE
Ernesto acquired his wealth from his construction and real estate development firm, Trasacco Estate Development Company (TEDC), the developers of Trasacco Valley which is the pioneer in luxury planned apartment and high end property developments for the affluent in Ghana. Trasacco also developed and owns the The Aurora Luxury Apartments in Accra.Development works are still ongoing to expand the Trasacco Valley into a mini-town with 1000 homes and will include a mini golf course with recreational facilities and a commercial zone.The overall project investment into Trasacco Valley amounts to $400 million, the homes cost between $1 million to $3 million to purchase.
Ernesto Taricone is an industrial investor and civil engineer, he is the Executive Chairman and CEO of Trasacco Group which employs over 4000 Ghanaians and expatriates.Ernesto Taricone was born in Italy in 1948; he came to Ghana in 1968 with his father and two brothers when he was still in his teens. The majority of his business is focused on Ghana covering various key sections in the Ghanaian Economy; Agriculture, Mining, Forestry, Construction and Real Estate development. In the nineties, Taricone after working with construction developers and raising funds decided to use that experience to develop a land his late father, Baron Fiore Taricone had acquired. He started the township which he had envisaged and called it Trasacco Valley (after a town in Italy where his family came from). Ernesto is currently developing Trasacco Valley into a mini town which will take 10 years to complete.
Trasacco Estate Development Company (TEDC) currently has over $500 million in ongoing projects.Trasacco Group has another subsidiary called Casa Trasacco an interior design company which is managed by his nephew Massimiliano and daughter Agata Taricone.
Another subsidiary of the group; TEDC Quarry located in Shai Hills, has a total production capacity of 60,000 tonnes per month capacity. Taricone co-owns Michelleti & Co. which he acquired together with two partners in 2004. Michelleti & Co has been operating as a construction firm in Ghana for over 60 years. Its landmark developments include the Hockey Stadium in Accra and the Accra Sports Stadium reconstruction. The company constructed the luxury 61 apartment, the Beaufort Ridge at North Ridge in Accra on behalf of Beaufort properties at the cost of $10 million; The World Bank Office at Ridge, Accra and the One Airport Square building at the Airport City also in Accra.Ernesto Taricone’s Trasacco Estate Development Company developed and owns the Villaggio Vista Condominium which is now a landmark in Accra for being the tallest building in Ghana. The project cost $125 million to develop and features $2 million penthouse apartments.Empire Builders Ghana another subsidiary also has a land bank of 150,000 acres.In agriculture, Taricone owns Sant Agata Agricultural Property of Barone Taricone Ltd with over 52,000 acres of farm land dedicated to pineapple, banana, and other agricultural development. He also owns a 2,103 acre plot of land designated for a tourism development project. Ital Pre-stress and Construction Products Ltd is also a factory he owns which produces prefabricated concrete sections and manufactures prestressed concrete products. It is the manufacturer of the “Trasacco Fast Floor” (beam and block, hollow core and biscuit slab systems) with depots in Accra and Kumasi.
Tarricone co-owns Royal Aluminium Systems, a factory which was set up for the production of Aluminium Windows and Doors and Curtain Walls. The company recently completed the construction of their new automatic glass factory and has the largest market share for the supply in terms of both volume and product quality in Ghana.Taricone’s Gulfwing Aviation Ltd based at the Kotoka International Airport also offers helicopter services and provides private executive helicopter transportation for both commercial and passenger transport.
Most of the company’s clients are oil and gas companies operating in Ghana.Other subsidiaries under the Trasacco Group are Fabi Timbers Ltd in Kumasi which specializes in wood processing for exports; with monthly sales of $1 million and Fabi-BRM Wood Processing Co. located outside of Cape Coast; 95 percent of its products are exported to Europe and America.West Africa Industrial Development is also another factory which produces timber doors.
NET WORTH: He is estimated to worth $1.3 Billion
The 80 Richest People in Ghana 2015
The Ghana Wealth Report for 2015 was released by Goodman AMC. The report is based on a comprehensive study of more than 100 successful entrepreneurs and investors in Ghana as well as how and what they invest in. This report makes known of fascinating insights about the profiles and net worth of the 80 richest people in Ghana and also provides a compendious review of the wealth sector in Ghana. Findings from the report shows that tremendous amounts of wealth has been accumulated by Ghanaians during the past 20 years. The report has discovered some intriguing data about the wealthy in Ghana and how they impact on Ghana’s economy and policies. Ghana’s 80 Richest People control $2.5 billion which represents 6.4% of Ghana’s GDP, they have a combined wealth of $29.3 billion total and employ over 150,000 Ghanaians directly. Goodman AMC predicts that the wealth held by the wealthiest people in Ghana will rise 8.7% during Ghana’s election year in 2016 next year and decline by 2.1% in 2017.
It has also been quite clear from this report that 92% of the wealthy entrepreneurs and investors in Ghana do not have more capital invested in the Ghana Stock Exchange. The report notes that majority of them do not have equity allocations on the Ghana Stock Exchange and haven’t gone public with their businesses, though most increased their equity holdings in Dubai, Switzerland, South Africa and Frankfurt, Germany. Another major observation by the Ghana Wealth Report by Goodman AMC ascertains the import reliability of Ghana’s economy; 83% of wealthy entrepreneurs in this report are engaged in the business of importing commodities into Ghana. Goodman AMC’s Ghana Wealth Report discovered 3 billionaires and 77 multimillionaires who all form part of a group of individuals called the Ultra-High-Net-Worth Individuals (UHNWI). Goodman AMC placed the UHNWI cap at $100 million; meaning that only Ghanaian entrepreneurs and investors with a net worth of $100 million and above were considered for this report.
The Ultra-High-Net-Worth Individuals in Ghana are holding so much cash due and not investing in Ghana due to the current market volatility in the country and for lifestyle needs. This suggests that the current financial crisis in Ghana lingers on. On the 80 Richest People in Ghana list, 5 are women; making Patricia Poku-Diaby the richest woman in Ghana with a net worth of $720 million followed by Theresa Oppong-Beeko, Kate Quartey-Papafio and Gifty Lamptey and Grace Amey-Obeng in that order. According to this wealth report, Charles Ampofo is the richest person in Ghana and he made his fortune through Kampac Oil; an oil and gas firm based in the business hub of Dubai. He has a net worth of $1.46 billion. The second on the rich list with an estimated net worth of $1.3 billion is Ernesto Taricone.The vast majority of Taricone’s wealth comes from real estate and his business interest in the aluminium, agriculture, construction and forestry. The youngest multimillionaire currently in Ghana with a net worth of $125 million is Mike Nyinaku; he is 39 years and the founder of The BEIGE Group, with his primary source of wealth being The BEIGE Capital, a financial institution in Ghana. The Ghana Wealth Report has also tracked the richest families in Ghana who inherited their wealth and continue to grow their family fortune. The wealthiest family in Ghana according to this Wealth Report is the Irani Family, whose wealth originated when 2 brothers Anthony Irani and Edward Irani both of Lebanese descent came into Ghana in 1967 and set up a flour mill. The Irani Brothers and Others Limited went on to become the largest producer of flour in Ghana. They are followed by the Awuah-Darko Family who have made their fortune in the insurance and finance sector of Ghana’s economy. The current Awuah-Darko’s inherited VANGUARD Assurance from their late father, Nana Ampem Awuah Darko. The family has built on their late father’s legacy and fortune and now have 4 subsidiaries under the VANGUARD Group and about 10 other companies which are each owned by relatives
Real estate is the main industry from which Ghana’s Ultra-High-Net-Worth Individuals have acquired their wealth – it is the primary source of wealth for 11.25% of Ghana’s rich in this report. Other important industries for UHNWIs include finance and investment (16.25%), oil and gas (10%), mining (6.25%) and diversified (25%).
#1 CHARLES AMPOFO Est. Net Worth: $1.46 Billion Source: OIL & GAS
#2 ERNESTO TARICONE Est. Net Worth: $1.3 Billion Source: REAL ESTATE
#3 SAM ESSON JONAH Est. Net Worth: $1.2 Billion Source: INVESTMENTS
#4 NABIL EDMOND MOURKAZEL Est. Net Worth: $900 Million Source: COMMODITIES
#5 MICHAEL IBRAHIM MAHAMA Est. Net Worth: $860 Million Source: MINING
#6 MOHAMMED AHMED ODAYMAT Est. Net Worth: $850 Million Source: DIVERSIFIED
#7 THE IRANI FAMILY Est. Net Worth: $800 Million Source: FLOUR
#8 PATRICIA POKU-DIABY Est. Net Worth: $720 Million Source: COCOA, COTTON
#9 THE KALMONI FAMILY Est. Net Worth: $700 Million Source: DIVERSIFIED
#10 KWABENA DUFFUOR Est. Net Worth: $680 Million Source: FINANCE
#11 THE AWUAH-DARKO FAMILY Est. Net Worth: $650 Million Source: FINANCE
#12 MILAD MILLET & FAMILY Est. Net Worth: $620 Million Source: TEXTILES
#13 JOSEPH SIAW AGYEPONG Est. Net Worth: $600 Million Source: DIVERSIFIED
#14 RAMCHAND UDHARAM MOHINANI Est. Net Worth: $580 Million Source: DIVERSIFIED
#15 ADAMU IDDRISU &FAMILY Est. Net Worth: $550 Million Source: FINANCE, COCOA
#16 THE HITTI FAMILY Est. Net Worth: $540 Million Source: DIVERSIFIED
#17 THE AZAR FAMILY Est. Net Worth: $520 Million Source: PAINTS
#18 KWABENA ADJARE DANQUAH Est. Net Worth: $500 Million Source: ENGINEERING
#19GHASSAN YARED Est. Net Worth: $480 Million Source: DIVERSIFIED
#20 SERGE BAKALIAN Est. Net Worth: $460 Million Source: FLOUR
#21 THE BITAR FAMILY Est. Net Worth: $450 Million Source: LUMBER
#22 THOMAS SVANIKIER Est. Net Worth: $435 Million Source: DIVERSIFIED
#23 SAIED FAKHRY Est. Net Worth: $430 Million Source: PLASTICS
#24 THERESA OPPONG-BEEKO Est. Net Worth: $420 Million Source: REAL ESTATE
#25 PAPA KWESI NDOUM Est. Net Worth: $410 Million Source: DIVERSIFIED
#26 KWABENA ADJEI Est. Net Worth: $400 Million Source: ALCOHOL
#27 ENRICO DE SIMONE Est. Net Worth: $400 Million Source: CONSTRUCTION
#28 B.K. AMANDI Est. Net Worth: $400 Million Source: ENGINEERING
#29 BHAGWAN KHUBCHANDANI Est. Net Worth: $380 Million Source: RETAIL
#30 MACDONALD VASNANI Est. Net Worth: $360 Million Source: SHIPPING
#31 JOHN TAYLOR Est. Net Worth: $355 Million Source: DIVERSIFIED
#32 THE SOLOMON LABA FAMILY Est. Net Worth: $350 Million Source: MATTRESS
#33 KWAKU BEDIAKO Est. Net Worth: $350 Million Source: DIVERSIFIED
#34 KOFI AMOAH Est. Net Worth: $341 Million Source: DIVERSIFIED
#35 CHRIS CHINEBUAH Est. Net Worth: $330 Million Source: OIL & GAS
#36 OKO-NIKOI DZANI Est. Net Worth: $324 Million Source: FINANCE
#37 KWAME BAWUAH-EDUSEI Est. Net Worth: $300 Million Source: DIVERSIFIED
#38 TONY OTENG-GYASI Est. Net Worth: $300 Million Source: CABLES
#39 TOGBE AFEDE XIV Est. Net Worth: $280 Million Source: INVESTMENTS
#40 GEORGE OWUSU Est. Net Worth: $278 Million Source: DIVERSIFIED #41 ERNEST BEDIAKO SAMPONG Est. Net Worth: $276 Million Source: PHARMACEUTICALS
#42 FAWZI WOLLEY Est. Net Worth: $275 Million Source: RETAIL
#43 FRANK ACHAMPONG Est. Net Worth: $275 Million Source: ROAD SIGNAGE
#44 MICHAEL AGYEKUM ADDO Est. Net Worth: $270 Million Source: PHARMACEUTICALS
#45 KEN OFORI-ATTA Est. Net Worth: $260 Million Source: INVESTMENTS
#46 YUSIF IBRAHIM Est. Net Worth: $255 Million Source: DIVERSIFIED
#47 THE ADDISON FAMILY Est. Net Worth: $250 Million Source: CEMENT
#48 KATE QUARTEY-PAPAFIO Est. Net Worth: $250 Million Source: CABLES
#49 KELI GADZEKPO Est. Net Worth: $235 Million Source: INVESTMENTS
#50 KWAME ACHAMPONG-KYEI Est. Net Worth: $233 Million Source: INSURANCE
#51 PAK-WO SHUM Est. Net Worth: $227 Million Source: AVIATION
#52 WILLIAM ATO ESSIEN Est. Net Worth: $220 Million Source: FINANCE
#53 FRANK OWUSU SEKYERE Est. Net Worth: $213 Million Source: ALCOHOL
#54 TANAL GHANDOUR Est. Net Worth: $200 Million Source: COSMETICS
#55 NENE DROLO BOSSO ADAMTEY Est. Net Worth: $200 Million Source: INVESTMENTS
#56 THE PEPERA FAMILY Est. Net Worth: $180 Million Source: AUTOMOBILE
#57 PRINCE KOFI AMOABENG Est. Net Worth: $170 Million Source: FINANCE
#58 KWAME OFOSU BAMFO Est. Net Worth: $170 Million Source: PAINTS
#59 VICTOR ALHASSAN Est. Net Worth: $167 Million Source: OIL & GAS
#60 NIK AMARTEIFIO Est. Net Worth: $163 Million Source: INVESTMENTS
#61 KOFI NSIAH POKU Est. Net Worth: $160 Million Source: PHARMACEUTICALS
#62 ERNEST OFORI SARPONG Est. Net Worth: $160 Million Source: DIVERSIFIED
#63 JOSEPH NSONAMOAH Est. Net Worth: $155 Million Source: FINANCE
#64 EMMANUEL ABLEDU Est. Net Worth: $152 Million Source: OIL & GAS
#65 QUINCY SINTIM-ABOAGYE Est. Net Worth: $150 Million Source: PETROLEUM
#66 YAW ADU-GYAMFI Est. Net Worth: $144 Million Source: PHARMACEUTICALS
#67 OSEI KWAME Est. Net Worth: $142 Million Source: MEDIA
#68 SETH KWASI DEI Est. Net Worth: $140 Million Source: DIVERSIFIED
#69 GIFTY LAMPTEY Est. Net Worth: $135 Million Source: FERTILIZERS
#70 THE FRIMPONG-ANSAH FAMILY Est. Net Worth: $130 Million Source: TEXTILES
#71 JOHN SACKAH ADDO Est. Net Worth: $128 Million Source: FINANCE
#72 MIKE NYINAKU Est. Net Worth: $125 Million Source: DIVERSIFIED
#73 JUSTICE TAYLOR Est. Net Worth: $125 Million Source: DIVERSIFIED
#74 TORGBOR MENSAH Est. Net Worth: $120 Million Source: ADVERTISING
#75 EDWARD BOATENG Est. Net Worth: $118 Million Source: MEDIA
#76 SAMIR KALMONI Est. Net Worth: $115 Million Source: FAST FOOD
#77 TUTU AGYARE Est. Net Worth: $110 Million Source: HEDGE FUND
#78 KWASI TWUM Est. Net Worth: $110 Million Source: MEDIA
#79 GRACE AMEY-OBENG Est. Net Worth: $100 Million Source: COSMETICS
#80 SANDY OSEI-AGYEMAN Est. Net Worth: $100 Million Source: COSMETICS
Top 10 richest Nigerian footballers
#10. Alex Iwobi – net worth of ₦1.3 billion
The Everton FC midfielder is also Jay Jay Okocha’s cousin and lives in London with his sister and parents. He earns over 3.2 million naira a week.
Alex Iwobi drives a Mercedes-Benz Convertible (~₦25 million), a BMW 7 series, and a Range Rover. He is rumored to have bought matching gold-colored Benz G Wagon and Lamborghini for him and his ex at ₦71 million!
Alex Iwobi and his Benz
#9. Kelechi Iheanacho – net worth of ₦1.4 billion
There was a popular advertisement on TV in 2018 where Kelechi Iheanacho said he couldn’t afford to pay for cable TV subscription but now the whole world can now watch him on cable TV. That advert alone earned him millions of dollars. Adores that, he earns a stunning 4.8 million naira a week playing as a striker for Leicester City FC. He is really young and has a lot of years ahead.
The Imo state star drives a Rolls Royce, BMW i8 worth ₦12 million, a Mercedes C300 worth ₦18 million, and a Range Rover too. Though ranking just #9 in the list of 10 richest Nigerian footballers, Kelechi is the only footballer in the club of Nigerian cebebrities who owns the expensive Roll Royce.
Kelechi Iheanacho’s crib and Roll Royce
#8. Victor Anichebe – net worth of ₦6 billion
Victor Anichebe started as one of the finest strikers for everyone in England. He rose the ranks and went on to play in Asia and other parts of Europe. He once dated one of the Otedola daughters – DJ Cuppy. She lavished him with gifts and cars. Unfortunately, he had an injury that ruled him out of the field for months and now is a free agent after spending a year playing for Beijing Enterprises.
He drives a white Mercedes Benz G Wagon worth ₦42 million!
Anichebe in his G-Wagon
#7. Emmanuel Emenike – net worth of ₦6.4 billion
Everyone who watched the Super Eagles soar high in the 2013 African Nations Cup will never forget Emmanuel Emenike. The star striker was pivotal to the team’s wins. He has played for a number of clubs and garnered monies along the way. He is currently seeking a transfer to the English Premier League after ended his contract with Weserlo in 2019. The footballer has some endorsements, a music record label, and a hotel in Nigeria. His mansion in Imo state was talk of the town in 2018 with an overhead bridge on the premises.
He drives a customized Mercedes Benz G Wagon worth ₦45 million, and a Range Rover Sport.
Emenike in his Mercedes G-Wagon
The famous Emenike house
#6. Ahmed Musa – net worth of ₦6.5 billion
Currently the best Nigerian striker, Ahmed Musa plies his playing trade in Al-Nassr, Saudi Arabia. He was signed from Leicester city FC for about 8 billion naira and went on to score on his debut for the Saudi club. His welcome video also has the highest number of views for any player in the club.
He owns a filling station in Kano state and drives a BMW i8, a ₦15 million Range Rover Sport, and a Mercedes Benz G Wagon worth ₦42 million.
Ahmed Musa and his cars
The Ahmed Musa massive crib in Kano
#5. Victor Moses – net worth of ₦7.3 billion
Coming 5th on our list of top ten richest footballers in Nigeria is a Chelsea FC player, Victor Moses. The Nigerian attacking midfielder was a key player in Antonio Conte’s team and was only relegated to the bench in the new management. But that hasn’t stopped him from earning his 4.7 million naira weekly wage and now he is being loaned to Inter Milan. He still plays for the Nigerian Super Eagles senior team.
Victor Moses drives some of the best cars you can ever imagine like a ₦22 million Audi A8, ₦15 million Range Rover Sport, a Maserati and Mercedes Benz G Wagon worth ₦42 million. You can view Victor Moses’ whole car collection here.
Victor Moses and his cars
#4. Vincent Enyeama – net worth of ₦10 billion
The most capped Nigerian player ever and the oldest Nigerian player in top-flight football is Vincent Enyeama. The goalie was once the captain of the Nigerian senior national team – until 2015 when he had a falling out with the then Nigerian coach. He is married with kids and known for scoring penalties in his early playing days in Israel. Joining the top 5 richest footballers in Nigeria is not bad for the legend, though.
When Odion Ighalo started making a name in the football scene with Watford FC of England, little did anyone know he was already in the richest Nigerian footballers list? He later went on to sign for top-flight Chinese football club, Chang Chan yatai, for 20 million pounds – about 9 billion naira. That didn’t only make him one of the most expensive Nigerian players but also the highest-paid currently. The deal with the club comes with a whopping 4.8 billion naira annually. And now the Nigerian joins Man Utd players’ cars gang.
Odion Ighalo’s massive income has made him a bit extravagant as he doesn’t hesitate to splash the monies on luxury cars like the ₦15 million Range Rover Sport, ₦32 million Mercedes Benz G Wagon.
Odion Ighalo at his residence
Inside one of his automobiles
#2. Obafemi Martins – net worth of ₦14 billion
Popularly known as Obagoal, Obafemi Martins was once Nigeria’s fastest player and a goal-scoring menace to opponents. He began his football career with AC Milan where he scored countless goals and later moved to England. He currently doesn’t play for the Nigerian Super Eagles anymore, but still plies his trade in China with the first league side, Shanghai Shenhua. He is married with kids and earns over 2.4 billion naira every year with the Chinese club. He also makes money from endorsements and businesses in Nigeria, which tops up Obafemi Martins’ net worth.
Obagoal drives a ₦65 million Ferrari Lusso, a BMW X6, a Porsche Gemballa, Mercedes Benz Mclaren, and a ₦115 million Lamborghini Gallardo.
Obafemi Martins, his mansion and cars
Obafemi Martins with his Benz
#1. John Mikel Obi – net worth of ₦23 billion- the official richest footballer in Nigeria 2020
John Obi Mikel is the richest footballer in Nigeria (2020). He has been the Super Eagles captain since Vincent Enyeama retired from international football years ago. Before then he was earning about a billion naira annually playing for the Chelsea football club in England. He later moved to Tianjin Teda, a Chinese club which offered him over twice his Chelsea take-home pay and now is a part of Trabzonspor playing in the Turkish Süper Lig. Currently earning over 23 billion naira a year, John Mikel Obi is the richest footballers in Nigeria till date.
The 32-year-old midfielder is engaged to the daughter of a Russian oil magnate, Olga, and drives a ₦45 million Mercedes Benz G-class, a ₦75 million Bentley Continental GT and the latest Range Rover Sport.
John Mikel Obi and his baby-mama
John Obi-Mikel and his Bentleyhttps://www.youtube.com/embed/O0LF4xCEd18
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Recap 10 richest footballers in Nigeria 2020
Below are the recap list of the richest Nigerian footballer updated 2020 by net worth, which helps you more easily find out the answer for your question who is the richest footballer in Nigeria!
10 richest footballers Nigeria Team (Updated in May, 2020)
Networth in USD
Net worth in Naira
John Mikel Obi
How Rich Is Don Jazzy?
Don Jazzy is known for his wonderful music production and hard work incorporated with his persistent ability to easily make up sound business relationships both in Nigeria and across the border.
Don Jazzy’s full name is Collins Michael Ajereh, and he hails from Umuahia in Abia State and was born on the 26th of November, 1982.
Don Jazzy is the owner of a whole slew of exotic cars
He started his big music career working with D’banj to make various hit tracks as Mo’hits record before they went their separate ways in 2012. After which he created the new record label Mavin Records.
Don Jazzy has effectively groomed and established several superstars like Wande Coal, D’Prince, Tiwa Savage, Reekado Banks and many more. Don Jazzy includes his deep voice in the music often, this touch adds a spectacular note even as he produces the beats for hit songs.
His career has brought him awards as a top music producer. Don Jazzy is not married despite his age, he focuses on making more good music and raising more stars in the Nigeria music world.
Don Jazzy’s cars and houses
Don Jazzy has 3 mansions, one at Lekki, one in Banana Island, Lagos, and another at Los Angeles, USA. He also rides exotic cars including: