Since the Forbes magazine began a special publication on the wealth of business men and women in the world almost twenty years ago, no African had been featured in the magazine's List of World Billionaires until 2011. The reasons rich Africans had not been featured in the Forbes' List of Billionaires were the inability of the magazine to evaluate the "wealth" of rich Africans and the menace of corruption in the continent. In addition, many of the countries in Africa did not contribute much to the world economy. But Globalization has changed the way and manner businesses are conducted around the world. In 2011, the name of Nigeria's Aliko Mohammad Dangote appeared in the Forbes' List of World Billionaires for the first time worth US$13 Billion. The Forbes magazine declared Nigeria's Aliko Mohammad Dangote, President and Chairman, Dangote Group as the richest black person in the world. This book is his story.
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