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Nigeria Insider today has more update for you about the richest men in Nigeria — since Nigeria is one of the African countries that is blessed with most wealthy men contributing to the growth of the country.

Today, many Nigerian are confused as whether these two notable men — Alhaji Aliko Dangote and Dr. Adedeji Adeleke (Davido’s Father), who is the richest amongst the other.

Though these two notable richest men in Nigeria has many things in common to mention, but there is a probability that one might be richer than the other in 2021.

In the list of no order, let us take a look at the profiles of Davido’s father – Dr. Adedeji Adeleke and Alhaji Aliko Dangote with their biographies and net worth.

Alhaji Aliko Dangote Biography, Net worth And Family

Under these, we shall give you all the necessary details you ought to know about Alhaji Aliko Dangote’s biography, family, businesses and his net worth according to Forbes.

Alhaji Aliko Dangote biography

Dr. Aliko Dangote was born in 1957 of which he grew up in an entrepreneurial household in Kano State, Nigeria. Dangote was raised Muslim and lived an upper-class life. Dangote’s grandfather, Sanusi Dantata, was once named one of the wealthiest people living in Kano. He made his fortune selling commodities like oats and rice. Dantata became Dangote’s guardian in 1965 after the death of his father.

As part of the early life and education of the richest african — Alhaji Aliko Dangote, he graduated from Egypt’s Al-Azhar University at the age of 21, considered one of Islam’s most prestigious universities. It was there the budding entrepreneur furthered his education in business.

How Alhaji Aliko Dangote became the richest person in Africa

Taking a look into records and history, this is almost the tenth time in a row that Alhaji Aliko Dangote has been named as the richest man in Africa in 2021, with an estimated net worth of $11.8 billion.

The business empire he began to build more than three decades ago, Dangote Group, is one of the largest private-sector employers in Nigeria as well as the most valuable conglomerate in West Africa.

Alhaji Aliko Dangote at his age of 21, he borrowed $3,000 from his uncle to start to import and sell agricultural commodities in Nigeria. Alhaji Aliko Dangote had his business venture on a lucky side as the business quickly became a success and he managed to repay the entire loan within three months of starting operations. Ultimately, Dangote was able to turn a local commodities trading business into a multibillion-dollar corporation.

Alhaji Aliko Dangote’s business interests encompass many industries, including oil and gas, consumer goods, and manufacturing. Taking a look at Dangote Cement makes up the majority of the conglomerate’s revenue, of which Dangote owns 85%. The subsidiary company produces over 45.6 million metric tons of cement every year and operates in almost 10 African countries.

Alhaji Aliko Dangote net worth

Aliko Dangote has been the richest man in Africa for ten years in a row, with a net worth of almost $12 billion. Alhaji Aliko Dangote is the founder of The Dangote Group established as a small trading firm in 1977.

Alhaji Aliko Dangote Family

Alhaji Aliko Dangote got married to Mariya A D Muhammad Rufai and He has three (3) children of which all his children are ladies. Mariya The names of Alhaji Aliko Dangote’s daughters are: Dangote, Fatima Dangote and Halima Dangote.


Dr. Adedeji Adeleke Biography, Net worth And Family

This is where we would love to give you all the necessary details you need to know about Dr. Adedeji Adeleke’s biography, family, children, businesses and his net worth according to Forbes.

Dr. Adedeji Adeleke Biography

Adedeji Adeleke (born 6 March 1957) is a Nigerian billionaire, business magnate, founder and president of Adeleke University. He is also the CEO of Pacific Holdings Limited. He is the father of Adewale Adeleke (Former H.K.N Chairman), Davido, a Nigerian musician and Sharon Adeleke. Dr. Adedeji Adeleke was married to Dr Vero Adeleke who died on 6 March 2003.


How Dr. Adedeji Adeleke became the richest person in Africa

Under the journey of How Dr. Adedeji Adeleke became the richest person in Africa, we can see from his would-be businessman starting in 1976 when he left the shores of Nigeria all in the name to further his education higher. Dr. Adedeji Adeleke had his degree in finance at the University of Western Kentucky, Kentucky – USA in the year 1979. After that, he enrolled for a Masters degree and graduated in 1981 with MBA.

He later got a Ph.D. in International Business from the Pacific Columbiana University, California and got another Ph.D. degree in Business Administration from the University of Phoenix in Arizona in 2010.

Adedeji Adeleke’s educational background he had in finance and international business got him to venture into businesses as he returned to Nigeria. He then created multiple businesses in his name.

He established Pacific Holdings Limited where he acts as the CEO in 1983 — through Pacific Drilling Company Limited. There are over six (6) subsidiaries under Pacific Holding and these are: Pacific Holdings Limited deals in Agriculture, Energy and Power generation — and has given birth to Pacific Farm Ltd, Pacific Freightliners Ltd, Intertrade Warehousing Ltd, Pacific Gas Company Ltd, Junior Venture Ltd and Pacific Drilling Company Ltd . Dr. Adedeji Adeleke is the founder of Adeleke University.

Dr. Adedeji Adeleke Net Worth

Adedeji Adeleke Net Worth $900 Million Dollars. Dr. Adedeji Adeleke’s source of wealth comes form Real Estate and Businesses.

Adekele’s net worth according to Forbes is pegged at an estimated net worth of about $700 million. Cutting the cake, Otedola takes the bigger slice of being the richest.

Dr. Adedeji Adeleke Family

Dr. Adedeji Adeleke has children and they are: Adewale, Davido, Sharon and Ashley. A lot of people kept asking who is the father of musician Davido and Dr. Adedeji Adeleke is the father of Davido.


Things Davido’s Father (Dr. Adedeji Adeleke) And Alhaji Aliko Dangote Have In Common

Family Background

There is a confirmation that both Dr. Adedeji Adeleke and Alhaji Aliko Dangote come from rich family. Alhaji Aliko Dangote got his first loan that he invested in his business from his wealthy uncle — who is the man of Alhaji Dantata. Aliko Dangote then saw results as the business had positive impact and now recognized in many African countries.

Taking a look at Dr. Adedeji Adeleke, his father was an engineer by profession and a property developer. When you mention Banana Island, the brain behind is Dr. Adedeji Adeleke’s father.

Marital Status

Alhaji Aliko Dangote has had numerous unsuccessful marriages while Dr. Adedeji Adeleke too tried remarrying several times after the death of his wife but this could not worked for him.


These two are businessmen as they both own a business empire and investments, Dangote owns a conglomerate (Dangote group) that is into cement, flour, sugar, oil, and gas.

While Adeleke owns a business empire (Pacific Holdings) which is into electricity, oil and gas, logistics, steel production, banking and finance, and education.


These two men are very humble and simple, they live a low profiled lifestyle. You only hear their names but rarely see them in public, their appearance is not the regular dress to impress or show off style.

These are what makes these men different from other billionaires. Although no man is an island but remembers that background matters a lot.

In summary, Nigerian business magnate Aliko Dangote is the richest man in Africa, leading the latest Forbes’ Africa Billionaires List with a net worth of $12.1 billion. Davido’s father is a billionaire. He is the father of Adewale Adeleke (H.K.N Chairman), Davido, a Nigerian musician and Sharon Adeleke.

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The West African Franc CFA is the official currency of the francophone countries in West Africa. The exchange between the CFA Franc and the Naira is really no big difference lately, but if your business or trade is centered between both currencies, then you might want to know how to calculate Naira to West African Franc CFA.

I would like to highlight more about How To Calculate Naira To West African Franc CFA for you.

Many Nigerians go to trade or do business in Benin Republic, Cameroon, Togo, Ivory Coast and other Francophone West African countries. And when they do so, they are likely to receive their income in West African Franc CFA. If you’re one of the individuals who would do business trading between the CFA and Naira, then you should know that as at today Saturday, May 1st 2021 the exchange rate is ₦0.89 which is equivalent to 1CFA on then black market. Then coming to the official exchange rate by the Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN and the Forex Market, the price is ₦0.70=1CFA. So if you want to convert 100,000 CFA to naira, then it will be calculated as 100,000 CFA multiplied by ₦0.70, using the official exchange rate, it is then equals to ₦70,000.

AlsoConversion Rates: How to Calculate Nigeria Naira to South Africa Rand

On the other way round, 100,000 Naira is equivalent to ₦1 Naira is equivalent to 1.33 West African Franc CFA. Therefore, ₦100,000 will be calculated to 133,00 CFA.

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In today’s latest post, I would like to outline and show you How to Calculate Nigeria Naira to South Africa Rand.

Black African currencies are not too much to talk about— there’s really not much to talk about between the Naira and the South African Rand. But, if your trade or business has to do with Rand and Naira, then you must want to know how to calculate Naira to Rand. Like I’ve instructed in previous posts, you don’t need to be a Forex guru to know how to convert or calculate most currencies. All you need to do is get their current trade prices at the Forex market and then multiply.

As at today, Friday 30 April, 2021, 1 Rand is equivalent to ₦26.24 (official exchange rate of the CBN Central Bank of Nigeria). Then on the other way around, 1 Naira is calculated to 0.038 Rand. This is far below 1 Rand. So if you’re dealing with ₦100,000 for example, it will be equivalent to 3,811.19 Rands. This is how it is done: 0.038 Rand, which is today’s exchange rate was multiplied by 100,000 Naira.

We have given you much information about how to convert the Nigerian Naira to South African Rand easily. You can make use of this post to check the value of naira in South Africa rand if you are travelling from South Africa to Nigeria or vice versa.

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As a Forex merchant who trades between the European currency Euro and the Nigerian currency Naira, it is important for you to know how to calculate Naira to Euro and how to calculate or convert the Euro to Naira.

Today, Nigeria Insider would love to update you on How To Calculate Nigerian Naira To Euro easily.

If you’ve been a merchant for a while, it’s no longer news to you that Naira doesn’t stand side-by-side the currencies of Europe and Asia. That is why many individuals like receiving their incomes and salary in foreign currencies so that when it is converted, it gets much worth than when received in Naira.
Moving on to how to calculate Naira to Euro— it’s not rocket science— you don’t need to be a Forex Trading expert or a math guru to calculate Naira to Euro. All you need to do is know how to multiply with a calculator. The thing conversion of currencies is division and multiplication.

As of today Friday 30 April, 2021, €1 is equivalent to ₦456.77. On the other way around, ₦1 is equivalent to €0.022. See that big difference? That’s by the way.

So for instance if you want to calculate 100,000 Naira to Euro, it will be 100,000 Naira multiplied by €0.022, which equals to €218.92 Euros.

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If your business revolves around using the Nigerian Naira and the British Currency Pounds Sterling, then you might be wondering how to calculate Naira to Pounds Sterling. And in this post, I’ll show you just that. But first let’s talk about the how worthy the Pounds Sterling is to Naira and how Naira is worth in 1 Pound £.

In our today’s latest post from Nigeria Insider, I would love to share with you on How to Calculate Pounds Sterling to Naira.

The British Pounds Sterling has so much worth that is the fourth most traded currency on the Forex Trading market after the US Dollar, Euro, and the Japanese Yen. It is also the one of the oldest— if not the oldest currency spent in North Western European countries.

Coming down to the Nigerian currency and the Pounds Sterling exchange rate with it, the Pounds Sterling has so much worth if placed side-by-side with the Naira. As at today Friday 30, April 2021 1 Pound £ is currently worth ₦675 on the black market, while the official exchange rate according to the Central Bank of Nigeria is ₦524.62. Then ₦1 is equivalent to £0.0019 (CBN Exchange Rate). What a big difference.

That’s by the way. If you trade between the Naira and Pounds Sterling currencies, then you would want to know how to calculate Pounds Sterling to Naira. It’s simple math—just multiplication. You multiply the amount of Pounds Sterling you want to convert to it’s worth in Naira. For example if 1 Pound £ is equivalent to ₦524.62, then £100 would be multiplied by 524.62, which equals to ₦52,461.66.

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Although, being a religious leaders or spiritual leader is a sacred and divine service to God as well as humanity, yet it turns out to be a life changing, and lucrative profession asides the spiritual duties.

General Overseers of famous congregations or churches in Nigeria as as one of the most stinking rich people asides politicians, business moguls, and celebrities. Traditionally, a spiritual calling from God the Almighty is seen as the beginning of a saintly lifestyle, abandonment of the “roots of all evils”, as well as abstinence of worldly temptations that could lead to Hell. But in contemporary times like this, a spiritual calling is now regarded as a cash minting sector. Some people see the wealthy G.Os as religiously corrupt, taking from the church, while some see it as a blessing from God to compensate them of their religious service. They are tagged by the latter as “spiritual business men “or “religious business men”.

However, their primary aim is to spiritually lead their congregation. With this spiritual duties, many or most of them have acquired a huge fortune of luxury houses, cars, clothes, and a fat bank account.

In our today’s article, I would provide you with the list of the richest pastors in Nigeria and their net worth in this 2021 below.


10. Pastor Lazarus Muoka (Net Worth: $3 million)

This spiritual man is known as the founder and general overseer of the Lord’s Chosen Charismatic Revival Movement. With a whopping net worth of $3 million, his church as a church of renaissance which delivers people from the chains of darkness into the world of light.

Reverend Muoka was born in Mgbidi, Imo State into a Catholic family. After his education, he moved to Lagos to start his business. Shortly after, he received his Divine Appointment from the Almighty God and established the Lord’s Chosen Charismatic Revival Movement.

Reverend Muoka has also authored many Christian books to motivate the lives of many Christians across the globe.


9. Bishop Mike Okonkwo (Net Worth: $3 million)

Bishop Okonkwo features on this exclusive list as one of the richest pastors in Nigeria. He is the founder and General Overseer of The Redeemed Evangelical Mission, (TREM). With a net worth of $3million, he established TREM in 1981. Prior to his Divine Appointment from God, he worked as a banker for the African Continental Bank, and also served pastoral duties at the United Church of Christ until 1980. In 1981, he established his own ministry known today as  The Redeemed Evangelical Mission, TREM.

Reports has it that he once confessed that he used curses to threaten members of his congregation, hence, forcing his members to pay tithes.


8. Pastor Olugbenga Oso (Net Worth: $3.5 million)

Pastor Gbenga Oso is the GO of Laughter Founder. His church is known to have blessed barren couples in search for the fruit of the womb. His is widely known as the father of a million babies. Prior to his divine appointment from God in 1997, he used to minister at the Gospel Faith Mission International. He said that he received a direct message from God to establish his own ministry. As a man of God, he’s worth $3.5 million.


7. Pastor Chris Okotie (Net Worth: $12 million)

Once a talented pop musician in the 1980s, Pastor Okotie began ministering after he established Household of God Church when he decided to repent and turn back to God in the 1980s. He then became widely known as Pastor Chris Okotie. With a huge net worth of $12 million, he has succeeded in gaining many followers which includes celebrities and politicians.


6. Pastor Ayodele Oritsejafor (Net Worth: $ 15 million)

After his divine appointment from the Lord, Pastor Ayo Oritsejafor established World of Life Bible Church in Warri, Delta State.  With a net worth of $ 15 million, Pastor Oritsejafor has featured on this list among the richest pastors in Nigeria. He is the owner of a private jet, a fleet of luxurious cars, and real estate. In 2005, he became the president of the Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria, (PFN) until 2010 when he was elected president of the Christian Association of Nigeria, (CAN).


5. Pastor Matthew Ashimolowo (Net Worth: $ 20 million)

Pastor Ashimolowo is a renowned pastor who is the lead pastor of Kingsway International Christian Centre, (KICC). Reported to worth over 20 million dollars, Forbes Magazine reports that he’s worth between 6-10 million dollars.

Having practiced Islam in the first 20 years of his life, he decided to convert to Christianity at age 20. After some 25 years he established his ministry Kingsway International Christian Centre, KICC. Every year, the church has a revenue of £ 8 million. The Church’s assets worth £16.4 million.

Pastor Ashimolowo’s wealth consists of luxurious cars, houses, private jets and investments in the real estate.. He was reported to have been in a scandal with his church where he was reported to have used the church finance, a whopping sum of £200,000 to celebrate his birthday.

Pastor Ashimolowo, like other men of God has claimed to use his wealth on philanthropic activities.


4. Prophet Temitope Babatunde Joshua (Net Worth: $25 million)

Widely known as Prophet T.B Joshua, he is one of the few most famous pastors in Nigeria. With his huge 25 million dollars net worth, he is the founder and General Overseer of the Synagogue Church of all Nations, (SCOAN) which was established in 1987. Since its establishment in 1987, it has grown into a huge congregation and has several branches in several countries outside Nigeria which includes Ghana, South Africa, Isreal, Greece, the USA, and the United Kingdom.

Prophet TB Joshua is popularised by his unique characteristics of ministering by healing miracles which he uses to heal people with illnesses such as HIV/AIDS, cancer, and other incurable diseases. These miraculous activities are usually aired on Emmanuel TV and his one million follower YouTube channel. Apart from his net worth, his YouTube Ads Revenue, revenue from his private TV channel and donations from his thousands of followers is taking him huge amounts of money regularly.


3. Pastor Enoch Adejare Adeboye (Net Worth: $39 million)

Pastor E.A Adeboye is one of the most popular pastors in Nigeria, Africa and the World. He has been the General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, RCCG since 1981. Popularly called Daddy G.O by his members, RCCG grew to be one of the biggest churches in Nigeria and Africa under his leadership. The RCCG is known to have branches in over 192 nations across the globe and over 14,000 branches alone on Nigeria. The church is so popular that you can find an RCCG church right on your street. This is an accomplishment of the statement he made on the media saying that he would be a church five minutes away from every home in the world. Having so much branches which makes up such a large church and congregation across the globe, Pastor Adeboye’s wealth grew from the church, he’s currently worth over 39 million dollars, including a fleet of luxurious cars, world class private jets. The RCCG also owns The Redeemers University, a private university owned by the Church.


2. Pastor Chris Oyakhilome ( Net Worth: $70 million)

Widely known as the “prosperity preacher”, he often encourages his congregation to pray and use some of their earnings to sow a seed of prosperity by contributing to the church. Pastor Chris is the president of the Believer’s World Fellowship and the Christ Embassy Church. His style of spiritualism is seen as sophisticated. He also authored many books, runs an international school of ministry in the US, UK, Ghana, South Africa and Nigeria. His philanthropic and spiritual activities includes healing the sick, empowering people and eradicating poverty out of people’s lives.


1 Bishop David Oyedepo (Net Worth: $180 million)

With a huge net worth is a hundred and eighty million dollars, he is arguably the richest pastor in Nigeria which makes him featured as number one on this list. Bishop Oyedepo is the founder of the Living Faith World Outreach Ministry, also known as Winner’s Chapel.

Being the richest pastor in Nigeria, he owns Dominion Publishing House, Covenant University which is arguably the best university in Nigeria, Landmark University, and Faith Academy. The headquarters of the church Living Faith is located at Otta, Ogun State. That place is known as “Winner’s”. The Faith Tabernacle which is known as the church’s auditorium is reported by the Guinness World’s Record as the largest church auditorium in the world with about 50,000 seats.

Bishop Oyedepo himself owns a fleet of cars, luxurious houses, private jets, large estates across the country, and other expensive assets. Winner’s Chapel has branches all over the cities of Nigeria, 45 countries of Africa, the United States and the United Kingdom.

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We have taken the lead to provide you more with — how to calculate the currency rate from the Nigerian Naira to other currencies and today’s own is about how average Nigerian travelers can convert the Chinese Yuan to the Nigerian Naira at ease.

The yuan is the basic unit of the renminbi, but the word is also used to refer to the Chinese currency generally, especially in international contexts. One yuan divides into ten jiao, and a jiao in turn divides into ten fen. The renminbi is issued by the People’s Bank of China , the monetary authority of China.

However, the relationship between the Naira and the Yuan is mostly heard from the Nigerian government when they have to borrow some money from the Chinese government. Not many Nigerians trade with the Chinese Yuan lately, but a large number of Nigerians still trade with China or have business clients who are Chinese. So, in form of payment or income, the Chinese Yuan may be received, and they would surely want to convert the currency not Naira. If you’re one of those who is receiving Chinese Yuan, as at today Saturday May 1st, 2021 the exchange rate is 1 Yuan to 57.88 Naira.

That is if you’re receiving 1000 Yuan for example, it it would be multiplied by 57.88. Naira, which equals to 57,880 Naira.

We are glad to give you the Currency converter to convert from Chinese Yuan (CNY) to Nigerian Naira (NGN) including the latest exchange rates, a chart showing the exchange rate history.

If you live in other country too or know someone who is in another country and will be in need of any article on how to convert from Naira to other currency, then you can check our Naira to other currencies articles here.


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I believe you are a Nigerian or a Ghanaian that wants to travel to either — from Nigeria to Ghana or Ghana to Nigeria and wants to know how to convert the Nigerian Naira to the Ghana Cedi. This will help you know very well to know the currency and the exchange rate and how much to carry along when travelling.

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In our today’s article, I would like to give you an overview of How To Calculate Nigerian Naira To Ghana Cedi easily.

Today’s conversation rate between the Nigerian currency Naira and Ghanaian currency Cedi for Friday April 30, 2021 is ₦1 is equals to 0.0141 cedi. In other words, 1 Naira is not up to 1 cedi. In this article, we’ll talk about calculating Naira to Cedi and sites where you can calculate or know currency conversion rates— latest ones.

Knowing how to calculate Naira to Cedi is essential for you especially if you intertrade between Nigeria and Ghana. Also, if you’re dealing with Nigerian clients or Ghanaian clients you might want to know how much is expected for you to send or how much is expected to receive of a certain amount.

Also, if you have loved ones— friends, family, or a lover residing in any if these two countries, Nigeria or Ghana, yo might want to send finds for their upkeep as a regular provision. So let’s move on to how to calculate Naira to Cedi. It’s a simple task. It requires no advance math. It’s just multiplication: All you need to do is get the get the amount of Naira you want to convert and then multiply with a single Cedi which is equivalent to a Naira. For example: 1 Naira is equivalent to 0.0141 Cedi.

That means if you want to calculate 1000 Naira to Cedi it is going to be calculated as: 1000 Naira multiplied by 0.0141 which is equivalent to 14.11602 Cedi as at today Friday April 30, 2021.

Money is important to all of us, and knowing how to convert from a currency to the other helps you know how you can spend with such currency very well.

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In our today’s post, I would like to give you update on the list of top 10 richest celebrities in Nigeria for 2021.

From time to time, the list of richest personalities changes and today’s own is all about that of the year — 2021.

It is said, “there is no food for lazy man”, and it is true. There is no way you can survive in this life is you are someone who is lazy to work and make money for yourself.

Most of these celebrities come from rich homes but are still making the hays while the sun shines to make more than what they came to see as riches in their family.

Taking a look at Davido, he is from a rich family since his father, Adedeji Adeleke is one of the richest men found in Nigeria today. Others also follow as well and these celebrities are embracing more to their music, acting and comedy careers everyday.

Let’s take a look at the list of the richest celebrities in Nigeria for 2021.

Tiwa Savage

Tiwa Savage is one of the most popular Nigerian female celebrities that are making it more in the country. She has grown to become one of the most influential female richest musicians in Nigeria so far. Tiwa Savage started as early as 1996 and gained fame and multiple awards. The popular female musician left Mavin Records to join the Universal Music Group and has remained as one of the best musicians in Nigeria.

Tiwa Savage Net Worth

Tiwa Savage net worth in Nigeria is estimated at ₦2,600,000,000.



Another youthful musician that has promoted the face of Nigeria afar. 2Face has been seen recent years in music videos with popular songs promoting Africa to the world.

He is the man of Innocent Idibia, popularly know as 2Face in the Nigerian music industry.


2Face Net Worth 2021

2Face is estimated a net worth of ₦3,000,000,000 in Nigeria. He is indeed, one of the richest celebrities in Nigeria.


Burna Boy

Breaking and burning all the boys, LoL. One great African musician making the waves from Nigeria.

Damini Ebunoluwa Ogulu (born 2 July 1991), known professionally as Burna Boy, is a Nigerian singer, songwriter, rapper, and dancer. He is one of the biggest and most successful African artists. 

Burna Boy is now part of the richest celebrities you can count in Nigeria today.

Burna Boy Net Worth

Burna Boy is estimated a net worth of ₦3,600,000,000 in Nigeria.



When talking about one of the richest celebrities in Nigeria, there is no way you can skip mentioning Phyno.

Chibuzor Nelson Azubuike (born 9 October 1986), better known as Phyno, is a Nigerian rapper, singer, songwriter and record producer. He started his music career as a producer in 2003, and is renowned for rapping in the Igbo language. His debut studio album No Guts No Glory was released in 2014.

Phyno Net Worth 2021

In Nigeria, Phyno’s net worth is ₦4,600,000,000. This makes him one of the richest celebrities in Nigeria.



Olamide Gbenga Adedeji (born 15 March, 1989), known professionally as Olamide (and also Olamide Baddo,,BaddoSneh or simply Baddo) is a Nigerian hip hop recording artist. He records in Yoruba, and English. In 2011, he released his debut studio album Rapsodi while signed to Coded Tunes.

Olamide has been the name in the Nigerian music industry for over the years, making the waves. He is one of the popular Nigeria celebrities and the richest musicians as well.

Olamide Net Worth

Olamide is one of the Nigeria richest celebrities with a net worth of ₦4,670,000,000.


P Square

P-Square is the defunct music duo consisting of the twin brothers, Peter Okoye and Paul Okoye. They produced and released their albums through Square Records. In December 2011, they signed a record deal with Akon’s Konvict Muzik label. In May 2012, P-Square signed a record distribution deal with Universal Music Group.

P Square Net worth

P Square is estimated a net worth of ₦4,900,000,000 in Nigeria.


Don Jazzy

Michael Collins Ajereh (born 26 November 1982), known professionally as Don Jazzy, is a Nigerian record producer, audio engineer, record executive, singer, songwriter, entrepreneur and philanthropist. He is the founder and the CEO of Mavin Records.

The CEO of Mavin Records, Don Jazzy is known to be one of the most richest celebrities in Nigeria.

He has more assets that contribute to his net worth in Nigeria.

Don Jazzy Net Worth 2021

Don Jazzy Net Worth is estimated at a net worth of ₦5,000,000,000 in Nigeria.



Linda Ifeoma Ikeji (born 19 September 1980) is a Nigerian blogger, writer, entrepreneur and former model. She is known for her blog.

When you enter Nigeria, Linda Ikeji is a popular blogger, entrepreneur and former model with quite a number of endorsements and promotions for big brands. Linda has been able to ‘get the bag’ for herself.

Linda Ifeoma Ikeji is the founder of — serving as popular entertainment and news portal in Nigeria.

Despite owning a blog, Linda Ikeji as has Linda Ikeji TV, Linda Ikeji App and many more digital assets.

Linda Ikeji Net Worth 2021

Linda Ikeji is one of the richest bloggers in Nigeria that can boast of an exquisite garage consisting of a Range Rover Sport, Mercedes Benz GLE, Mercedes-Benz S-Class and a Bentley Mulsanne like Linda Ikeji. She is estimated a net worth of ₦7,000,000,000 in Nigeria.



David Adedeji Adeleke was born November 21, 1992, popularly known as Davido, is a Nigerian-American singer, songwriter, and record producer. He is one of the most influential artists in Africa.

Davido has grown to become one of the male influential personalities in Nigeria and popular musician in Nigeria as well as Africa.

DAVIDO Net Worth 2021

David Adedeji Adeleke, popularly Davido is estimated a net worth of ₦9,000,000,000 in Nigeria.



Ayodeji Ibrahim Balogun was born 16 July 1990, known professionally as Wizkid (sometimes stylized as WizKid), Wizzy or Starboy who is a Nigerian singer and songwriter.

Running big money endorsements for brands like UBA and Ciroc among others, Wizkid is deservedly on this list and of course not forgetting his blossoming music career.

WIZKID Net Worth 2021

With much contributing to the net worth of Wizkid, he is estimated a net worth of ₦11,600,000,000 in Nigeria.

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Knowing the Conversion Rates for each and every country is very necessary, since you will be travelling to anywhere in the world one day and use the currency of that country — for buying and exchange.

You can be either a United States citizen wanting to travel and come to Nigeria, or a Nigerian citizen who is about to travel to the United States but don’t know much about the currency of which you would love to know how to convert the US Dollar into Nigeria Naira.

You can be a digital marketer in Nigeria and want to receive payment from USA but wondering how much money you shall receive in Naira. Well, This article got you covered.

In our today’s article on Nigeria Insider, I would like to give you the full overview of how to convert the US Dollar to the Nigerian Naira — without much stress involved. Check out below for more.

The US Dollar is arguably the most spent and the most used or more hyperbolic, the most valuable currency in the world today. It has so much value, not in terms of how worthy it is side-by-side other currencies, but because of the power the US holds on to in the world. Almost everything that has price is calculated in dollars today.

In in Nigeria, the worth of the US dollar is quite high today. As at today Friday April 30, 2021, 1 US Dollar is currently worth ₦380.50 according to the Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN. But the other way round, 1 Naira is equivalent to 0.0026 dollar. This is far from a single US Dollar.

Many Nigerians might be happy with the current exchange rate between the Naira and the US Dollar, but not the common who cannot afford basic things because the Dollar has spiked in inflation, making the Naira almost worthless.

As an individual who does his business between the US Dollar and the Nigerian Naira.

In this article, I’ll show you how to calculate Naira to Dollar. Like I’ve said in the previous post on how to calculate Naira to Cedi, conversion or calculating exchange rates doesn’t require expertise in math. It’s simply basic; just multiplication.

So, if you want to convert 100$ to Naira, for example, you simply use this method:
Since 1$ is equals to 380.50 then calculating 100$ would be 380.50 multiplied by 100 which is equivalent to ₦38,050.50. In summary, a hundred dollars is equivalent to ₦38,050.

Money plays a major role in our everyday activities, and that is why we always work hard — to be able to get money for buying our wants and demands. Knowing how to convert the US dollar to Nigeria Naira should be much important to you as US citizen or Nigerian citizen.

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