Top 10 richest families in Nigeria 2018 – Their net worth, companies they own, history, family tree & many more (With Pictures)
Even in the World, there are families that are making fortunes than many other families, so why won’t such happen in Nigeria too. And for your information, most of the richest families in Nigeria controls about 80% of what is happening in Nigeria’s Economy. Have you ever wonder who are the members of the richest families in Nigeria? If your answer is no, then we’ve got you. According to Forbes, Nigeria is also one of the countries with many families that own assets and investments that are worthy of billions of dollars.
Which Family Is The Richest Family In Nigeria 2018?
Even though the economy of Nigeria is deteriorating, that does not mean there are no families with enough riches to cater for themselves. In this article, we present to you the richest families in Nigeria with their net worth even though we are unable to get the net worth of all the families. On our list, we have Briggs Family topping and Igbinedion Family in the last position.
Top 10 Richest Families in Nigeria 2018
1. Briggs Family
As a Nigerian, Chief Olu Benson Lulu-Briggs will not sound unfamiliar to you as the man is a man of popularity. He is the founder of Moni Pulo Limited (MPL) which is a private indigenous oil and gas exploration in the country and this make him one of the richest men in the country. Though has the headquarter located in Port Harcourt, there are also many branches over the country and even internationally including Lagos and London, The Company is more popular for the efficacy exhibited in its international standard operations. MPL is actually the sole operator of OML 114 and also extends its expertise to other operations like OPLs 231, 234 and 239.
His wife, Mrs Seinye Lulu-Briggs currently serves as the Chief Executive Officer of Racheal Hotels Limited. On a serious note, his wife is much oriented toward business and this moved her to Design Research Centre where she served as the Office Manager. Before moving directly into business, she has once entered into the financial sector.
Another icon of the family is Chief Dumo Lulu Briggs, who was the pioneer, Executive Director and Chief Operating Officer at Moni Pulo Limited from 1995 to 2002. He is a lawyer.