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Five Richest Nigerian Stockholders 2011

1. Aliko Dangote Net Worth On The NSE: $12.1 billion Source: Dangote Group Dangote Cement: his stake is worth NN 1.76 Trillion ($11.5 billion) Dangote sugar: stake is worth N87.95 bill

5 Aliko Dangote

Net Worth On The NSE: $12.1 billion

Source: Dangote Group

Dangote Cement: his stake is worth NN 1.76 Trillion ($11.5 billion)

Dangote sugar: stake is worth N87.95 billion ($574.8 million)

Dangote Flour Mills: stake is worth N59.48 Billion ($389 million)

National Salt Company: stake is worth NN7.57billion ($49.5 million)

4 Jim Ovia

Net Worth on the NSE: $220.5 million

Source: Zenith Bank

Zenith Bank: stake is worth N33.7 billion ($220.5 million)

3 Sayyu Dantata

Net Worth on the NSE: $67 million

Source: MRS Oil

MRS Oil: his stake is worth N10.2 billion ($67 million)

2 Oba Otudeko

Net Worth on the NSE: $63.3 million

Source: Honeywell Flour Mills, First Bank

Honeywell Flour Mills: Owns stake worth N 4.8 billion ($32million)

First Bank: Owns stake worth N4.79 billion ($31.3 million)

1 Eddy Martins Egwuenu

Net Worth on the NSE: $54.2 million

Source: Zenith Bank

Zenith Bank: Owns stake worth N8.3 billion ($54.2 million)

A former bank chief, Egwuenu is the second largest individual shareholder of the Zenith Bank Group.

Source: Forbes

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