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Aliko Dangote Made $9.2Billion in 2013 alone, now worth $30Billion

According to a Bloomberg report that was released today, Africa’s richest man & founder of Dangote Group, Aliko Dangote, made $9.2billion in 2013 alone, raising his fortune to over $30billion and making him the 30th richest person in the world.

Bill Gates is back to being the richest man in the world after making $15.8 billion in 2013 alone and raising his fortune to $78.5 billion.

Bloomberg’s billionaires index showed that the 300 richest people in the world increased their wealth by $524 billion in 2013 and the aggregate net worth of the world’s top billionaires stood at $3.7 trillion at the close of market on December 31.

[MUST READ] Awolowo Was Greater Than Mandela – Writer Ofeimun

In an interview with Sahara TV, the writer, poet & social critique said late premier of the old Western region, Chief Obafemi Awolowo, was a greater man than South African anti-apartheid revolutionary, Dr. Nelson Mandela.

I am too much of an Awolowo man not to see that the process of moving into independence in South Africa and in Nigeria followed exactly the same pattern. It was based on a negotiated settlement. The liberation struggle did not create the end of apartheid. It was a negotiation and Nigerians negotiated exactly the way Mandela negotiated.

“You can hype it if you like, but the pattern was exactly the same. You move from one meeting to the other, discussing politics and economics, and they successfully convinced Mandela to buy the pig in a poke of an economy and they also successfully succeeded in convincing Nigerians to buy the pig in a poke of an economy.

“The only man in Nigeria, who stood up against it, was (Obafemi) Awolowo. He was quickly jailed and all his men scattered across the prisons in Nigeria. Some driven abroad and the educational system that he had put in place was smashed.” Ofeimun said

“People talk about Mandela’s capacity to put various classes (of people) together as theory, but Awolowo ironed it out very clearly, why you don’t need a class struggle, in order to create a society in which all children can go to school; in which everybody can get a job, and in which old age pensions will be paid to people.

“It is not just love and I want to emphasise that. Those who criticise Awolowo’s socialism for wanting in love are obviously basing their argument on his claim that a government should be like a sun that shines on all equally. If it is about a theory of how to bring the people together on the African continent, none is as good as the Awolowo’s and I’m not trying to pretend.

“Bring all their writings, fine phrases, alright, but reduce them to economic terms, and I can tell you that there is only one man who rivals Awolowo in this respect and that is Nkrumah. Unfortunately unlike Awolowo, Nkrumah did not believe in either a democratic or a federal theory. If you want to save Africa, you need those two.”

Ofeimun said he chose Awolowo over Mandela because..
“The simple reason is that what needed to be done in South Africa, after apartheid was precisely what Awolowo wanted for Western Region and Nigeria after independence. Which is to say put every child at school, ensure that productivity takes the creativity of the individual citizen into proper focus and build the relationship between people and not on whether they did not love each other? But whether there is justice and equality.”

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Nigeria Comes 5th On Lists Of Africa’s Happiest Countries 2013

So we are the 5th happiest country in Africa according to a report sponsored by the UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network which was established by United Nations secretary-general Ban Ki-moon and comes ahead of the annual General Assembly.

Angola is Africa’s happiest country, followed by Mauritius and Algeria, according to a new global survey of 156 countries released Monday. Algeria, Mauritius, Algeria, Libya and Nigeria are the top five happiest countries on the continent, while Ghana, Zambia, Mozambique, South Africa and Lesotho are the next five African nations that are most content.
See full list below

Overall African rankings:
1-Angola,
2-Mauritius,
3-Algeria,
4-Libya,
5-Nigeria,
6-Ghana,
7-Zambia,
8-Mozambique,
9-South Africa,
10-Lesotho,
11-Morocco,
12-Swaziland,
13-Somaliland,
14-Zimbabwe,
15-Tunisia,
16-Mauritania,
17-Djibouti,
18-Congo DR,
19-Ethiopia,
20-Uganda,
21-Cameroon,
22-Kenya,
23-Sudan,
24-Sierra Leone,
25-Congo-Brazzaville,
26-Egypt,
27-Burkina Faso,
28-Mali,
29-Liberia,
30-Niger,
31-Gabon,
32-Malawi,
33-Chad,
34-Botswana,
35-Madagascar,
36-Senegal,
37- Comoros,
38-Guinea,
39-Tanzania,
40-Rwanda,
41-Burundi,
42-Central African Republic,
43-Benin,
44-Togo

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Chidinma Becomes First Female To Top MTV Base Official Naija Top 10

Chidinma has become the first ever female artist to top the MTV Base Official Naija Top 10 Powered by Star Music.  ’E Mi Ni Baller‘, the stunning video shot by Clarence Peters and featuring label mates Tha Suspect and Illbliss, has kicked former number ones P-Square off the top spot after their two week run.
Big Friday Show host Basketmouth joins VJ Ehis  in the Top 10 studio this week as special guest to run through the week’s movers and shakers on the Naija music scene.
The Okoye twins drop one place to number 2 while the koko master himself, D’Banj, continues to nip at their heels from the number 3 position with ‘Don’t Tell Me Nonsense’.
Last week’s studio guest, Burna Boy, stays solid at number 4 with ’Run My Race’.
This week’s highest climber is Timaya who moves up two places to number 6 with ‘Ekoloma Demba’ while DJ Xclusive continues to make upward progress, rising one place to number 5 with ’No Time’. 
Former number one Wande Coal’s “The Kick” is still hanging in there but falls this week to number 7. BET Award winner Ice Prince drops down to number 9 and 2Face is valiantly holding onto the number 10 slot with “Rainbow” for the second week running
Position Artist Song
1 Chidinma_E mi ni Baller
2 P-Square_Personally
3 D’banj_Don’t tell me nonsense
4 Burna Boy_ Run My Race
5 DJ Xclusive_No Time
6 Timaya_Ekoloma Demba
7 Wande Coal_ The Kick
8 Ice Prince_ VIP
9 Flavour_ Chinny Baby
10 2face Rainbow
Every week, the Official Naija Top 10 is put together by an elite judging panel of Nigerian broadcasters, music specialists and tastemakers, working with MTV Base to pick the winners and losers in the week’s chart. On the panel are Onos Ovueraye (Bella Naija.com), DJ Humility (Rhythm FM), DJ Jimmy Jatt, DJ Xclusive (Cool FM), Big Time (Rhythm FM), DJ Caise (The Beat FM), Toolz (The Beat FM) and Osagie Alonge (Nigerian Entertainment Today).

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