Omokolade Ajayi

Omokolade Ajayi is a financial reporter at Billionaires.Africa. Previously, he worked as a journalist at Nairametrics. Omokolade is a seasoned financial analyst and reporter with in-depth knowledge of and expertise in equity markets, and financial and economic analysis. He has a degree in economics and is a certificate holder of the CFA Institute’s Investment Foundation Program.

Ethiopia’s richest man Mohammed Al-Amoudi loses $300 million in just four days

Al-Amoudi holds the 500th spot on the Bloomberg Billionaires Index, with a net worth of $5.05 billion.

South Africa’s richest man Johann Rupert’s net worth declines by $800 million in 11 days

Rupert has seen his net worth slide by $800 million amid Richemont's share slump.

Egyptian banker Karim Awad drives EFG Hermes to success: Q1 profits exceed $30 million

The group’s impressive financial performance underscores its position as a leading financial institution in the region.

Nigerian billionaire Abdul Samad Rabiu rockets to prominence on Bloomberg’s billionaires’ list

Rabiu joins Bloomberg's billionaires' list, showcasing Africa's rising business leaders.

Tyler Perry faces off against 50 Cent, Shaq, Diddy in battle for $3-billion BET business

Perry expands involvement in BET acquisition amidst speculation of collaborations with prominent figures.


Neal Froneman leads Sibanye to green future with wind energy deal

Neal Froneman leads Sibanye-Stillwater to a green milestone, secures wind energy deal for carbon neutrality by 2040

South African tycoon Sipho Maseko locks in $608 million to acquire Telkom stake

South African businessman Sipho Maseko secures $608 million funding for game-changing Telkom stake acquisition

Led by Kenyan banker Nasim Devji, DTB posts impressive Q1 profits of over $17 million

Diamond Trust Bank Group reports impressive Q1 profit surge of over $17 million, led by Nasim Devji's strategic leadership

Abdul Samad Rabiu’s net worth surpasses $8 billion with single-day gain of $501 million

With the latest surge of $501 million in his net worth, Abdul Samad Rabiu's year-to-date wealth gains have now reached $1.53 billion.