Yusuf Abdulfatai

Yusuf Abdulfatai Adekunle is a finance and economics reporter at Billioniares.Africa. He is also a lecturer at Kwara State Polytechnic University. Previously, he worked as an economic analyst for Bulwark Intelligence. Abdulfatai is a trained economist with an expert knowledge of business and economics. He has a master's degree in economics and holds a Chartered Management Accountant certification from the Institute of Chartered Management Accounting.

7 assets owned by Kenya’s largest landholders, Kenyatta family

Billionaires.Africa has identified and monitored seven prominent assets owned by the Kenyatta family.

Tony Elumelu’s wife, Awele, gains nearly $7 million as Transcorp shares soar

This recent surge in Awele Elumelu’s stake further solidifies her position as one of the top investors on the Nigerian Exchange.

Nigerian tycoon Tony Elumelu’s UBA launches $6-billion initiative to support African SMEs

United Bank for Africa Plc, the pan-African financial services group led by Nigerian tycoon Tony Elumelu, has unveiled a $6-billion initiative.

10 companies owned by world’s first Black billionaire, Robert L. Johnson

In 2001, Johnson made history by selling BET to Viacom for an astonishing $3 billion, making him the first Black billionaire.

South African tycoon Zunaid Moti counters investigation into Zimbabwean lithium mine, cites valuation up to $1.4 billion

Moti, one of South Africa's most controversial businessmen, is the founder of the Moti Group.


Botswana-based tycoon Jonathan Gibson gains $14.4 million in 2023

Gibson, who ranks as one of the richest investors on the Botswana Stock Exchange, holds 31,830,406 ordinary shares in Chobe Holdings.

Egyptian tycoon Medhat Khalil hit by $8.5-million loss in Raya Holding stake

Raya Holding, formed in 1999 through a merger between entities owned by Khalil and Orascom Group, is a key player in the Egyptian investment landscape.

Court sets date for ruling on Nigerian multi-millionaire ABC Orjiakor’s $101-million debt lawsuit

ABC Orjiakor, who owns a 6.4-percent stake in Seplat Energy, one of Nigeria's largest energy companies, ranks as one of Nigeria's wealthiest business figures.

7 companies owned by billionaire African energy mogul Benedict Peters

Billionaires.Africa has identified and tracked seven notable assets owned by billionaire Benedict Peters.