Meet 10 Kids Of Africa’s Top 50 Richest People Who Are Hardworking Like Their Billionaire Parent

These youthful posterity of spectacularly rich African folks are demonstrating so as to separate themselves the same resoluteness and danger taking that has made their guardians the best individuals on the landmass.

While the vast majority of them are corporate stallions assembling their own legacies in organizations their guardians have set up, others are business visionaries who have chosen to strike out all alone and compose their own particular fates.

The following is a Forbes article that investigates the offspring of Africa’s wealthiest individuals and how they have likewise strived to be similar to their guardian.


1. Rajiv Ruparelia, Uganda

Chief at Ruparelia Group

Rajiv Ruparelia, 25, is the main child of Sudhir Ruparelia, Uganda’s wealthiest man. He holds a degree in Banking and Finance from Regents University London.

The more youthful Ruparelia now gives orders at the Ruparelia Group, the Ugandan combination his dad established, which has premiums in lodgings, managing an account, horticulture and instruction.

Sudhir Ruparelia made his child take in the ropes of business numerous years back by utilizing him first as a doorman, then as a development specialist, then as a bank employee, before moving him up the step and giving him administrative positions in the gathering. “I needed him to learn lowliness and to comprehend the different organizations at the most fundamental level,”Sudhir Ruparelia told this journalist.

Rajiv, a well known socialite in Kampala why should attempting shed his gathering kid picture, heads procedure at the Ruparelia Group and arranges vast ticket bargains for his dad’s benefit universally.

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2. Jide Adenuga, Nigeria

Liquor business visionary

Jide Adenuga, 33, the eldest child of Mike Adenuga, Nigeria’s second wealthiest man, beforehand served as an executive in his dad’s oil conveyance organization Conoil PLC, yet struck out all alone a couple of years prior to look for his fortune in the liquor business.

He is the author and CEO of 3 Inclusive Ltd, an organization that is the select shipper and wholesaler of Montaudon champagne in Nigeria.


3. Florence Ifeoluwa Otedola, Nigeria

Ifeoluwa Otedola passes by the moniker ‘DJ Cuppy’ and is one of Nigeria’s most conspicuous DJ’s. In August she set out on an eight-city visit crosswise over Africa.


Amid the visit named ‘Cuppy Takes Africa’. Femi Otedola’s little girl additionally performed at Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari’s initiation supper and has performed at gigs, for example, the 2014 Financial Times Summit and the 2015 MTV Africa Music Awards.

She is the author of Red Velvet Music Group, an amusement organization that is wanting to advance into an undeniable record mark and ability administration organization.


4. Jonathan Oppenheimer, South Africa

Chief, E. Oppenheimer and Sons

Jonathan Oppenheimer, the 45 year-old child of South Africa’s wealthiest man, Nicky Oppenheimer, already served in different administrative positions at De Beers, the precious stone mining organization that his family controlled for quite a long time before auctioning off to Anglo American in 2012.

He now heads E. Oppenheimer and Sons, the South African venture organization that deals with the Oppenheimer family’s speculations over the world.


It puts resources into African organizations through private value finances, for example, Tana Capital, an Africa-centered privately owned business established by E. Oppenheimer and Son in association with Temasek of Singapore.


5. Vimal and Tarun Shah, Kenya

Administrators at Bidco Oil

Vimal and Tarun Shah are the children of Bhimji Depar Shah, the author of Bidco Oil refineries. Bidco is one of Kenya’s biggest assembling organizations, with a 49% offer of the palatable oils market in the nation.

Their dad now takes a rearward sitting arrangement in maintaining the business, while children Vimal and Tarun, who serve as CEO and Executive Director, separately, have driven the organization to more than $300 million in yearly incomes and its items are made, sold and appropriated in 14 nations crosswise over Africa.


6. Mhamed Elalamy, Morocco

General Manager, Saham Finances

Mhamed Elalamy is the most seasoned child of Moulay Hafid Elalamy, the originator of Saham Group, a Moroccan aggregate that claims insurance agencies, call focuses and restorative facilities.

The more youthful Elalamy has a degree in business and trade from the University of British Columbia and right now serves as a General Manager for Saham Group.


7. Ahmed Indimi, Nigeria

Executive/Head of Crude Marketing Department at Oriental Energy Resources

Indimi’s dad, Mohammed Indimi, is the originator of Oriental Energy Resources (OER), one of Nigeria’s biggest indigenous upstream oil organizations.

Ahmed, who has a MBA in Internet Security from the American InterContinental University, in Atlanta, Georgia (in the U.S.), is the head of Crude Oil Marketing at OER


8. Sameer Merali, Kenya

Executive, Sameer Group

Kenya’s third wealthiest man, Naushad Merali, named his combination, Sameer Group, after his just child, Sameer Merali. Sameer, who has a M.Sc. in Banking and International Finance and a BSc (Hons) in Management Sciences, has served as an Executive Director of the gathering for quite a while and is as of now an individual from the top managerial staff of tire assembling organization Sameer Africa.


9. Abubakar Bakhresa, Tanzania

Official Director, Bakhresa Group

Effectively the most well known child of Said Salim Bakhresa, Tanzania’s antisocial third wealthiest man, the more youthful Bakhresa is fundamentally accountable for the wheat obtainment and processing organizations of the Bakhresa Group.

He has a degree in Finance from Georgetown University. U.S.A.


10. Theo Danjuma, Nigeria

Artist and art collector

Contemporary art collector Theo Danjuma is a child of Theophilus Danjuma, a resigned Nigerian general and oilman.

In 2008 Danjuma propelled the Danjuma Collection, which comprises of near 400 works of contemporary workmanship by built up and developing craftsmen from the U.S, Europe and Africa, including 2013 Turner Prize chosen one Lynette Yiadom-Boakye, Glenn Ligon, Cyprien Gaillard, Klara Linden and Sarah Lucas.


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