Known to be the richest man in Africa and the richest black man in the world, Aliko Dangote has achieved a lot and will definitely leave a great legacy behind. He is one of the few African billionaires whose wealth is not linked to technology or oil investments.
Dangote has topped the list of Africa’s richest men for a long time and with a net worth of $10.5 million it doesn’t look like he would be dropping anytime soon. Today, he is known to be one of the powerful black men in the world and having the power to shake Nigeria’s economy through his business ventures.
For someone so rich and powerful, you would expect him to have a house so magnificent and wonderful. You would except word-class furniture and facilities, top architectural design, quality finishing, a vast garage and massive rooms to conclude. Well, in this article, we are going to take you through Aliko Dangote’s House and its location. We are also going to share photos of the interior and the exterior of the mansion and reveal the worth of the mansion.
A Brief Biography Of Aliko Dangote
Aliko Dangote is an ethnic Hausa Muslin who hails from Kano, Kano State and the owner of the Dangote Group. He is a business magnate, investor, and entrepreneur and one of Nigeria’s top employers of labor. According to several interviews, Dangote has always stated that he had shown interest in the trading business from an early age and was already into the trading business while he was in primary school.
He went ahead to form the Dangote Group in 1977 as a small trading firm which has today grown to a multi-billion-dollar conglomerate. The Dangote group deals in several commodities like food processing, freight, and cement manufacturing, it also dominates the sugar market in Nigeria is the major supplier to the companies like breweries and confectioners that rely on sugar as a key ingredient in their products.
Dangote received an honor from the Nigerian government in 2009 as the leading provider of employment in the Nigerian construction industry and was awarded Nigeria’s second-highest honor, the Grand Commander of the Order of Nigeria (GCON) in 2011.
Dangote is also known to be quite generous as he donated N150 million to the Nigerian government to halt the spread of Ebola in 2014. He has also contributed to nation-building and gave N200 million to the Presidential Library.
Being Africa richest man and having hundreds of trillion of naira in your account should mean that you have access to the best things life can offer. Well, Dangote is a man who takes luxury to another level as his house is one of the most expensive mansions in Nigeria.
Simply looking at the exterior design and you would tell that this house belongs to someone that is high and mighty. The exterior has a simple painting style with white being the main color. Also, the fence surrounding the house is painted white while the gate is painted black. There is a little touch of nature added to the surrounding with trees and grass well arranged and neatly cut in the surroundings.
Moving inside, the house is well furnished with a touch of royalty all over the place. It doesn’t’ look really modern but that doesn’t mean that Dangote lacks taste.
The kitchen is another marvel to behold as it seems that no expense was spared to make it look befitting of a billionaire. We also noticed that there was a flat screen TV hanging on the wall in the kitchen which means you can entertain yourself while preparing your meal.
The bedroom is another masterpiece of the Dangote mansion. It beats all others of Nigerian celebrities and billionaires and is something you can’t find even in the classiest hotels.
Looking at the design, finishing and the facilities of the house you would certainly agree that it would cost a fortune. Well, the house is reportedly worth $30 million and is one of the most expensive houses in Nigeria.
The mansion is located in the Nation’s Capital in Abuja and is the permanent residence of the Billionaire.
That concludes our article on the Aliko Dangote’s house and if you carefully look at the photos above you will definitely agree that this house is befitting of a billionaire and should be worth billions of naira.