March 3, 2024
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Atiku, Apostle Johnson Suleman: List of Nigerians Who Own Private Jets and Their Net Worth

 

 

FCT, Abuja – Some Nigerian public figures have been known to spend their money on lavish things, and a private jet is one of them.

 

A private jet allows people to travel in comfort and style and the jets can be customised to meet the owners’ needs.

 

Some have private bedrooms, kitchens, and even conference rooms — for the ultimate travel experience.

 

The types of private jets include Very Light Jets, Light Jets, Mid-Size Jets, Super Mid-Size Jets, Heavy Business Jets, Ultra-Long Range Jets, and Executive Airliners.

 

It is noteworthy that although some prominent Nigerians have been pictured and videoed using private jets, some of them chartered the plane.

 

So you don’t need to own a private jet to fly on one. When chartering a private jet, you pay a one-off quoted price for the trip.

 

Also, to ensure you get the best price, do not go directly to the jet charter operator; instead, use a broker and benefit from having dozens of safety-approved operators compete for your business.

 

As published by The Punch on Monday, January 29, below are names of some Nigerians who reportedly own private jets, along with their net worth:

Pastor Chris Oyakhilome – General Overseer of Christ Embassy – $50 million

Jide Omokore – Unavailable

Prophet Jeremiah Omoto Funfeyin – Founder of Christ Mercyland Deliverance Ministry – $35 million

Wizkid – Musician – $30 million

Don Jazzy – Musician – $10 million

Patrick Ifeanyi Ubah – Politician – $1.7 billion

Aliko Dangote – Founder of Dangote group – $19.6 billion

Mike Adenuga – CEO of Globacom Limited – $7 billion

Allen Onyema – CEO of Airpeace – $3.1 billion

Arthur Eze – CEO of Atlas Oranto Petroleum – $5.8 billion

Igho Sanomi – Businessman – $1 billion

Orji Uzor Kalu – Politician and businessman – $1.1 billion

Late Prophet TB Joshua – General overseer SCOAN – $15 million

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Bishop David Oyedepo – General overseer of Living Faith Church – $200 million

Joseph Arumemi-Ikhide – Founder of Arik Air – $3 billion

Theophilus Danjuma – Nigerian politician – $1.1 billion

Adedeji Adeleke -President of Adeleke university – $700 million

Cletus Madubugwu Ibeto – CEO of The Ibeto Group – $3.8 billion

Apostle Johnson Suleman – General overseer of Omega Fire Ministries – $10.5 million

Dr. Bryant (ABC) Orjiako – Chairman and co-founder of SEPLAT – $1.2 billion

Femi Otedola – Businessman and Philanthropist – $1.2 billion

Atiku Abubakar – Politician- $1.8 billion

Olusegun Obasanjo – Politician – $1.6 billion

Rochas Okorocha – Politician – $1.4 billion

Rotimi Amaechi – Politician – $780 million

Senator Ali Modu Sheriff – Politician – $1 million – $5 million

Pastor Adeboye – General Overseer of The Redeemed Christian Church of God – $65 million

Pastor Ayo Oritsejafor – Former president of Christian Association of Nigeria – $32 million

Folorunsho Alakija – Businesswoman – $1.53 billion

Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida – Nigerian retired general – $5 billion

Godswill Akpabio – Politician – $20 million

Obi Cubana – Businessman – $96 million

Tiwa Savage – Musician – $17 billion

Phyno – Musician – $12 million

Ned Nwoko – Politician and businessman – $1.2 billion

Jimoh Ibrahim – Businessman – $1.1 billion

DJ Cuppy – Nigerian DJ – $3 million

Ernest Azudialu Obiejesi – Business man – $900 million

Olamide – Musician – $12 million

P-Square – Musician – $100 million (Speculated)

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