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BUY, BUY! Arsenal fans beg Nigerian billionaire Aliko Dangote – worth £8.3bn – to buy club from Kroenke after 2021 takeover hint

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ARSENAL fans are desperate for Nigerian billionaire Aliko Dangote to buy the club following Stan Kroenke’s involvement in the disastrous European Super League. The magnate, worth £8.3billion, invested in an oil refinery and claimed it would be operational this year, allowing him to focus on new projects which could include buying Arsenal. GDangote said in January 2020: “It is a team that yes, I would like to buy some day. “I’m trying to finish building the company and then after we finish, maybe some time in 2021, we can. “I’m not buying Arsenal right now, I’m buying Arsenal when I finish all these projects because I’m trying to take the company to the next level.” And Gunners supporters are hoping Dangote can soon replace Kroenke at the head of the table.

18 Year Old Kevin David Lehmann Becomes World's Youngest Billionaire

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  Kevin David Lehmann Becomes World's Youngest Billionaire  The youngest billionaire in the world right now has a German drugstore chain to thank for his fortune. That's according to Forbes ' annual billionaire ranking, which was released on April 6. The teen, 18-year-old Kevin David Lehmann, is worth $3.3 billion and inherited his wealth from his dad.     Lehmann, 18, is worth $3.3 billion after inheriting stakes in German drugstore chain dm-drogerie markt from his father, Guenther Lehmann. That's according to Forbes' 35th annual billionaires list , which was released on April 6.

Top Ten Billionaires 2021

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According to the  Forbes World’s Billionaires List (as of 7 April 2021) 1. Jeff Bezos: $177bn The former hedge fund manager started Amazon in his garage in 1994. Bezos has invested heavily in space technology too, and also owns The Washington Post newspaper. It was announced that he will  step down as Amazon CEO  in Q3 2021 and transition to a new role of executive chair. 2. Elon Musk: $151bn Musk is the CEO of Tesla and the founder and CEO of SpaceX.  He divides his time  between SpaceX, Tesla and projects like Hyperloop, a proposed ultra-high-speed train line. 3. Bernard Arnault & family: $150bn Arnault  is the wealthiest European on the list. The Frenchman oversees an empire of more than 70 brands including Louis Vuitton and Sephora. 4. Bill Gates: $124bn The Microsoft founder has been a permanent fixture near the top of the rich list for the past 20 years, despite selling and then giving away much of his stake in the company. He now owns just 1% and focuses predominantly on his

Black Billionaires in 2021

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  Black Billionaires 2021 The World’s Black Billionaires in 2021 Black billionaires make up fewer than 1% of all billionaires worldwide. Who are the select few who made it into the ranks of the world’s richest people? In this graphic, we used the Forbes real-time billionaire list to highlight the most financially successful Black people, and the source(s) of their wealth. Black Billionaires, Ranked The data is as of February 24, 2021, and includes bi/multi racial individuals with Black ancestry. Altogether, there are 15 Black billionaires with a combined wealth of $48.9 billion . Here is the how the full list breaks down: Rank Name Net Worth Citizenship Source 1 Aliko Dangote $11.5B Nigeria Cement, sugar 2 Mike Adenuga $6.1B Nigeria Telecom, oil 3 Robert F. Smith $5.2B United States Private equity 4 Abdulsamad Rabiu $4.8B Nigeria Cement, sugar 5 David Steward $3.7B United States IT provider 6 Patrice Motsepe $3.1B South Africa Mining