Aliko Dangote, Mike Adenuga and Abdul Samad Rabiu gave rise to the Lid of Fifty Billionaires with an Integrated Donation of $11.7 Million to the Novel Coronavirus Mitigation
By Abdul Rahman Bangura–
NEW AFRICA BUSINESS NEWS (NABN) Freetown, Sierra Leone- Africa’s richest billionaire – Aliko Dangote, Mike Adenuga and Abdul Samad Rabiu have been recorded among top fifty billionaires out of over seventy-seven billionaires across the planet that divulged their contributions to enable the trauma of COVID-19 on their several thrifts across boundaries.
The founder and Chairman of Dangote Group – an industrial empire, registered in the 32nd degree among the prime donors in the report; after donating $5.2 million to the Federal Government and other medical supplies. The donation, according to reports, is 0.07% of his net worth which as of May was $8 billion.
Globacom ‘s Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Mike Adenuga, listed forty on the roster with a total offering of $3.9 million in assistance to the government; representing 0.07% of his $5.8 billion net worth.
Rabiu, – the CEO of BUA Group, was also listed after Adenuga with his assistance to COVID- 19 consolation amounting to $2.6 million. Rabiu’s contribution nonetheless, represents 0.10% of his net worth, according to news.
It ’s believed that, the stunning contributor to COVID- 19 mitigation was Jack Dorsey, the CEO of Twitter and founder of Square, who strode $1 billion about a quarter (21.74%) of his $4.9 billion net worth into a Limited Liability Company (LLC) in order to find the Novel Coronavirus assistance feats and similar problems.
Bill and Melinda Gates were next on the chart with $305 million in donations to therapy and vaccine development, an amount develops movement.
The report also said that only a small percentage of the world’s over 2,095 billionaires have made financial acknowledgment of their donations to the fight against the pestilence.
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