Thursday, 23 November 2017

Lists of Richest Billionaire in Nigeria

Being referred to as ‘rich’ means having wealth or great possessions; abundantly supplied with resources, means, or funds.
As a result of the present state of the Nigerian economy, ‘someone being rich‘ may seem far-fetched in Nigeria but that is not the case as revealed by Forbes. brings you top 10 richest Nigerians according to Forbes 2017.
See below:
1. Aliko Dangote
Aliko Dangote is the richest man in Nigeria, Africa and of course the richest black man in the world. In 2014, he ranked as the 24th richest man in the world but has since then fallen to positions below 100 due to Nigeria’s poor Naira. Net Worth: $12.5 billion.
2 Mike Adenuga
Mike Adenuga is the second richest man in Nigeria with interest in Oil and Gas and telecoms. He is the owner of Globacom, Nigeria’s second biggest telecom operators and the chairman of Conoil. Net Worth: $10.5 billion.
3 Femi Otedola
He is the CEO of Zenon Oil and Gas and Forte Oil Plc. He has interest in real estates amongst other sectors. Net Worth: $2.3 billion.
4  Folorunsho Alakija
Folorunsho is a business tycoon who has interest in fashion,oil and printing industries. She is the richest Woman in Nigeria and the richest woman of the African descent in the world. Net Worth: $2.1 billion.
5. Theophilus Danjuma
Former Nigerian Chief of Army staff between 1975 to 1979. He is the current chairman of Athlantic Petroleum. Net Worth: $1.7 billion.
6. Abdusalam Rabiu
Abdusalam is the founder of the famous BUA Group. A conglomerate active in sugar refining, cement production, real estate and port operations.
In September 2015, his Group signed a $600 million deal with a chinese cement equipment service provider Sinoma International Engineering to construct a second production line located in Edo State Niger Delta, Nigeria. Net Worth: $1.5 billion.
7.  Tony Elumelu
A philanthropist and founder of the Transcorp and Heirs Holdings. He was the chairman of United Bank for Africa and was estimated to worth $1.4 billion.
8. Orji Uzor Kalu
The former governor of Abia State. He is the founder and chairman of Slok Holding. A conglomerate with interest in shipping, banking, oil, trading, manufacturing and the media.
He became a real business man at the age of 19 after being expelled from a Nigerian University for allegedly spearheading a series of student riots. Net Worth: $1.1 billion.
9. Jim Oviah
Jim Oviah is the founder of Zenith Bank. He is the chairman and the largest shareholder with a stake of almost 10%.
He also manages a mobile telecom Visafone which has over 3 million subscribers. Net Worth: $1 billion.
10. Oba Otudeko
Oba Otudeko is the Chairman and founder of the honeywell group.
He is also the chairman of FBN Holdings Plc.
His operations spread across oil and gas, flour mining, real estate, and marine transportation. Net Worth: $650 million.

30 Lucrative Blogging Niche you can choose in Nigeria and make Profits

Choose The Right Blogging Niche, Check Out The Highest Niches With Highest Traffics That Can Be generated On Monthly Basis. :

1.Nigeria News (Over 6 million readers every month)
2.Entertainment News (Over 6 Million Readers every month. 

Linda Ikeji takes almost half of that).
3.Live score (over 5 million readers every month)
4.Jobs in Nigeria (Over 5 Million readers every month)
5.Celebrity Gossips (Over 4 Million readers every month)
6.Nollywood Films (Over 4 Million readers every month)
7.Business Ideas in Nigeria (Over 3 Million readers every month)

Wednesday, 22 November 2017

3 Reasons You’re Not Getting Traffic to New Blogs

Getting traffic to a new blog can be tasky at first, unless you already have a well established platform like Ogbongeblog to advertise the new blog on. 

People create blogs everyday and run out of business (yes, blogging is business), within a few months. I personally know of a guy who stopped blogging because he never passed 800 page views per month with his pile of "weak" content. 

To get traffic to your blog, all you need to do is research. Yes that's all, I'll explain. 

5 Reputable Nigerian Bloggers that can Motivate You

This post is inspired by the hard work of Nigerians that are making legitimate money from the internet business. I have been online for over five (5) years now, and I can boldly say that; it’s difficult to identify yourself as a Nigerian online, because when foreigners (even other African countries) hear the name Nigeria, the first thing that comes to mind is fraud.
This “bad reputation” online has made it extremely difficult for hard working Nigerians to make a living online. For the love of money; some Nigerians would eventually adopt a pseudo identity in other to blend in to the online money making system. (I am not judging their decision by any means).

Choosing a Perfect Domain Name for your Blog

It’s always very exciting to start a new blog, sometimes choosing a good domain name might be a little bit difficult because you probably have several ideas running through your mind.
I will show you how to choose and register a good domain name for your blog by telling you the basic rules of choosing and registering a domain.


When choosing a domain name, here are the basic rules that must be followed.

From Pumping Gas to a $6 billion fortune – The inspiring rags-to-riches story of Forever 21’s husband-and-wife co-founders

The American Dream is the quintessential ideal for most Americans. 
Achieving the luxurious life can be a hard and difficult road, leading most people to believe it’s impossible and will simply remain just a dream. In 1981, one married couple made that dream a reality.
For Jin Sook and Don Chang from South Korea, the sandy shores of Southern California were where they chased their dream of becoming American millionaires. Although the odds were against them, they persevered through adversity and became Forever 21.

10 Ways To Earn A Living Online With Technology and Coding Skills

Most times we tend to take for granted the behind the scenes work that has been put into the PC and all other IT gadgets. 
We really overlook the fact that quite a lot of coders are hunk over their computers almost on a daily basis trying to generate codes that make most of our apps run properly.
These set of people who we relegate to the background and most times are not heard of, spend their time and resources to create software that can be used not only in apps but also in video games, social media platforms, and many others.

Lists of Richest Billionaire in Nigeria

Being referred to as ‘rich’ means having wealth or great possessions; abundantly supplied with resources, means, or funds. As a result o...