1. Prince Arthur Eze
He is the chairman, originator and owner of Atlas Petroleum International Limited,owner of one of Africa’s oil exploration blocks. Currently his oil & gas business Atlas Oranto Petroleum spans its business operations across several African countries including: Benin Republic, the Gambia, Equatorial Guinea, Senegal, Mali, Ghana, Liberia, Sierra Leone, Ivory Coast and Nigeria.
2. Cletus M. Ibeto
Nnewi a town located in Anambra State,south eastern Nigeria renowed for entrepreneurship, business and also a lot of Igbo billionaires. Chief Cletus Ibeto hails from Nnewi,and started off by importing spare parts for cars and motorcycle spare part. Currently the Ibeto group have interest in the production of oil lubricants and other petroleum products and The Ibeto Hospitality,a subsidiary of The Ibeto Group manages a number of Nigerian hotels.
3. Jim Ovia
Jim Ovia is a savvy Igbo business man and the founder of Zenith Bank,one of the best banks in Nigeria and Africa. He is also among the Top 10 Richest Men In Nigeria. The billionaire Igbo man also has investments in Nigeria’s telecommunication industry and real estate business.
4. Tony Elumelu
Mr Tony Elumelu is one of the most influential men in Nigeria. He is a graduate of economics and the owner of the Tony Elumelu Foundation. Tony Elumelu is among The Top 10 Richest Men In Nigeria. He was the chairman of UBA United Bank for Africa,currently he is the owner of Transcorp and Heirs Holdings.
5. Dr. ABC Orjiako
This Igbo business man has established himself as powerhouse in the Nigerian oil and business sector. The surgeon is the chairman and SEPLAT,one of the biggest petroleum development firms in Nigeria. Dr ABC Orjiako also has investments ans several other business dealings which includes shipping, pharmaceuticals, real estate and constructions.
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