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18 Richest Men In Nasarawa State (2021)

Nasarawa state was founded in 1996 from Plateau state, which was adjacent. On the west, it has a boundary with the Federal Capital Territory, while Kaduna, Benue and Kogi, and Plateau and Taraba states border it on the north. The list of the wealthiest men in Nasarawa state is arranged in no special order.

Richest Men In Nasarawa State

1. Husaini Abdullahi

A former military governor of Bendel State in Nigeria, Vice Admiral Husaini Abdullahi (3 March 1939 – 9 July 2019) served under General Olusegun Obasanjo from March 1976 to July 1978. A native of Doma Local Government, currently in Nasarawa State, Husaini Abdullahi is one of the richest men in Nasarawa State. While serving as a lieutenant commander in the Nigerian Civil War, Abdullahi was in charge of troop landings from NNS Lokoja during the conquest of Bonny Island in July 1967.

Brigade General Murtala Muhammed declared on July 30, 1975, that Captain Abdullahi had been nominated to the Supreme Military Council by the new head of state. Military Governor of Bendel State from March 1976 to July 1978 was Commodore Abdullahi, appointed by General Olusegun Obasanjo. Following his retirement as a vice admiral from the navy, Abdullahi became chairman of Inland Bank Nigeria’s board of directors.

2. A.M. Abu-Abdissamad

Abdullahi Musa Abu-Abdissamad, born on February 15, 1956, is a business consultant and educator who specializes in international business. His company, Unique International Consultants, provides consulting services throughout Nigeria.

3. Haruna Abubakar

As part of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) platform, Haruna Abubakar was elected senator for Nasarawa South seat in Nasarawa State, Nigeria, at the beginning of the Nigerian Fourth Republic (2004-2008). On May 29, 1999, he was sworn into office.

In the year 1952, Abubakar was born on June 6. After graduating from law school, he went on to become a businessman and served as a legal consultant to the National Party of Nigeria (NPN) during the Second Republic in Nigeria. Under the military administration of General Sani Abacha, he was the managing director of Pipelines and Petroleum Products Marketing Co.

4. Abdullahi Adamu

Born on July 23, 1946, in Keffi, Nasarawa State, Abdullahi Adamu is a Nigerian politician. Government Secondary School, Makurdi (1960–1962); Government Technical College, Bukuru (1962–1965); and Kaduna Polytechnic (1965–1988) were among his educational institutions. Upon his return to Kaduna Polytechnic in June 1971, he obtained a Higher National Diploma.

Adamu began working for the Nigerian Electricity Corporation in 1967. The Northern Nigeria Development Corporation (NNDC) Kaduna hired him as a consultant in 1971.

As a Project Manager for Durbar Hotel and Murtala Mohammed Square in Kaduna, he joined AEK in 1973. In October 1975, the Benue/Plateau State government appointed him Executive Secretary of the Benue/Plateau Construction Company.

The Benue Cement Company, Gboko, was his employer from February 1980 to September 1983.

After enrolling part-time at the University of Jos in 1987, he graduated with an LLB (Hons) in 1992. It was in Lagos that he received his Bachelor of Laws degree and was admitted to the Nigerian Bar in December 1993.

5. Suleiman Adokwe

Adokwe, born on February 15, 1954, became the 29th Senator of the state of Nasarawa, Nigeria, after being elected on May 29, 2007. Suleiman Adokwe is one of the richest men in Nasarawa State. This person is affiliated with the Democratic Party of the People (PDP). Alago is an Idomoid ethnic group, and he is a member of that group.

6. Patrick Aga

During the Nigerian Fourth Republic, Patrick Aga was elected senator for the Nasarawa North seat of Nasarawa State, campaigning on the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) platform. He was inaugurated on May 29, 1999. His first committee assignments were to the Ethics, Judiciary, Women’s Issues, Commerce and Education Committees as well as the Local and Foreign Debt Committee (vice-chairman).

7. Silas Ali Agara

Aga joined the Alliance for Democracy (AD) party in the run-up to the 2003 elections, hoping to be elected Nasarawa governor on that platform. There were two opposing factions within the AD party when the election results were announced. Chief Adebisi Akande’s side named Aga as its deputy chairman for the North-Central area in December 2003.

8. Patricia Akwashiki

Born on January 1, 1973, Silas Agara is a Nigerian politician, sports enthusiast, and current Nasarawa State deputy governor. In 2015, he was confirmed as Umaru Tanko Al-running Makura’s companion. He formerly worked as Nasarawa State Governor’s Special Adviser on Sports.

On 29 May 2007, Patricia Naomi Akwashiki (born 2 November 1953) was elected Senator representing the Nasarawa North Senatorial District of the Nasarawa State of Nigeria under the umbrella Peoples Democratic Party (PDP).

Akwashiki graduated from Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, in 1982 with a BA in Education. She began her career in banking, rising to the position of senior management. According to PDP’s platform, she was elected to the Fifth Assembly (2003-2007) of the United States Congress. For her second term, she was not nominated by the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), therefore she switched to the All Nigerian Peoples Party (ANPP), where she was elected senator for Nasarawa North in 2007.

9. Baba Alakyo

The Ombatse militia organization, which he coordinates, is based in Nasarawa Egon, a local government area of Nasarawa State, northern Nigeria. As a result of his actions, 74 police officers and 10 members of the State Security Service were killed in an attack in May 2013. He is also known as one of the richest and prominent men in Nasarawa.

10. Esther Ibanga

In 1961, Abumadga Auta and Mariamu Abimiku gave birth to Esther Ibanga, who was born on 31 March 1961. In her family, she was one of eight daughters. She was the seventh kid out of ten. This young woman hails from Kagbu, in the Nasarawa Eggon Local Government Area of the state of Nasarawa. As a police officer, her father earned numerous accolades for his bravery and honesty. “My father was a praying man and a prophet,” she says. We were raised in a prayer-filled environment. The name he gave me was Baban Meche which translates to a wonderful woman.

‘Mama mission’ was the nickname given to her strict mother, Mariamu Abimiku, because of her commitment to the church’s fellowship (Zumantan Mata) and the mission trips she took. She has two daughters, Uyai and Ifiok, and has been married to Ikoedem Ibanga for 25 years.

Other richest men in Nasarawa includes the following people;

Usman Jibrin

Hassan Muhammed Lawal

Shuaibu Ibrahim (Army)

David Emmanuel Ombugadu

Yusuf Musa Nagogo

Ibrahim Kpotun Idris

Labaran Maku

Jim Nwobodo

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