Igho Sanomi News

Igho Sanomi, Founder & Chairman, Taleveras Group

How 42-year old Nigerian oilman Igho Sanomi built a commodities trading giant

Igho Sanomi, 41, is the founder of Taleveras, a $2 billion (revenues) international commodities trading company active over a wide spectrum of global energy markets including crude oil and refined petroleum products, natural gas and power.

Igho Sanomi, Founder and CEO, Taleveras Group

Nigerian multi-millionaire oil tycoon Igho Sanomi to build giant oil storage terminal in Equatorial Guinea

Taleveras Group, an oil trading firm owned by Igho Sanomi, a 39 year-old Nigerian businessman, has signed an agreement with Equatorial Guinea’s Ministry of Mines, Industry and Energy to construct what will be one of the largest oil storage terminals in Africa.

Africa's Richest 2014 Visualization

Africa's Richest 2014 (Visualization)

Visualization of Africa’s Richest 55. Data courtesy of Ventures Africa. Sort and filter by Net Worth (US $). Filter by Number of Jobs Created, Country of Citizenship, Industry, Age, and Gender.

Folorunsho Alakija of Nigeria is the richest black woman in the world, ahead of Oprah Winfrey, with a personal fortune of $7.3bn from oil and gas. Photograph: Bennett Raglin/Getty Images

Nigerian billionaires dominate African rich list with £49B ($78B) between them

Nigeria has more billionaires than any other country in Africa, including the continent’s wealthiest man and the world’s richest black woman, according to a ranking published this week.

Tony Elumelu, Chairman of Heirs Holdings, Chairman of Transcorp, and Chairman of UBA Group

Nigeria's four newest billionaires: Tony Elumelu, Cletus Ibeto, Benedict Peters, & Akanimo Udofia

Nigeria has four new billionaires, according to wealth research done by Ventures Africa.