List of Nigeria’s Top 10 Richest Senators


List of Nigeria’s Top 10 Richest Senators.

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This post will get through all you need to know, about the richest senators in Nigeria.

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Ejes Gist Nigeria brings you the list of Nigeria’s Top 10 Richest Senators, many Nigerians are very interested in learning Nigeria’s wealthiest senators as well as their net worth. Most of the senators you see are very rich out there, some of whom were formally merchants, Army General, businessmen, and former governors.

List of Nigeria’s Top 10 Richest Senators.

Below is the list of the Top 10 Richest Senators in Nigeria.

The net worth of Rochas Okorocha is $1.4 trillion dollars.

Rochas okorocha
The senator representing the Imo West district is Senator Rochas Okorocha. The Immediate Governor of the State of Imo was born on September 22, 1962. Before proceeding to the University of Jos, Rochas attended Joladaco school in Jos.

In 2007, he entered politics and was governor of the All Progressive Party (APC). He is the founder of the Rochas Foundation School Group and also the president of the Rochas Group of Companies, in addition to being a politician. Rochas Okorocha, with many assets and investments, is one of Nigeria’s richest senators and a multi-billionaire.

Senator Orji Uzor Kalu’s net worth is $1.1 trillion.

Orji Uzor Kalu
The new chief whip of the APC party’s Senate assembly is Senator Orji Kalu. He was born to Mr. Johnson Uzo Nsiegbe Kalu and Mrs. Kalu Eunice on September 21, 1960. He’s the Aba Constituency delegate. From September 29, 1999, to 2002, he served twice as the state governor.

With many properties, savings, and businesses, Orji Kalu is one of the wealthiest senators in Nigeria. He is the Stok Holdings CEO with many interests, including shipping, finance, oil trading, and many others. He’s also the owner of two newspapers; the daily sun and the new telegraph.

Net worth $845 million dollars to Senator Dino Melaye

Senator Dino Melaye
Dino Melaye is a senator representing the western Kogi electorate. He’s known on social media for his divisive messages. He owns many luxury houses and cars.

Born on January 1, 1974, Dino studied geography at the University of Ahmadu Bello. Which is at the air force school after completion of his high school. Within the APC faction, but now in the PDP, he entered politics. He’s one of Nigeria’s wealthiest senators, especially in Kogi state.

Senator Oluremi Tinubu Net Worth a billion dollars worth $1,230 billion

Oluremi Tinubu, who was born on 21 September 1960, is the wife of Ahmed Bola Tinubu, the national leader of the APC. Oluremi is a senator representing the Central Senatorial District of Lagos.

She is one of the house’s longest-serving senators and one of the wealthiest female senators. She made it to our list of the top 10 wealthiest senators in Nigeria with many landed assets and corporations.

Senator David Mark Net is worth $2 trillion.

David Mark, the wealthiest senator in Nigeria, represents the state of Benue. He was once the deputy President of the Senate and the former military governor of the state of Niger. He is also a former Nigerian Army Brigade General.

Prior to becoming a senator, he attended a defence academy. With many landed properties and savings, David lives a flamboyant lifestyle like other affluent senators in Nigeria.

Senator David Mark is the wealthiest senator in Nigeria with a net worth of $2 billion, and has been in the Senate since 1999 to date, making him one of the oldest serving senators in the Federal Republic of Nigeria as a two-term senate president.

Senator Stellah Odua, Net worth $1 trillion

Apart from Oluremi Tinubu, Stella Odua is another of Nigeria’s wealthiest female senators. Under the PDP party, she represents the Anambra North constituency. During the Goodluck presidency period, Stella Odua was the Minister of Aviation. Remember BMW’s Vehicle Dispute? It involved Stellah Odua. She holds a BSC degree in accounting and has an MSc from the United States in business administration.

Muhammad Ali Ndume Net worth $500 Million

In the House of Assembly, Muhammad Ali Ndume is a senator serving part of the state of Borno. In 2006, although he was later impeached due to unethical conduct, he was also once a senate majority leader.

Muhammad Ali was born in Borno on November 20th, 1956. Before going on to the Federal Polytechnic in Ilaro, he went to Gadamayo nursery and primary school.

Senator Emmanuel Nnamdi Uba, Net worth $1.7 trillion dollars.

The senator representing Anambra South is Emmanuel Nnamdi Uba, who is popularly referred to as Andy Ubah. Through the PDP party, he joined politics and finally crossed over to APC.

He’s one of Nigeria’s wealthiest senators. During his presidency, he also served as Olusegun Obasanjo’s Special Assistant for Specialities and Domestic Affairs.

Senator Theodore Orji Net Worth, $330 million dollars.

Also, Theodore Orji is one of Nigeria’s richest senators. Once, when he was the Anambra State Governor, he served as chief of staff to Orji Kalu. He is a former governor of the state of Anambra as well.
Theodore Orji is an English language graduate at the University of Ibadan.


Senator  Ifeanyi Ubah Net Worth, $1.7 trillion dollars

Patrick Ifeanyi Uba, who was born on December 3rd, 1971, is a stable Nigerian Senator. Patrick is a businessman with several real estate and oil gas investments, an entrepreneur. He also owns a football team in the Nigerian Premier League known as the Ifeanyi Football Club, as well as the Capital Oil CEO.

You will see for yourself that all these senators are very wealthy, that most of them are so wealthy that they are more than what we estimate about them here, that they do not present their foreign accounts because of their political status, nor do they publicly report their properties.



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