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Davido Along with 4 other Nigerians who have their personal “Private Jet”.

Being a private jet owner is regarded as a significant accomplishment. It’s also one of the most comfortable ways to get from one place to another.

Unlike public transportation, with a private jet, you can choose your flight schedule and enjoy as much luxury as you want during your trip.

Owners of private jets in Nigeria include well-known clergymen, celebrities, politicians, and wealthy businessmen. In this article, we will look at 5 Nigerians who own a private jet.

  • Aliko Dangote

Aliko Dangote is Africa’s richest man and a business magnate. The serial entrepreneur and skilled businessman is from Kano State, Nigeria. According to reports, he owns a private jet that he uses for business trips.


David Adeleke, better known as Davido, is a multi-award-winning Nigerian singer. He is one of Nigeria’s youngest private jet owners. He is the owner of a Bombardier Global Express 6000.

David Oyedepo is the third.

David Oyedepo is said to be one of the world’s wealthiest pastors. He is the founder and General Overseer of Living Faith Aka Winners Chapel.

He is said to own four private jets, including a Bombardier Challenger 604, a Grumman Gulf Stream 1 (G-159), a Gulfstream IV (G-IV), and a Gulfstream V. (Gee-5).

Mike Adenuga is number four.

Mike Adenuga is the CEO of Globacom, a telecommunications company. Globacom, with over 52 million subscribers, is Nigeria’s second-largest telecom operator after MTN.

Mike Owns a fleet of private jets, including the Falcon 7X, the Bombardier Challenger 604, and the Bombardier Global Express XRS.

Pastor Adeboye is number five.

Pastor Adeboye is the founding pastor and General Overseer of the RCCG, which has numerous branches in Nigeria and around the world. He is said to own two private jets, a Gulfstream G550 and a Gulfstream GIV.

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