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Abdulsamad Rabiu (Businessperson, Nigeria)

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Syllabus of the Subject - Abdulsamad Rabiu (Nigerian Businessman and Philanthropist)

  1. Abdulsamad Rabiu (Nigerian Muslim Businessman)
  2. Nigerian Bank of Industry
  3. BUA Business Conglomerate

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Abdulsamad Rabiu. Nigerian Muslim Businessman. BUA Business Conglomerate

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Description: Abdulsamad Rabiu (Nigerian Businessman)

Abdulsamad Rabiu (Nigerian Banker and Businessman, Hausa) was born in the Kano State (North of Nigeria) in 1960.

  1. Abdulsamad Rabiu is the Director of the BUA Business Conglomerate and Chairperson of the Bank of Industry (one of the oldest Nigerian banks)
  2. The BUA Group is a Nigerian Conglomerate working in several sectors: petrol and gas, cement (Cement Company of Northern Nigeria), sugar (the second-largest sugar refinery in Africa), Shipping, property (real estate)
  3. In 1988 Abdulsamad Rabiu creates the BUA Group as an Import/Export company
  4. The BUA Group has a refinery in the Port of Lagos
  5. Abdulsamad Rabiu is one of the richest businesspeople in Nigeria, with an estimated net worth of 1.2 billion dollars (Forbes).
  6. Rabiu inherited the family group from his father, Isyaku Rabiu, a prominent Nigerian Businessman arrested by the Nigerian Government
  7. He earns a Bachelor's Degree in Economics (Capital University, Colombus - United States)
  8. Commander of the Order of the Niger

Mr Abdulsamad Rabiu is Muslim

  1. Abdul Samad Rabiu, as a good Muslim devotes significant resources to philanthropy through the BUA Foundation, recently the Foundation donate funds for the creation of the Centre for Islamic Studies

Abdul Samad Rabiu is an African Businessman of the West African Economic Area (African Civilisation)

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