Top 16 Private Jet Owners in Nigeria (2022)


Top 16 Private Jet Owners in Nigeria (2022)

This article list out the top private jet owners in Nigeria today. Possessing a private jet is one of the most comfortable means of travelling from one location to another. Unlike public travel, with a private jet, you can determine your eight schedules and enjoy all the luxury you want during your trip. Private jets are super expensive; it should not come as a surprise to you that only a handful of Nigerians are able to afford one.

Owners of private jets in Nigeria range from wealthy businessmen to celebrities to politicians and even renowned pastors.

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List of Private Jet Owners in Nigeria

1. Pastor Adeboye

2. Aliko Dangote

3. Folorunsho Alakija

4. P square

5. Mike Adenuga

6. Phyno

7. Davido

8. Orji Uzor Kalu

9. Senator Ali Modu

10. DJ Cuppy

11. Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu

12. Bishop David Oyedepo

13. Pastor Ayo Oritsejafor

14. Igho Charles Sanomi II

15. Apostle Suleman Private Jet

16. Olamide


List of Private Jet Owners in Nigeria


Pastor Adeboye is the founding pastor of RCCG with various branches both in Nigeria and abroad. He has different private jets worth millions of naira. Two of his private jets have been confirmed namely Gulfstream G550 and Gulfstream GIV.



Aliko Dangote has been ranked the richest man in Africa. He is a serial and skillful businessman. The elite business magnate who has consistently ranked as the richest man in Africa hails from Kano State, Nigeria. Considering his net worth, it is not a shock that he has a private jet to ferry him during his business trips. Aliko Dangote was born on 10th April 1957 to a wealthy Muslim family. Aliko’s business venture started when he was 8. The start of Dangote Group dates back to a small trading unit from 1977. Now the business has become a conglomerate, handling the welfare of thousands of people.



The 70-year old Folorunsho Alakija is referred to as the richest woman in Nigeria and one of the richest women in Africa. Folorunsho Alakija is not only a prolific businesswoman involved in the fashion, printing, real estate and oil industries but also a philanthropist. She made her fortune in oil, fashion and printing businesses. She is one of the high-profile and well-honored women in Africa. She is the proud owner of a private jet which she calls Global Express XRS.



It was in 2014 when Peter posted that he and his twin brother sitting in a private jest that rumors PSquare owns a private jet. One of the twins came out to clarify the question that they do not own the plane completely, but it was leased to them to travel to other countries to do shows. The duo has other luxurious properties aside their mansions and cars. It is unfortunate that they quarreled and split, thereby causing both brothers to go solo in the musical industry.



Mike Adenuga is CEO of Nigeria’s second-largest Telecom operator after MTN. His massive net worth has made him an economic force to reckon with in Nigeria. He made his fortune in the oil business and telecommunications. His company, Globacom is a major competitor to MTN and has over 52 million subscribers. Globacom also has a presence in Benin, Ivory Coast and Ghana. He owns stakes in the Equatorial Trust Bank and the oil exploration firm Conoil (formerly Consolidated Oil Company). Being a wealthy and busy man, Mike Adenuga has a fleet of private jets including Bombardier Global Express XRS, Falcon 7X, and Bombardier Challenger 604.



Phyno can own a private jet if he wants too, maybe he wants to keep a low profile. The money Phyno made from his songs, have changed him that he is now wealthy and commands respected as a celebrity. Most times, Phyno takes his picture in a private jet.



The one who calls himself ‘Omo Baba Olowo’ meaning ‘Son of a wealthy man has to have a private jet. Davido is one of Nigeria’s topmost music artists. He’s the son of Nigerian billionaire Adedeji Adeleke, although he claims he earned his wealth through his hard work in the music industry. Davido doesn’t hesitate to show off his wealth on social media. He is one of the youngest Nigerians to own a private jet, a Bombardier Global Express 6000. Davido private jet price is approximately $62 million. It requires maintenance of about N252,000,000 to N1,440,000,000 each year. There are rumors that this jet belongs to his dad. Davido’s dad also has a Bombardier Challenger 605 as another of his jet acquisitions.



Orji UzorKalu has the largest fleet of private jets in Nigeria. He is a former governor of Abia state, a businessman and one of the fortunate Nigerian billionaires listed on the Forbes Magazine. Orji UzorKalu owns five private jets including a Gulfstream G650, which goes for a whooping cost of $72 million (N11.5 billion) and probably the most expensive private jet in the country. He also ownrd 3 Gulfsream IV and one Bombardier’s Global EXP XRS. He is currently the richest Igbo man in Nigeria.



SHERIFF Senator Ali Modu Sheriff was a former senator of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, a former Governor who was the first in Borno to serve twice consecutively and currently the embattled Chairman of People Democratic Party (PDP). He is one of the richest ex­-governors and an owner of 4 private jets out of which one is a Gulfstream G650 and 3 are Dornier aircrafts.



Florence Ifeoluwa Otedola, professionally known as DJ Cuppy, or simply Cuppy, is a Nigerian disc jockey and producer. She is the daughter of Nigerian businessman Femi Otedola. DJ Cuppy made it really big in the music industry at a young age. She’s one of the few Nigerian female billionaires to own a private jet. The 25-year old DJ Cuppy is well known for her innovative music mix amongst Nigerians and International fans. Being the wealthy lady and the daughter of a billionaire, she has a private jet in her name.



Bola Ahmed Tinubu is one of the iconic and well-known politicians in Nigeria. He has once served as the president of Lagos state and is currently aspiring to be the President of Nigeria. His wife, Oluremi Tinubu is a senator representing Lagos Central District. She is one of the longest-serving senators in the National house of assembly. It is reported that Bola Ahmed Tinubu has two private jets worth billions of naira.



Bishop David Oyedepo is the Founder and General Overseer Living Faith Church Worldwide AKA winners Chapel. He is one of the richest Pastors in Nigeria that owns a private jet. His church owns the largest church auditorium in the world. He is a proud owner of 4 private jets. These include a Gulfstream G550 and VG450 and Bombardiers 604.



Also on the list of pastors in Nigeria that owns a private jet is Ayo Oritsejafor, founder and the Senior Pastor of Word of Life Bible Church. He also was a former President of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN). He owns one Bombardier jet which he claimed was a gift.



Igho Charles Sanomi II is a Nigerian businessman with interests in oil, aviation and real estate. He owns a Bombardier Challenger 605.



The General Overseer of Omega Fire Ministries International, Apostle Johnson Suleman, has acquired a private jet and has joined the list of pastors who owns an aeroplane in Nigeria. We confirmed this when the pictures and videos of Apostle Johnson Suleman’s private jet was published on the Omega Fire Ministry Dubai Facebook page. Last year February, Suleman spoke against such as he urged the rich to help the poor than buying expensive cars and private jets.



Celebrities love posting their picture on private jet scenario. Olamide, Nigeria’s fasted rapper is one of them but he does not have one.

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