Nigeria's richest man, Aliko Dangote withdrew Rs 69,23,10,000 (10 Million dollars) from bank just to look at them and confirm that he is actually rich.
Africa's richest man, Aliko Dangote, once withdrew Rs 69,23,10,000 (10 Million dollars) just to confirm that he was actually rich and those were not just some numbers on a paper.
According to a report from Agence France Presse, Nigerian billionaire, Aliko Dangote said, "When you're young your first million is important, but after, the numbers don't mean much."
Dangote who is a manufacturing tycoon in Nigeria deals with a broad spectrum of manufacturing. From cement to flour, his companies manufacture everything.
Dangote added, "One day, I cashed 10 million, put them in the boot of my car I put it in my room. I looked at them and thought 'now I believe I have money' and took it back to the bank the next day."
In his interview, he also spoke about the agriculture and invention of new technologies, which are the most promising sectors in Africa.
He also advised young business developers to not get carried away at the first taste of success, "Often in Africa, we spend our projected incomes. There are ups and downs."
He also spoke about the problems with the customs and administrations that create problems with business development throughout the continent.