I’ll Make More Money than King Solomon – Nigeria’s Richest Woman, Folorunsho Alakija Opens Up

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The richest African woman has said one of her goals and aspirations in life is to have more money than King Solomon in the Bible.

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While speaking at the Kingsway International Christian Centre (KICC) in Lagos, Nigerian billionaire business tycoon and richest woman in Africa, Folorunsho Alakija, revealed that her goal is to make more money than the Biblical King Solomon.

The Lagos state-born business woman who was once world’s richest black woman and unseated Oprah Winfrey from the top position in 2014, spoke during the facilitated wealth creation platform held on November 12 and said: “I will make more money than King Solomon in the Bible. I am working towards that and with his grace, I will.”

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The billionaire bussines mogul who also gave tips not only on acquiring but sustaining wealth added: “You can’t afford to be laid back, I’m not saying you should be aggressive without a purpose but I’m saying there are ways to be aggressive positively and I can tell you that you have to make that move, put yourself forward and be ready to face all hurdles.”

7 thoughts on “I’ll Make More Money than King Solomon – Nigeria’s Richest Woman, Folorunsho Alakija Opens Up

  1. Hmmm. Woman...the bible recorded that God promised Solomon that before or after Solomon, there will never be anyone like him. Madam reason am well o before you start to yan

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  2. She doesn't know what she's talking about. Solomon makes an average of 50,000 Pounds of gold in a year. That is about $666.6 Million a year and about N303 Billion a year.
    A seamstress forming for us. If not the country that has no values, that glorifies unheard things, hiw can a seamstres own an oilfield in Ikpo???
    Solomon in all his wisdom and riches refers to it all as a striving after wind.
    Wake up Madam, and read Eccl 12:13&14

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