700 Million dollar homes and ten car garages with each vehicle worth over six figures - yes Africa houses some big earners and mega spenders. The Real Wakanda is home to oil magnates, textile queenpins, and construction tyrants who hand their hats in triple extra large mansions. To having in-home chapels to tennis courts that’d make Venus and Serena jealous to swimming pools no one uses, the African subculture of excess rivals that of the United States of America. Mercedes-Benz and Rolls-Royces are plentiful in Nigeria and South Africas upper crust, and some homes even have bullet proof windows! If you liked the Fresh Prince of Bel-Air’s house but wish it was bigger, the South African Casablanca Villa is the 35M place for you. Africa is home to 1.2 billion inhabitants, and has more than its fair share of poverty, but it does have a sliver of extreme wealth. There are an estimated 43 billionaires in Africa (compared to 388 in China and 237 in India, which have comparable populations), who share a combined wealth of about $143.8 billion. Those fortunate few live out the American dream the African way.
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CHAPTERS: 00:00 Intro 00:09 Folorunsho Alakija’s Mansion 01:54 Casablanca Villa, Cape Town, South Africa 03:17 Mike Adenuga’s Banana Island Mansion 04:33 Aliko Dangote House, Nigeria 05:21 House in Fresnaye, Cape Town 06:38 Patrice Mostepe 07:34 Sir Okeowo