- A rich young Nigerian with the Twitter name Drift Sensei has made Twitter gaga with the way he showed off his father's wealth
- The post he made has turned into a trending hashtag #ArewaTwitter
- In the picture he posted, he could be seen with another person, possibly from the same family, posing with their father's exotic cars
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There are many silent wealthy families and individuals in the world that do not always make headlines but could probably be richer than those who are always in our faces.
A Twitter user with the name Drift Sensei got Twitter talking as he shared pictures of him posing with his father’s Royce Royces.
When Twitter User ChiefpresitofPh asked him in amazement if his father had two Rolls Royces, the young man replied and corrected him that there are actually three; two Ghosts and a Wraith.
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Another Twitter user with the name Suhail H Saulawa was so dumbstruck that he had to offer some prayer as he said: “God bless you. ELITE!!”
A person with the name Duke of Africa said that whoever retweeted the tweet to his timeline really inspired him on the need to work hard.
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Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that businessman and Amazon founder Jeff Bezos is the richest man in the world.
He is the wealthiest man in modern history with a nett worth of $149.4 billion, but not the wealthiest man of all time.
Mansa Musa, the 14th-century emperor of Mali, is believed to be the richest man ever with a nett worth of $400 billion. It was gathered that the emperor, who made his fortune from gold and salt, ruled from 1312 to 1337.
Rudolph Butch Ware, associate professor of history at the University of California, said it is almost impossible to describe how wealthy and powerful the ruler truly was.
The emperor was able to grow his kingdom under his rule, annexing 24 cities, including Timbuktu.
However, after his death in 1337 at the age of 57, the empire, which was taken over by his sons, could not be held together, leading to its downfall.
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