Wow, who knew DJ Xclusive was this rich + see the fab. houses Nigerians purchase in London!!!! (photos)


Nigeria’s DJ Xclusive, billionaires Folorunsho Alakija and
Dangote have been listed among the wealthy African buyers, spending almost
£4million on London property every week –  
London's reputation for having a residential property market, which is secure and a stable investment, is one of the main reasons wealthy Africans are buying, according to Beauchamp Estates 
As a matter of fact, Mrs. Alakija allegedly owns 5 apartments at the exclusive One Hyde Park apartments,  worth £81 Million while DJ Xclusive has also invested property in the capital.

In a new report by Daily Mail, these wealthy African buyers spend almost £4million on London property every week.
These super rich Africans allegedly invest their expansive wealth in
prime London property for reasons such as cultural ties to London,
general safety and education for their children added to this is the
threat of Ebola and terrorism.
Most of the buyers are from Nigeria, Ghana, Congo, Gabon, Cameroon and Senegal, with Nigeria taking the lead!
According to the report 80 per cent of the super rich spend between
£15million to £25million on a residential property, while ten per cent
spend more than £30million.
If they are not buying, they are renting luxury pads for up to
£15,000-per-week and staying for between six weeks and three months per
The is despite the salary of the average Nigerian being £850 a year….oh well!
See some photos of the assets below:
Super-rich African oligarchs are taking their vast resources and investing them in the safe haven of London property - with more than £600million spent in the capital in the past three years and £4million spent in the city every week. They favour the likes of One Hyde ParkBeauchamp Estates, which sells some of London's most expensive homes, said properties such as the one above are those favoured
Nigerians are the biggest spenders in London, with wealthy nationals forking out £250million on homes in the city in the last three yearsAfrican buyers make up five per cent of sales by value in the 'ultra prime' London market - up from two per cent in recent yearsIt is thought the property tycoons have been eyeing up homes on Kensington Palace Gardens - known as Billionaires' Row (pictured)Around 80 per cent spend between £15million to £25million on a residential property, with ten per cent spending more than £30millionIf they are not buying, they are renting luxury homes for up to £15,000-per-week and staying for between six weeks and three months

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Kemisola Adeyemi

Kemisola Adeyemi is the Assistant Editor of Kemi Filani News. She loves to write and write and write and hopes to own a publishing firm someday! Email: [email protected]


  1. Wot is dis abt vanity? If u re poor,jst shut up and pray fr a better day. Live and die like d rich and wealthy Abraham and nt as d poor Lazarus

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