1.Lord Mohammed VI, Morocco
Evaluated total assets: $2 billion
His Majesty King Mohammed VI of Morocco is the wealthiest ruler in Africa. He gets his fortune from his control of Société Nationale d’Investissement (SNI), a huge Moroccan speculation holding organization with resources esteemed at more than $10 billion. SNI’s biggest resource is a 48% stake in Morocco’s biggest bank, Attijariwafa, and in addition controlling stakes in mass dissemination mammoth Marjane Holding; mining organization Managem Group and versatile telecoms organization Inwi. The King likewise claims a generous lump of the world’s phosphate saves. Ruler Mohammed VI, the 27th lord of the Alaouite line, climbed the honored position in July 1999 and quickly embarked to start a progression of socio-political and monetary changes that have made the Kingdom more liberated and more prosperous than amid the rule of his dad, King Hassan II. In 2014, the King presented another family law giving ladies lawful fairness with men in key zones; his financial technique has prompted the production of new modern zones which thus has given a lift to the quantity of worldwide mechanical enterprises setting up shop in Morocco. On the political front, he has sanctioned a progression of changes to the nation’s constitution, including revisions that stripped him of some of his political forces.