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Photo Africa's Richest Woman Folorunsho Alakija Still Looks Stunning At 60!


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@60?! she looks Gorgeous!Mrs Folorunso Alakija at 63 has been married for 38 years to her husband Mr. Modupe Alakija and they are blessed with four sons and several grandchildren.

Folorunso Alakija emerged the richest woman in Africa in 2012 with a career that spanned years as a fashion designer, before she went into the oil business, becoming the Executive Vice Chairman of Famfa Oil and Gas Limited.

Worth an estimated $2.5 billion, she has increased her philanthropy through the Rose of Sharon Foundation, which caters primarily to widows and orphans. Folorunso is also an author of three books launched on her 60th birthday in 2011 - an autobiography, and books on marriage counselling and philanthropy.


Her new website provides pictures of her life through the years. Check out some of them below...





















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