by Rachel Ogbu
Hakeem Belo-Osagie covers the February edition of Forbes Africa looking as dandy as ever in a dark grey suit.
The Harvard-trained petroleum economist who is reportedly worth $400 million as of November 2012 speaks in the magazine about the road to success.
Although his rating dropped from earning $450 in 2011, Belo-Osagie still ranks among the top 40 richest Africans earing $400 as at November 2012.
The 58-year old self-made millionaire chairs the Nigerian arm of UAE telecom provider Etisalat. Through his holding company, Premium Telecommunications Holdings, and controls a 12% stake in Etisalat Nigeria.