Richest Engineers In Nigeria

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Richest Engineers In Nigeria

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This is one topic I am very much interested in writing on because I find a lot of Nigerians always browsing about it.

However, I have just a few thought and concern in coming up with the list of richest engineers in Nigeria.

First of all, how do I arrange this list? Is it by the salaries they receive or by the individual fortune they have managed to raise? Because if truth be told, being the richest engineer in Nigeria has nothing to do with the salary you currently receive.

Let me make this clear. As at the time of writing this article, Jeff Bezos is the world richest man and he studied Electrical Engineering and Computer Science; but what is he doing? Did he becomes the richest man by working on electronics or by working in a power station?

Of course, that wasn’t the case. Just to tell you a little about him:

Jeff Bezos is the founder and CEO of the largest e-commerce platform Amazon, has an electrical and computer science engineering degree.

Furthermore, Amazon is a platform where you can buy anything you want. Does such a platform have anything to do with electrical engineering or computer engineering as some thoughts have made us believe? Well, maybe yes or maybe no.

Richest Engineering Salary In Nigeria

We have done a lot of articles trying to list the salaries of the different engineering profession. You can see the articles below to check them out.

But in all being said above, what’s the point? Well, discussing the richest man in the world was just to let you know you have to look beyond the course of study.

If we are to also consider Bill Gate which is the second richest man in the world or Mark Zuckerberg which is the fourth richest man in the world, they are both dropped out of the university.

But yet, they can be considered engineers based on what they do.

So this is why it will be hard to really point out the richest engineers in Nigeria. On what standard should they be classified?

Remember, if they are employees under any company, their boss will surely be richer than they are.

So knowing the richest engineers in Nigeria is like going to the different companies and asking them the salaries of their engineers, and for security reasons, they won’t tell you.

This is while we strongly believe that your degree or what you studied doesn’t really define how rich you will be, it matters what you really want to do.

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Top 10 Richest Engineers In Nigeria 2020

The list I am about to give you now, I want you to know that it is very relative because every engineer can be as rich as they want to. It transcends more than just what part of engineering one studies. But on the other hand, from the statistics that we have, we have listed the richest engineers in Nigeria.

1. Software Engineers & Computer Engineers

Not everyone will agree to this especially other engineers practising. I was having a lengthy discussion with a Civil Engineer and he said Civil Engineers are the richest engineers. Anyway, he said that out of sentiments.

Software Engineers and Computer Engineer are way richer. Let’s take for instance Bill Gates and Mark Zuckerberg they can both be considered as software engineers.

Software or computer engineers can work independently.

Software Engineers & Computer Engineers are hands-down the richest in Nigeria. And if you’ve been taking note of things going on around the world, you’d have no difficulty seeing why this is. Computers are in high demand than ever, and it is these professionals who help us develop software for computers. There are a lot of rich Software Engineers & Computer Engineers all over the country, and we’d confidently recommend this engineering job to anyone interested.

Richest Engineers In Nigeria

2. Mechanical Engineers

Mechanical engineers are considered the second richest engineers in Nigeria because of there vast exploits of wealth and knowledge.

Over the last couple of years, some of these mechanical engineers have been disregarded in society and compare to motor mechanics.

However, there are very rich mechanical engineers doing well in Nigeria today and this is why they are considered the second richest engineers in Nigeria.

3. Chemical Engineers

Next on our list, are Chemical Engineers. If you know the kind of work chemical engineers does, you’d have little or no reason to be surprised. Chemical Engineers do a lot of lucrative works. And one of the things they do, including working on petroleum-related stuff. We have a good number of them in the country, especially in the eastern part of Nigeria. And despite how lucrative this engineering field is, it’s far from saturated.

4. Electrical/Electronics Engineers

Among all engineers in Nigeria, Electrical/Electronics Engineers also happen to be among the richest. These professionals often work on things that have to do with electrical and electronic appliances. We, however, have some of them who have also branched into the software engineering field. And the best part is that if you don’t feel like working here in Nigeria, there are lots of companies outside the country that would be happy to have you.

Richest Engineers In Nigeria

5. Civil Engineers

Civil engineering is a pretty popular profession. It is popular because we often need them. Civil Engineers are also generally rich people. Hardly would you find a civil engineer who’s good at what he does, but doesn’t make a lot of money. And fortunately enough, becoming a civil engineer is not so difficult, once you have some interest in mathematics.

6. Mechatronics Engineers

Just like computer engineers are people who have knowledge of electronics engineering and software engineering, mechatronics engineers are people who have knowledge of both electronics engineering and mechanical engineering. While their works primarily involve working on both of these things, it is not impossible to see them work on one of them. You may have never heard of this type of engineering, but we have a good number of people who are mechatronics engineers.

Richest Engineers In Nigeria

7. Petroleum Engineers

Petroleum Engineers are quite similar to chemical engineers. But while chemical engineers deal with chemicals in general, Petroleum Engineers are more specific to petroleum. In other words, petroleum engineering can be seen as a subset of chemical engineering. Becoming a Petroleum Engineer gives the opportunity to become one of the richest engineers in the country. And if you have no hatred for chemistry, nothing stops you from considering this line.

8. Agricultural Engineers

Long before the advent of computers, and long before the appearance of oil, Agricultural Engineers used to be one of the richest. But even though they’re not currently one of the top 5, they still have a lot of money. There’s still a lot of money that can be made in this field, although you really have to know what you’re doing. A lot of Agricultural Engineers are making cool cash, so you too can.

9. Food Engineers

Food Engineers are also one of the richest engineers in the country. You probably wouldn’t often hear about them, but they also happen to be quite rich. As the name implies, the world of Food Engineers revolves around foods.

Richest Engineers In Nigeria

10. Wood Engineers

Hardly would you find a single person in this country who hasn’t used wood in one way or the other. The chairs you sit on, the table you read on, the house you live in, all have wood in them. And we should thank Wood Engineers who contribute to making sure we can always use this material.

That’s all about the richest engineers in Nigeria.


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