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When I die, my wealth will go to charity not my kids – Bill Gates

World’s richest man, Bill Gates has again announced that he’s not leaving his entire wealth to his three children – Jennifer, 20, Rory, 17, and Phoebe, 14.

The Billionaire during an appearance on ITV’s This Morning in the UK said, “Our kids will receive a great education and some money so they will never be poorly off but they’ll go out and have their own career.

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”It’s not a favour to kids to have them have huge sums of wealth. Because it distorts anything they might do, in creating their own path and this money is dedicated to helping the poorest.

”They know that, they’re proud of that.”

5 Comments on When I die, my wealth will go to charity not my kids – Bill Gates

  1. If Na black pikin him for don poison the father just to inherit the wealth after all most of them Na stolen wealth unlike Bill that has worked for it…


  2. If na for naija, na to enter Okija shrine..


  3. That is why black are always poor and will remains the poorest all over the world.


  4. Bill, please tell them, especially my brothers and sisters in this our country, Nigeria where parents steal the country blind just so their children and children-children will live very affluent life even without doing anything by themselves. Bill Gates & his wife Belinda are very good examples of people who understand what life is all about. God will continue to bless them for all the things they doing to uplift mankind.


  5. I think it is time I run quick quick to change my name to “CHARITY”???…. Enough money?


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