Nazir ‘Shell’ Mohamed Biography and Net Worth

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Do you Know the net worth of Nazir ‘Shell’ Mohamed? Have you ever guessed where he comes from and where he attended school? Do you know how Nazir’s career began and how he made his wealth? This article answers all your questions about Nazir ‘Shell’ Mohamed biography and net worth.

Who is Nazir ‘Shell’ Mohamed?

 

Nazir ‘Shell’ Mohamed is a Guyanese businessman and entrepreneur mogul. He is the owner of Mohamed’s Enterprise and runs other businesses in Guyana. He is the richest man in Guyana, according to 2022 top 10 richest people in Guyana review, with a net worth surpassing $1.5 billion.

Nazir 'Shell' Mohamed Biography and Net Worth

Where Nazir ‘Shell’ Mohamed Originated

Nazir Mohamed was born on March 27, 1953 to parents Mariam and Mohamed Yusuff of Johanna Cecelia on the Essequibo Coast, Guyana. His father was a sawmill worker, and the family lived in a two-bedroom apartment.

 

Education

Nazir attended Madrasa (Islamic school) and then to Anna Regina Secondary School but dropped out when his family couldn’t afford his educational expenses. He never gave up though, and began a path of self-education through various means. In fact, he learnt things the hard way.

 

His Background and Wealth

Nazir 'Shell' Mohamed Biography and Net Worth

Nazir Mohamed wasn’t fed by a silver spoon. He forged his own path and destiny, moreover, he made his own wealth. Poverty was the way of life in the earlier days, with their fishermen neighbours assisting the family with fish for a meal, and even with financial assistance.
Being a spoilt child at his Madrasa (Islamic school), his act of being the messenger between smitten teenagers caused him to be named ‘Shell.’
As a young boy, he loved the outdoors: hunting, fishing, swimming and cricket. Being from the countryside, it meant he spent most of his days in the backdam, or engaging in sports, particularly cricket. He was a formidable batsman, and quite the athlete too.
Though his boyhood days were full of fun, frolic and mischief, Mohamed showed a keen interest in Islam. He punctually attended Madrasa, read the Holy Quran, and followed the teachings of the late Prophet and Messenger of God – Muhammad (on whom be peace). His parents were devout Muslims too.

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His father died and being the eldest, he was catapulted to the role of breadwinner. He grieved a lot for his father, and to this day his hero remains his father. With a household of nine to provide for, he was forced to find a job, and he did.
It was labour intensive, spading and removing sawdust and packing lumber at a faraway sawmill. It was tough but he never once complained because he knew he had to do what needed to be done.
Mohamed worked hard, and all he got for his efforts was just $10; but being the person he is, he made good use of that small sum. He would buy sweets for his siblings; groceries for his mother, so that they can have their meals; and for himself, just a glass of mauby and a cake.
Wanting for a better life and a more lucrative job, Mohamed began scouring the Essequibo Coast, but came up empty-handed. That was when he decided to take the leap from the country to the city, and he moved to Georgetown and took up residence with a friend at Albouystown. It was there he felt what it was like to be robbed, and a few days after that, he moved to Bartica and then to Kaow Island, where he took a job as a checker at a sawmill.
Working for someone else was not his calling, since he was yearning to do business and be his own boss. After years, he returned to the city and settled in Alexander Village.
After stumbling on a few friends that were trading overseas, Mohamed joined them. He first started in the Caribbean, trading items like zippers. After it became profitable, he ventured to the United States, and started to gain knowledge of the trade market. He later became a licensed Cambio dealer and started to flourish.
He ventured into a series of other businesses, shaping what is ultimately his future. Today, he runs an empire, but still remains the humble son of a sawmill worker.
Family is ultimately important to him, and he values his marriage, children and grandchildren. He remains the charitable man, and not a day goes by without him giving to some kind of charity.

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Summary of ‘Nazir Shell’ Mohamed Net worth

He makes his money from a lot of businesses in Guyana. These include quarrying business, gold dealing, real estates, oil and gas business.  He has a net worth over $1.5 billion and he is the number one on the list of 2022 richest people in Guyana.

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