Indian becomes world’s youngest millionnaire

A five-year boy of Indian origin became the youngest millionnaire in the world after he won a lottery in Dubai.

Ebrahim Fahimuddin Shaikh became a millionnaire when he won a drawof National Bonds Corporation.

His father couldn’t believe their luck when he received a phone call from the chief executive of the corporation.

“I was overwhelmed with joy and happiness for my son,” the father told news agencies.

Shaikh’s father had invested in the National Bonds Savings Scheme as a security for his son’s future.

Interesting, every two in three millionnaire winners of the scheme have been expatriates.


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