Bill Gates, an American philanthropist and investor, is interviewed by Ebuka Obi-Uchendu, a well-known TV broadcaster.
The TV host, who was invited to host the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation’s Goalkeepers 2022 awards, exchanged a handshake with the famed Microsoft co-founder.
The annual Goalkeepers Global Goals Awards, presented in New York, honored remarkable people who are working to accomplish the Global Goals by 2030.
Ebuka shared a photo of himself with Gates on Instagram to tell his fans about his experience at the award event.
He posted photos of himself with the tech mogul, “When Big Bill met Nnakenyi #WithGalaxy.”
Remember that Bill Gates reportedly gave his ex-wife $2 billion in stock on the same day she filed for divorce, thereby terminating their 27-year marriage.
The couple announced the split of their 27-year marriage on Monday, May 3, claiming they “no longer believe we can grow together as a couple.”
The millionaire pair announced that they took the decision after “a huge amount of thinking and effort” because they no longer believe they can grow as a couple in this “next stage” of their lives.
According to documents obtained by TMZ, the 65-year-old Microsoft tycoon’s investment firm Cascade Investment LLC transferred more than 14 million shares of Canadian National Railway Co. and more than 2.9 million shares of AutoNation Inc. to his estranged wife’s investment firm Cascade Investment LLC on the same day his estranged wife filed for divorce.
Based on Wednesday’s trading values, the shares are worth $1.8 billion.
The Microsoft co-founder turned philanthropist and his wife have acquired a combined fortune of $124 billion (£89 billion), ranking them among the top five wealthiest couples in the world.
According to court filings, Melinda Gates filed for divorce from Bill earlier this week, claiming that their marriage was “irreparably harmed.”
The letter also asked for the decision to rule that their marriage had been formally terminated “as of the date mentioned in the separation contract.”
It was also found that the billionaire couple had no prenuptial agreement in place.