To take a closer look at which African stars are ruling YouTube in their country, we looked at the Accredited Debt Relief rankings to see each country’s most popular YouTubers.
Accredited Debt Relief has compiled the most popular individual YouTuber data in almost every country in the world using statistical websites social blade and Video to find out which YouTuber has the most subscribers.
To calculate each channel’s earnings, Accredited Debt Relief is used banner tag to find the average daily views for each channel and estimate how much they’ve earned from it Noxinfluencerwhich estimates revenue based on views and subscribers.
Here’s a look at the most popular YouTubers in Africa by country.
Oum Walid is Algeria’s largest and most subscribed YouTube channel on the continent. This cooking channel promises simple dishes (with controlled amounts!) for beginners and “every woman”. A mysterious pair of hands (the channel’s name means “Walid’s mother”) educates over 7 million subscribers and has the potential to rake in nearly $217,700 in monthly revenue.
Nigerian comedian, screenwriter and video producer Mark Angel is Nigeria’s top earner on YouTube. Best known for the Mark Angel comedy series on YouTube, the Nigerian content creator has 6.3 million YouTube subscribers and a potential monthly earnings of nearly $326,800. Mark Angel Comedy received a plaque from YouTube for reaching one million subscribers in 2017. He was the first Nigeria-based YouTuber to reach that threshold.
The Ahmed Hassan family is an Egyptian family known for their short films, candid discussions and comedic skits. Ahmed Hassan launched the YouTube channel in September 2015 and has seen the YouTube channel grow to more than 5 million subscribers. His longtime romantic partner is social media influencer Zenap Mohamed and together they have a daughter, Aileen, who was born in 2019. The YouTube channel may generate nearly $218,200 in monthly revenue.
Hussein and Zeinab are two talented children who sing and do fun things and exciting activities. Hussein and Zeinab’s channel is suitable for all ages, and the couple rakes in around $184,700 a month from YouTube.
Masaka Kids Africana includes many African children who have lost one or both parents to the ravages of war, starvation and disease. They aim to empower children by mobilizing communities and empowering them with education and talents through their charming smiles and delightful African melodies accompanied by lively dance moves. Her YouTube channel has amassed over 1 million subscribers with an estimated monthly revenue of $103,600.
Young Tubers is another channel that offers kids using the internet the best way to balance fun and learning. The YouTube channel is great for parents who want to train their kid and show them good manners and new experiments in life as the channel regularly uploads videos for all ages. All videos are in HD quality and in English, and the channel may earn $63,100 per month.
RakGhana is a YouTube channel that is growing in popularity among local audiences in Ghana – and Africa – for its authentic and engaging entertainment content. With nearly 500,000 subscribers, the channel promises to bring pure comedy to its audience while generating an estimated $12,600 in monthly revenue.
Kenyan comedian Henry Desagu is one of those people that’s hard to ignore on Africa’s social media circuit. He is one of the most popular and acclaimed Kenyan comedians and is known for his unique style of comedy which he regularly showcases in the videos he uploads online.
He won the YouTube Silver Award in 2019 and his channel may generate $8,800 a month in revenue.
If you’re considering making your jewelry or need help finding inspiration for your next crafting project, look no further. This channel is dedicated to the art of jewelry making and other creative crafts with short, easy video tutorials ranging from beginner to advanced. With over 80,000 subscribers, Shree Craft Place potentially generates around $11,000 in monthly revenue.
Shangazi Emma-Claudine is an inspirational media leader in Rwanda, famous for discussing reproductive health, love, family planning, sex, marriage and counseling for young people (adolescence and adolescence).
She has received various awards and recognition for her tremendous work in reporting on reproductive health and population issues while gaining over 100,000 loyal subscribers to her YouTube channel. Your channel may generate $2,900 in monthly revenue.