Sir Clement Oluwatunmininu Okeowo (KJW) better known as Sir Olu Okeowo is an illustrious Nigerian businessman, real-estate magnate and philanthropist. He is the CEO (Chief Executive Officer) of Gibraltar Constructions Nigeria.
Recently in an interview, he shared his breakthrough story from being a faulty car user to one of Nigeria's top Rolls Royce collector.
In his words he said, "it's not good to be a poor man and the pain of a man starts when is car breaks-down on the road because no one will recognize you. My car punished me alot cause my car often always break down at the road side and it was embarrassing. I once used a car that was gulping one gallop of engine oil every day, and I saw the level of my poverty in a car and I pray to God to stop all these challenges and my prayed were answered as I know own collections of Rolls Royce".
Picture of Billionaire Okeowo son, Ibukun Okeowo showing off his Dad dozens of cars.
Source: Super Car of Nigeria.
He is popularly known for his exquisite lifestyle a he owns the Palacio De Okeowo Mansion at Parkview Estate, Lagos State. The building worth millions of Dollars.
In 2015, he donated multimillion Naira physiotherapy centre to the College of Medicine, University of Lagos. In 2019, he was honoured by the Faculty of Clinical Sciences for his donation.
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