Yoruba Nation Agitators And Afenifere In War After Afenifere Endorse Kola Abiola For 2023 Presidency
According to Gist media news on YouTube, it was reported that Yoruba Nation agitators and Afenifere are in war after it was revealed that Afenifere have full support for son of the late MKO Abiola, Kola Abiola for 2023 Presidency.
The crisis between Herdsmen and Southerners is getting out of control at the moment.The Yoruba People seem to be frustrated about the dominance of Herdsmen in the South-West as they continue to agitate for an independent region.
The former Governor of Lagos State and the national leader of the All Progressives Congress APC, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu is aspiring for the Presidential Ambition under the Platform of the All Progressives Congress APC.Tinubu has been the foremost Presidential aspirant in the All Progressives Congress APC and in the entire country.
Omoyele Sowore shocks many Twitter user this evening as he unveils the vest of Buhari must go, he is ready to give people who don't have money for free to frustrate President Muhammadu Buhari to resign.
10. The Folawiyo Family Chief Wahab Falowiyo who is the predecessor of this family was the founder and pioneer of Yinka Falowiyo and sons group which deals with import and export. It has investments in agriculture, shipping, energy, and real estate. It also had the cement distribution business in Nigeria. It is now run by Tunde Falowiyo who is the son of late Chief Wahab. 9. The Abiola Family Moshood Kashimawo the head of the family was once the richest man in Africa. He was a first class businessman who owned
EKO Atlantic City being constructed on the Commercial City of Nigeria, undoubtedly can only be afforded by some rich Nigerians upon completion. Only few Nigerians can afford to own a property in this location. Below is the list of Nigerians I think can afford to live in this City. Alhaji Aliko Dangote: A Nigerian businessman and philanthropist who is the founder and chairman of Dangote Group , an industrial conglomerate in Africa. He's the Richest man in Africa Chief Mike Adenuga: is a Nigerian billionaire
Rare photo of billionaire Femi Otedola pictured 49 years ago with Kola Abiola as his classmate in school.
When a successful man tells you his story, where he started from, how he made it to the top, you pay attention. In the spirit of throwback photos challenge let meet billionaire Otedola and his classmates while in Primary school 49 years ago. Billionaire Otedola is a Nigeria businessman, except you are not a Nigerian or probably don't use the internet, there's hardly a person who don't know or haven't heard about the Billionaire Businessman and CEO of forte oil. Here is one rare photo you will hardly find anyone,
There's no doubt that Banana Island located in Lagos is a billionaire's paradise. Just like Seventh Arrondissement in Paris and Tribeca in New York City, Banana Island is a small man-made island in the Ikoyi neighborhood of Lagos. Banana Island is like a piece of heaven in the middle of noisy Lagos that offers easier access to the mainland. It is populated mostly by the richest and most well-known families. Notable residents such as Mike Adenuga, Iyabo Obasanjo, Sayyu Dantata, Jim Cooper, David Adeleke, and
Calculations are already in top gear towards 2023. Political permutations are already being thrown around in the offices of various party secretariats. One concept that is thought to be in consideration is the goodwill of the Abiolas. Moshood Kashimawo Olawale Abiola, simply known as MKO left behind a legacy that is ripe for harvest, and this is not unknown to political gladiators in the country. The late MKO, for those who were too young to know or remember, was the only elected president who never served
Kola Abiola for President 2023 After the political quagmire of June 12, 1993, Nigerians had been looking for a leader they could trust and believe could take them to the promise land. The forces that masterminded the chaos of June 12 went to prison to bring Obasanjo to cajole the public to believe that the Yorubas were settled. Unfortunately, June 12 was not about the Yorubas. It was as a result of self-determination by Nigerians to look for a leader they could trust. That was the reason they embraced the c
Abdulateef kola Abiola is the son of the late M.K.O Abiola, GCFR (24 August 1937 – 7 July 1998), a Nigerian politican, business tycoon and philanthropist. Kola Abiola is a native of Abeokuta in Ogun State. His father's name Kashimawo means "let us wait and see". As a young lad, Moshood Abiola assisted his father in his cocoa business but began selling firewood gathered in the forest, so as to help his parent and siblings at age nine, making it the first business he ventured into. Kola's father had his basic
Ealier this year, on a warm January day, the hashtag #10yearschallenge was trending across the dominant social media platforms in Nigeria. One of our most loved billionaires Femi Otedola took to Instagram where he participated in the challenge with a picture which showed his facial transition from his looks at 2008 to his looks at 2018. Then he took it up a notch and put up a black and white picture from as far back as 1971 where he posed with his classmates and form teacher. The Instagram post was captione
1. Mike Adenuga Dr. Mike Adenuga is the second richest man in Nigeria. Forbes estimates his net worth about six billion dollars. He is mainly interested in the bank and crude oil business. One of his latest purchases are the stakes in the oil exploration firm Council and the Equitorial Trust Bank. He is an owner of two private jets that both costs him about eighty million dollars. Dr. Mike Adunuga house on Banana Island is a piece of art and almost the whole village. His residence consists of eight duplexes.