Forbes Africa Correspondent Peace Hyde has been able to hang around some of Africa’s most influential personalities, including His Highness Emir Muhammadu Sanusi II, Aliko Dnagote, and many more, with her My Worst Day programme.
On the latest interview on My Worst Day, she meets up with father of DJ Cuppy, Nigerian billionaire Femi Otedola, with a net worth of around $1.8 billion.
Announcing the new episode, she shared the photo of the two as pictured above, and wrote;
“..🙌🏾 YOU • READY • FOR • FORBES • TV? 🙌🏾… The NEW episode of Forbes Africa TV’s flagship programme, ‘MY WORST DAY with PEACE HYDE’ hits YOUR screens with Africa’s Billionaire that bounced back, Femi Otedola TODAY, July 6th 2016 on CNBC Africa at 12:30 WAT, DSTV channel 410. To find out more, click the link in @peac_hy bio… #TuneIn#Forbes#ForbesTv#Channel410#MyWorstDay#PeaceHyde#ForbesAfrica#FemiOtedola
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Going places huh! Femi Otedola of Nigeria is the controlling shareholder of publicly traded Forte Oil, an oil marketing and power generation company. Originally a Nigerian subsidiary of British Petroleum (BP), Forte Oil has more than 500 gas stations across the country. It owns oil storage depots and manufactures its own line of engine oils. Otedola’s daughter, Ifeoluwa, is a popular disc jockey who goes by the moniker ‘DJ Cuppy’. She was the official disc jockey during the May 2015 inauguration of Nigeria’s President Muhammadu Buhari. Otedola is a fitness buff, spending at least one hour in the gym every day.
EnterGhana.com | Peace Hyde poses with billionaire Femi Otedola, with a net worth of around $1.8 billion