African billionaire makes hilarious confession: 'I am still a mommy's boy'

African billionaire makes hilarious confession: 'I am still a mommy's boy'

Sometimes, words cannot explain the bond between a mother and her child. Even the most successful people in the world are known to take time to show their fans how important their mothers are to them.

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One would expect a busy man like Nigerian billionaire, Femi Otedola, to have minimal time for his family. However, his activities on social media have shown otherwise.

The businessman is known to be a doting and caring father to his kids and a loving partner to his wife.

Recently, Femi Otedola’s aged mother, Lady Doja, was not left out of the show of love seeing as her son took to social media to reveal that she would always be precious to him.

He posted a photo of himself with his mother on his Instagram page as he revealed that she is the most important person to him.

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The billionaire wrote: “Spent Monday with my dear mother, she is the most important thing before I start my week! Still a Mummy’s boy ... F.Ote.”

See the photo below:

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This goes to show that no matter a person's level of accomplishments, a good child will still find his or her way home.

Meanwhile previously reported that the businessman participated in the recent 10 years challenge that rocked social media.

It involved people sharing old photos of themselves alongside a more recent one. The challenge had a number of celebs participating and it raised a lot of funny reactions.

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