- Billionaire businessman Femi Otedola has always put family first in everything he does, and his recent home party has further proven this
- In a video that has gone viral, the oil mogul could be seen dancing as he partied at home with his daughters and his son on Sunday, September 20
- DJ Cuppy, Tolani, Temi and Fewa enjoyed quality time with their father who showed different dance moves as music played in the background
All work and no play makes the Otedolas a dull family. This is why billionaire businessman Femi Otedola and his children had a fun-filled Sunday as they partied and danced together at home.
In a video that has emerged on social media, the oil magnate could be seen partying with his three daughters and his son, Fewa.
DJ Cuppy, Tolani and Temi, who recently got Ferrari car each from their father, rocked the party with their brother as music played in the background.
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i has always put his family first in everything he does as he is usually seen spending quality time with his children.
In the video, the billionaire could be seen giving his children some dance steps as they grooved to different indigenous music.
In other news, a Nigerian social and political critic, Reno Omokri, has spoken on the trending Ferrari of the Otedolas.
In a tweet he made on Wednesday, September 16, he told tweeps; that just because their dads did not buy them Ferraris, as Femi Otedola did, does not make them inferior
He added that the cost of the Ferraris is less than 1% of the billionaire's wealth. Reno said that if one's dad spent 5% of his net worth providing education, he clearly did more than what Otedola pulled off with the fast cars.
Reno's tweet read:
"Your dad is not less than @realFemiOtedola because he did not buy you a @Ferrari. The cost of 3 Ferraris is less than 1% of Otedola’s worth. If your dad spent 5% of his net worth educating you, he did more than Otedola. Remember the widow’s mite?"
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