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Folorunsho Alakija Blows 60 Billion On One Of A Kind Famfa Towers

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Soon, Nigeria will be the home of the most expensive tower in West Africa, if information emerging is anything to go by.

According to reports, Africa’s richest woman, Mrs Folorunsho Alakija, is set to  blow N 6o billion or $165million its equivalent in Dollars on a tower named Famfa Towers.

Located on Alfred Rewane Road, Ikoyi Lagos, Famfa Towers is described as a 22-floor edifice .

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Though currently under construction, it is said to have already gulped a frightening sum of  N 6 billion.

When completed, the one-of-kind Famfa Towers will serve as office for big time commercial enterprise.

Trust the woman of taste, Alakija is said to have already reserved the last five floors her personal use. Who knows, this might just be her headquarter and base of operation when it is all done.

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Pictures Of Guests At Eyinna Anumudu And Joyce Jacob’s White Wedding

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Joyce Jacob and Eyinna Anumudu during their white wedding

Having had his traditional wedding months back, Eyinna Anumudu, son of billionaire businessman Willie Anumudu had his white wedding on Saturday,  June 22.

The wedding between the first son of the billionaire and make-up artist Joyce Jacob took place at the Four Seasons Hotel George V Paris.

Guests at the wedding included Africa’s richest man Aliko Dangote, Femi Otedola, Tony Elumelu, Bola Shagaya, Governor Emeka Ihedioha, Rita Dominic, Omotola Ekeinde and many others.

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www.theoctopusnews.com, present pictures of guests at the event below.

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Femi Otedola Finds New Frontier With Geregu Power Plc

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Like an archaeologist, the most successful of businessmen are always seeking new successes.

They are hardly content with perceived comfort zones, as daily routines become pedestrian. When they can’t overhaul their business, they inculcate a new interest and that becomes their baby till they get bored again and seek a new challenge.

Ask Aliko Dangote, Abdulsamad Rabiu, Femi Otedola, and their ilk, and they will confirm this.

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Many would argue that the boredom factor was what influence billionaire businessman and former Chairman of Forte Oil, Femi Otedola to divest his 75% direct and indirect shareholding in the business.

Now seeking a new challenge in the power sector, Otedola has shelved his office of Chairman of Forte Oil to occupy the same position in his new setup, Geregu Power Plc.

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With a track record of success, the man is expected to hit the ground running having spent a fortune in overhauling the plant from its capacity of 414 to 435 Mega Watt.

With a new baby in an epileptic industry, Otedola’s Midas touch will be put to the test as he tries to reenact what he did with Forte Oil.

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Queen Of Party, Erelu Tola Osifeso Resurfaces

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Marriage has a way of slowing down the biggest of party birds.

There are however, those who have proven that they can easily shuttle between the two odds.

Fragile looking Erelu Tola Solomon, wife of Otunba Lekan Osifeso is one of those people who have proven that marriage can hardly stop or even slow them down as far as partying is concerned.

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Absent of her husband, Erelu Osifeso was one of the few choice guests who were spotted at a political shindig which held in the northern part of the country recently.

A known party lover, many had thought that marriage would slow her down, but alas she has found a way around it.

 

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