Thursday , August 5 2021
Home / Gossip / Nigerian Famous Billionaire Femi Otedola Wishes Late Father An Emotional Birthday

Nigerian Famous Billionaire Femi Otedola Wishes Late Father An Emotional Birthday

The Chairman and founder of Zenon Petroleum and Gas Ltd, also the owner of Geregu power Plc, owns a number of other businesses across : shipping, real estate and finances .Femi Otedola took to his Instagram handle to celebrate in rememberance of his legendary father Sir Michael Agbolade Otedola .In recent times, the Billionaire really expressed his feelings and memories of his beloved father.


The industrious investor @realFemiOtedola, has finally revealed plans to shift focus to power with a plan to invest $1bn into Geregu Power Plc, following the recent sale of Forte Oil Plc.  

Otedola again explores his philanthropic prowess, Nigerians are freaked out as Femi Otedola donates N5 billion to charity , Dangote’s multi billion-dollar refinery is 75% complete, Otedola says. , COVID-19: Otedola pledges N1 billion donation for Nigeria to combat disease

Read more interesting facts about Femi Otedola and his late father below. Lots of Nigerian young folks, youth of this generation only knows about the current news of what was said today and forget to look out on history of how these great leaders became industriously successful. Reading more about how C.E.O’s became more achievers can actually change the orientation and the mentality of the Nigerian youths to a greater future

BabaJide Sanwo-Olu – Governor of Lagos State

Sir Michael Agbolade Otedola-1992- 1993

Michael Otedola (1992 – 1993)

Sir Michael Otedola

Governor of Lagos State (Nigeria)
In office
January 1992 – 18 November 1993
Preceded by Raji Rasaki
Succeeded by Olagunsoye Oyinlola
Personal details
Born 16 July 1926
Epe LGA, Lagos State, Nigeria
Died 5 May 2014 (aged 87)
Epe, Lagos, Nigeria

Sir Michael Otedola (16 July 1926 – 5 May 2014) was a Nigerian politician and the former Governor of Lagos State, Nigeria.

Otedola was born on the 16 July 1926 into a Muslim family at Odoragunsin, Epe Local Government Area of Lagos State. He died on 5 May 2014 at his residence in his home town of Epe, Lagos.
Early life

After moving to Lagos to pursue his education he won a scholarship to study Journalism at the Regent Street Polytechnic in London where he graduated in 1958.

He began his career as a teacher before working as a reporter at the St. Pancras Chronicle, then as a reporter and later sub-editor at The Guardian and The Times in England.


On his return to Nigeria in 1959 he became an Information Officer in the Western Nigeria government, and while in this post he was appointed the Editor of the Western Nigeria Illustrated. In 1961 he moved into public relations, working for Western Nigeria Television/Western Broadcasting Service (1961-1964) and Mobil Oil Group of Companies (1964-1977), continuing as a consultant to Mobil after leaving the company.

He was elected governor of Lagos State from 1992 to 1993 on the platform of the National Republican Convention (NRC), leaving office when General Sani Abacha came to power. His administration facilitated establishing the Yaba College of Technology campus in Epe, his home town.

After leaving office, he continued his career as a writer, a consultant holding positions on the boards of various businesses, and a philanthropist. In February 2010 ThisDay newspaper announced that he was among 15 eminent Nigerians who had won Lifetime Achievement Awards. His son Femi Otedola became the billionaire owner of Nigerian oil giant Zenon Petroleum and Gas Limited. The Michael Otedola College of Primary Education was named after him after his demise.

  • Source:.

About adeecrowngist

Check Also

Coming 2 America is an unfunny disaster for representation

Much-anticipated sequel to the 1988 comedy is archaic in its portrayal of both black Africans …

One comment

  1. I love your site and I am great fan of Femi Otedola, I never his father was once a Governor of Lagos….thanks for history

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.