Billionaire son, Paddy Adenuga who got a corner in the Nigerian media space following the release of his near acquisition of a Chevron facility in Netherland report, is back again tweeting and it is about ‘bad people’ in Nigeria.
According to Paddy Adenuga, so much energy is spent being hateful and envious of someone else’s success or pedigree in Nigeria, when that same energy could be applied to making one’s life better. His tweets read;
My advice for you today.. live for yourself first.. except if you have children then live for them but if you don’t.. live for yourself first and not for anybody else.. we are all here on earth on borrowed time.. when your time is gone.. thats it. live your life my people
Bad belle (jealousy) is such an epidemic in
#Nigeria so much energy spent being hateful and envious of someone else’s success or pedigree when that same energy could be applied to making one’s life better or doing positive things.. #GOD help us
The laws of the universe are simple. you put out negative energy, it always comes back i personally have never met a prosperous hater but i guess for some people there is a warped pleasure in spiteful envy nothing good can come from a heart of hatred and jealousy
Paddy Adenuga, was in the news few weeks ago after he reacted to a publication by African business journal, Quartz Africa, who linked his coming close to buying Chevron’s facility in Netherland but eventually losing the bid, to his Father, Mike Adenuga’s debt to AMCON.
Excerpt from the journal’s publication read;
‘The best thing about Paddy Adenuga’s story is that he did not win the bid. Indeed, Adenuga senior was revealed to be a debtor to AMCON, among others, by a newspaper a couple of years ago. The last time AMCON published a list of its top 100 debtors, the top three were all oil and gas companies with close to $1 billion outstanding among them. All of them taken out in the heady days of $100 oil and aggressive assumptions about how much money it was possible to make’.
Paddy Adenuga tweeted;
@qzafrica article’s attempt to tie my chevron NL acquisition with AMCON is dangerous, ill-informed, and a case of poor journalism. i’d never use Nigeria’s tax payer money for a private European deal – NEVER! i’m open to criticism – i am just not open to lies and falsehoods’.