Nigerian Superstar singer, Davido, whose billionaire Dad, Adedeji Adeleke is celebrating his 61st birthday today, took to Instagram to pen down a heartfelt birthday message to him.
The singer who wondered where he will be without his Dad, wrote;
Happy birthday Daddy ! Your the greatest person I know! If not for you I do know know where we will all be ! MAY GOD CONTINUE TO ENLARGE UR COAST ! YOUR HEART IS TO RARE ❤ We all learn from you ! ❤ you so much ! From your last born – OBO
During Davido’s Dad birthday celebration last year, the Nigerian singer bought him a Bentley as a birthday gift.
Dr Deji Adeleke, also called Elder Deji Adeleke was born on March 6, 1957 in Enugu. He’s a Yoruba man from Ede in Osun State; a state in the South-western part of Nigeria. He’s a father, a prolific businessman, and an investor. He used to be married to Dr Vero Adeleke who passed away in the year 2003. The couple’s union produced two children, a son – David “Davido” Adeleke (The superstar musician) and a daughter – Sharon.
Dr Deji Adeleke is the Pro Chancellor and partnering founder of Adeleke University in Ede, Osun state. He’s also the CEO of Pacific Holdings Limited, a company which specializes in investing in various sectors across the country.
Davido’s father is a disciplinarian, a devout Christian and a philanthropist. Two years ago, he built a multi-million naira church building for his – Seventh Day Adventist Church. He also donated a hall to Babcock University, the university Davido graduated from. As a disciplinarian, he restricted Davido from dropping out of school without obtaining his Bsc certificate even after his superstar status as a musician.
The Adeleke family has always been a family of millionaires and a few billionaires; no wonder Dr Deji Adeleke is one of the most successful businessmen in Nigeria. His own father was Chief Adebayo Adeleke, who was the brain behind the prestigious Banana Island in Lagos. He created the plan with the aim of “making Nigeria proud” and truly, the reality of his dream hasn’t fallen overly far short off the path as a spectacle for both local and foreign Real Estate Investors.