Sir Olutoyin Okeowo is one of Nigeria’s silent billionaires, a real estate guru, a Philanthropist, a Knight of the John Wesley Anglican Church, and chairman of Gibraltar Construction Nigeria Limited
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|Real name||Sir Clement Oluwatumininu Okeowo|
|Date of birth||1965|
|Country of Origin||Federal Republic of Nigeria|
|Source of Wealth||Real Estate and Businesses|
. Born in 1965 in Ijebu-ode into the family of (late) Victor Taiwo, Olu Okeowo can be regarded as the King of Luxury as his lifestyle is befitting of that title, even though he tries to keep it on a low. He is a lover of beautiful luxurious things ranging from fabrics, cars, constrictions, and the list goes on and on. A look into his garage will give you the conviction you seek.
Olu Okeowo Net worth
Remember that local saying “Money pass money”, this is so true, Sir Olu Okeowo’s net worth is about $800,000,000 (345 billion naira). With a net worth as such, owning a mansion that costs ₦4.6 billion
Olu Okeowo Cars
He is one billionaire that doesn’t flag his lifestyle on social media, most of the pictures are leaked or as a result of visits to his apartment. His passion for cars has seen him splash about ₦2 billion on Luxury cars in his Ikoyi Mansion alone, making his car collection one of the largest and most expensive car collections in Nigeria.
News had it that in 2018, Nigerians were shocked to hear that the billionaire’s garage had been raided by the Nigerian Customs Service. Allegedly the issue was non-payment of import duties for several of the exotic cars.
Here are some cars in his garage;
Olu Okeowo Rolls Royce
Although the model is yet to be confirmed, everyone knows that a Rolls Royce isn’t one of those cars you see on the road every day. Rolls-Royce has been considered one of the ultimate vehicles for decades; Pricing can start at around a quarter-million dollars and go as high as you please with countless options for bespoke creations.
Rumour has it that Sir Olu Okeowo has numbered his 6 Rolls-Royce limousines with customized plates as GIBRALTAR 1,2,3,4,5, and 6. Among these, there may be 4 Rolls Royce Phantoms and 2 Rolls Royce Ghosts.
Olu Okeowo Bentley Mulsanne
The Bentley Mulsanne car is manufactured by Bentley motors limited. A Bentley cost up to N200 million and the money magnate bought one to celebrate his 52nd birthday. It’s no doubt that an expensive car will possess lots of amazing features and the Bentley Mulsanne isn’t anything less.
Olu Okeowo Range Rover
It’s no doubt that the billionaire has an eye for good cars, among his car fleet is a Range Rover, it’s believed to cost about N40 million.
Olu Okeowo Mercedes-Benz G-Wagon
It is assumed that rich people have a thing for G-wagons, as you always find one in their garage. A G-wagon is a perfect fit for a Nigerian billionaire, it cost N45 million.
Olu Okeowo Cadillac Escalade
The billionaire also has in his garage a Cadillac Escalade; it costs about N30 million. Some of its standard features include air conditioning with tri-zone climate controls, Nuance leather-trimmed seats, wood and leather-wrapped steering wheel with audio controls, cruise control, heated front seats, and heated 2nd-row seats, 14-way power front seats, memory system, remote engine start, premium sound system, 6-disc CD changer, rear radio controls, compass, power lift-gate, and outside-temperature indicator.
Sir Olu Okeowo is married to Lady Adejoke Okeowo, and the union is blessed with 3 sons, although he had gotten his mistress pregnant, he agreed to take full responsibility for the child but wouldn’t marry a second wife. He has a french mansion in Lagos with about 16 rooms.
His mansion is named Palacio de Okeowo, resembling the Basille Palace in France. The construction time of the building was about 11 months, and it covered a space of land of about 5 acres. The mansion is estimated at $12m or ₦4 billion.
Sir Olu Okeowo House
Sir Clement Oluwatumininu Okeowo is an illustrious Nigerian and one of the country’s silent billionaires. As an estate guru, he has executed projects such as Gibraltar Construction the luxurious Parkview Estate in Ikoyi, which houses the Palacio de Okeowo mansion where Okeowo resides.
The white mansion is built in a 3-floor Victorian style, modelled after a French palace. Little wonder it is called the French mansion. The construction took 11 months, sprawls across 5 acres of land, and cost around $12 million to complete.
From the money magnate, we realized that one could live a quiet billionaire life. We must involve ourselves in everyday activities that pay. Little and continuous progress is the one sure way to success.
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