Adedeji Adeleke (Davido’s Father) Cars, Houses, Private Jet, Net Worth

Many Nigerians are familiar with the Adeleke surname, which is used in a variety of industries in the country. You’ve probably heard about it in the realms of politics, education, business, religion, and, most notably, entertainment. If you’re thinking of Davido, you’re not far off the mark. We all know Davido goes by the moniker “Omo Baba Olowo,” which translates to “Son of a Rich Man.” Adedeji Adeleke, his biological father, is the wealthy one. If a Davido, a 30 billion gang member, can still latch on to his father’s wealth’s popularity, therefore his father must be extremely wealthy in every way.

Adedeji Tajudeen Adeleke
Real name Adedeji Tajudeen Adeleke
Date of birth 6 March 1957
Country of Origin Federal Republic of Nigeria
Source of Wealth Real Estate and Businesses
Companies  Adeleke University, Pacific Holdings Limited
Net worth $700 million (estimated)

Adedeji Adeleke Biography

Mr. Raji Ayoola and Mrs. Esther Nnenna Adeleke gave birth to Adedeji Tajudeen Adeleke on March 6, 1957 in Enugu State. Adedeji Adeleke grew up in Enugu State with his maternal grandmother, but when he was old enough, he had to relocate to Lagos to begin his primary school education. He attended Ansar-Ud-Deen Primary School from 1965 to 1970, and after graduating in 1970, he continued his education at the Seventh-Day Adventist Grammar School in Osun State.

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Adedeji Tajudeen Adeleke biography

In 1975, he received his West African School Certificate (WASC), and in 1976, he was accepted into Western Kentucky University in Kentucky, USA. While working at the Federal Ministry of Education for a short time, he was able to obtain international entry. He earned his bachelor’s degree in finance in 1979 and then enrolled in an MBA program in 1979, which he completed in 1981. He then went on to earn a Ph.D. in International Business from Pacific Columbia University in California.

Adedeji Adeleke Education

He returned to Nigeria to engage in the Nigerian National Youth Service Corps Scheme after fortifying himself with the best education he could get at the highest level. He founded Pacific Holdings in December 1983 after completing all of his degrees. He established Pacific Holdings through Pacific Drilling Company Limited, a company that specializes in geographical surveys, water treatment, bore hole drilling, and other services. On the 28th of December 1990, the company was reorganized as a Limited Liability Company. Pacific Holdings has expanded into the fields of energy and power generation, as well as freight services. Adedeji Adeleke, a lover of education, founded the non-profit Springtime Development Foundation (SDF) in 1996 with the aim of bettering the lives of many Nigerians through education. He secured the national license to operate his university, Adeleke University in Osun State, in March 2011. He married Veronica Imade, a University Lecturer who died in 2003 at the age of 39 years. Adedeji Adeleke enrolled at the University of Phoenix in Arizona in 2007 to pursue a second PhD in Business Administration, which he earned in 2010. He currently serves as the Provost of Adeleke University and the CEO of Pacific Holdings Ltd. Isiaka Adeleke, his older brother, was a former Governor of Osun State.

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Adedeji Adeleke Net Worth

He is often referred to as the richest man in Osun State, one of Nigeria’s wealthiest men, and one of the country’s most prolific businessmen. He is the director of a number of businesses in Lagos. In Nigeria, he has investments in the banking, real estate, entertainment, securities, and education industries, among others. Adedeji Adeleke’s net worth is believed to be around $700 million (N268, 961,000,000).

Adedeji Adeleke Cars

The acquisition of luxury cars and products should not be a problem for a Nigerian billionaire, particularly if your surname screams wealth. Adedeji Adeleke, who comes from a wealthy family, has owned a number of cars, including those his children have purchased for him. Adedeji Adeleke, like his son Davido, is a lover of fine things and does not shy away from splurging, especially on automobiles. He has been seen in a variety of high-end vehicles, but the 2017 Bentley Mulsanne and a Rolls Royce Phantom are the two most luxurious vehicles he owns and is almost always seen in.

2017 Bentley Mulsanne:

This high-end vehicle has one of the most exclusive launch pads in the industry. It has a V-8 engine with a displacement of 6.8 liters and a power output of 505 horsepower. Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, in-car 4G LTE internet link, 60GB of media storage, electric curtains, LED headlights, and a slew of other features make it a luxury vehicle. A brand new one currently costs about $350,000 (N134, 480, 500). This beauty has a horsepower of 563 and is powered by a 6.75 Litre twin-turbocharged V-12 engine. A Rolls Royce Phantom starts at $450,000 and goes up from there (N172, 903, 500).

Adedeji Adeleke Private Jet

Many social media stories and news reports surfaced in 2018 claiming that Davido had purchased a new private jet. He posted pictures of himself in the jet on his social media accounts to persuade the public. Unbeknownst to us, Adedeji Adeleke is the true owner of the Bombardier Global Express 6000, which Davido was using to make traveling to other African countries simpler. Yeah, this private jet costs $62 million (N23, 822, 260,000).

Adedeji Adeleke Houses

“Are you even a rich man in Nigeria if you don’t have a property in Ikoyi?” I’ll begin this section by asking. No, that is not the case. If you want to call yourself a billionaire, you must be able to buy at least one property in Ikoyi, Lagos, even if it is just a one-story structure. Adedeji Adeleke is a well-known billionaire who owns a number of properties in Nigeria and abroad. He bought a mansion in Atlanta, Georgia, for his 60th birthday, and he owns properties in Osun State, Banana Island, Ikoyi, Lekki, Lagos, Victoria Island, and other urban areas in Lagos State and neighboring states.