Davido’s Father Net Worth of Dr Deji Adeleke | Biography

Davido is a popular entertainer in Africa and had even taken his music across the shores of Africa, and recently got a lucrative contract with Sony Records. In this article you will see breife detail on Davido’s Father Net Worth.

Davido’s Father Net Worth of Dr Deji Adeleke | Biography

Dr Deji Adeleke is a very wealthy business man who hails from Ede, Osun state, Nigeria. He has most of his businesses in Lagos State, born in March 6 1957 in Enugu to the family of Chief Adebayo Adeleke.

The Adeleke are a very influential family in the Yoruba land and Chief Adebayo Adeleke was the brain behind the Banana Island in Lagos State, a real estate paradise. One of his sons, Deji Adeleke brother was a one-time Governor of Osun State, which shows the family influence both in politics and business.

Dr Deji Adeleke was married to Dr Veronica Adeleke, she died in 2003, and they both had a boy, David Davido Adeleke and a daughter, named Sharon.

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Dr Deji Adeleke is a profound and successful businessman, a lover of education, a Pro Chancellor and founding member of Adeleke University, Ede, Osun State, Nigeria. He was believed to have a strong influence on Davido finishing his higher education and obtain his BSc degree before furthering on his music career.

Dr Deji Adeleke has been known to be a philanthropist, and has donated to both churches and schools alike, built a multi-million naira church Seventh Days Adventist Church and donated a hall to Babcock University, where his son, Davido graduated from.

Davido’s Father Net Worth

Dr Deji Adeleke, who is the younger brother of former Osun state governor, Isiaka Adeleke has an Estimated Net Worth of $700 Million.

A good percentage of Dr Deji Adeleke wealth comes from investments in the Banking sector, Real estate, Record labels and Securities.

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