Femi Otedola’s Daughter, DJ Cuppy, Soars Again! 

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No doubt, Florence Otedola otherwise known as DJ Cuppy, is a delight on the turntable. Her dexterity has earned her accolades as well as popularity and awards across the continent of Africa and beyond. She is definitely making her billionaire father proud. Disarmingly beautiful and chic, Ifeoluwa has not allowed these to dwarf her in her own line of endeavour. The officious lady that has been taking her disc-jockeying to greater heights in recent time, once again proved that she is ready to rule the scene for a long time to come.

The whiz kid last week emerged the winner African Pride Awards 2018 (PPA2018) as the outstanding disc jockey of the year, held in London. In the joyful excitement, Dj Cuppy feels honoured by the organisers that deemed her fit for the prestigious recognition. As a prelude, coming tops in her category is indeed a confirmation of the beautiful lady’s relentless and focus-driven strategies. When an individual is good and transparently diligent in whatever he or she does, it doesn’t take time for industry watchers to begin to pour encomiums on him or her.  rn on September 28, 1970 to Mr. and Mrs. Aderibigbe Adelabu of the Adegoke Adelabu’s compound, Ibadan, Oyo State. Until his appointment as Deputy Governor of the CBN, he was an Executive Director/Chief Financial Officer (CFO) of First Bank of Nigeria Plc.

Adelabu, who holds a First-Class degree in Accounting from the Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Osun State, is a fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria (ICAN) and a member of the Institute of Directors of Nigeria. Bello, a philanthropist par excellence, has a long history of service to humanity. He is said to have empowered tens of thousands in his constituency by creating employment opportunities through his massive investment in agriculture and other enterprises. His credentials have won him a wide network of high profile friends. Bello is said to have gone into the race to rescue his people from the jaws of poverty through wealth creation, empowerment and real development.