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Billionaire girls… See how Dangote’s daughters rocked with Davido at his birthday party last night.

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Billionaire girls… See how Dangote’s daughters rocked with Davido at his birthday party last night.

Billionaire girls… See how Dangote’s daughters rocked with Davido at his birthday party last night.
April 11
12:16 2017

• The astounding humility and seemliness of Dangote daughters.

Being the daughter of a billionaire is enough fame already. When you are now the daughter of the richest black man in the world, the entire black race should literally worship the grounds that you tread. Men should bow and women should genuflect when you as much as look in their direction.

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If you were ostentatious, unruly and wild a la Paris Hilton, the world would wave it off as a non-issue; it comes with the terrain, they would say just to cover up for your excesses. But Dangote’s daughters are not moulded like other billionaire’s kids.

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They are unobtrusive and laidback, almost Spartan and deeply religious. We know Fatima who runs Cupcake Factory, Lagos, which is into special cake designs. There are also Zainab, Salma, Aisha and Sadia. But it is Halima, the billionaire industrialist’s second daughter that is gradually emerging from the overpowering shadows of her father. Married since 2008 to Suleiman Sani-Bello whom she met while schooling at the American Intercontinental University, London, Halima is becoming more prominent on the business and social scenes.

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Though it was her wedding ceremony that actually brought her into the limelight, the simple, yet, classy mother of two has been seen with her dad at several high profile gatherings.

Interestingly, however, they were more than happy last night, Monday at their father’s 60th birthday party organized by the miracle-working bankers, Herbert Wigwe, the very hard working and brilliant MD of Access Bank and Aig Imoukhuede, the ebullient President of the Nigeria Stock Exchange. The beautiful billionaire daughters danced so well to the new song of Davido, IF.

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It was so heartwarming to see them dancing with their father. The Dangote’s daughters are indeed dignified. They don’t make a song and dance of their fortune and privileges. There are easy-going and indifferent to the frills and thrills, vanities and shenanigans of high society.

 

 

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