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Exclusive! Governors, Billionaires, Oil Magnates, Politicians, celebrities and celebutantes stormed Dapo Abiodun’s high-octane birthday party

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Exclusive! Governors, Billionaires, Oil Magnates, Politicians, celebrities and celebutantes stormed Dapo Abiodun’s high-octane birthday party

Exclusive! Governors, Billionaires, Oil Magnates, Politicians, celebrities and celebutantes stormed Dapo Abiodun’s high-octane birthday party
May 31
16:15 2016

Heyden Oil boss reestablishes mettle as man of the people

Like an ancient mariner whose heartbeat dwarfs echoes of his incredible exploits, billionaire oil mogul, Prince Dapo Abiodun, the chairman of Heyden Oil,commands the awe of many of his peers and admirers in Nigeria’s socio-political and business sector.

Interestingly, however, if virtue is the fount of honour, then Dapo Abiodun’s ways certainly redefine the bounds of honour. He remains enigmatic no matter how often you see him. There is something inspiring about the Heyden boss.

Dapo is widely admired and regarded for his dazzling and humane exploits in industry and philanthropy. This duly earned him the national honour: MON by the Federal Government of Nigeria and interminable accolades from his peers and even his business rivals.

When Dapo Abiodun clocked 56 last Sunday, guests and dignitaries trooped to his abode the way snowflakes trickle down from heaven above. They kept it casual and simple with élan, just the way the celebrant wanted them to appear.

The event was indeed a memorable one; business associates, friends and family members of the oil magnate deserted the humdrum of their daily lives to celebrate with one of their own. The celebrant’s heart of course was full of enchanting song. It pulsated pleasantly at the outward show of care and zealous love he encountered by his guests. He could not help but lose the breath in his lungs momentarily.

And even though it was billed to be a low-keyed celebration, things gathered pace and assumed greater dimension as the celebrant’s home filled with almost everyone who mattered in Nigeria’s high society. Friends and foes alike stormed his new mansion that day and had undiluted fun.

On the d-day which also happened to be the country’s Democracy Day, everything seemed enchanted from daylight through dusk. The sun shined brilliantly, bathing the celebrant in the radiant beams of a prosperous and promising future. As the night fell, the fireflies danced and twinkled with grace above the crew cut hedges of colourful flowers, yet nature stymied in shame and jealousy at the marvelous beauty of the love and loyalty shown to Dapo by his loved ones. Each twinkle of the stars was a testament to the richness of the celebrant’s resplendent soul.

As the day unfolded, Dapo engaged in an euphoric dance of joy with fate and his loved ones. The future indeed seemed bright for the Heyden Oil boss. Thus as he added another milestone to his blessed years on earth, Dapo shuffled his feet with his closest friends and family through joyous daylight and a fairytale night. Step by step, hand in hand, he unlocked newfound bliss in his generous heart.

The celebrants’ parents were also in attendance at the event. They cut a picture of sweet delight as they assumed the floor to honour their beloved son. Dapo’s father and mother glowed with unrestrained joy. They were radiant with grace and a bewitching vivacity that bespoke the bliss they felt in the recesses of their hearts.

More pleasant memories of the celebrant’s guests and well-wishers resonate in the aftermath of his birthday.
The social, business and political circuits reverberates even as you read with rapturous tidings of Dapo’s 56th anniversary. Few people will forget in a hurry the beautiful daylight of May 29, 2016. On that day, friends, family, business and political associates of the Heyden Oil head honcho trooped to his exquisite and luxurious Temple residence to celebrate him.

Dignitaries at the event forgot their worries to rejoice with the oil magnate.

Dapo is indeed a true man of his people. The oil magnate and politician occupies a soft spot in the hearts of his most trusted business and political associates. Thus his 56th birthday manifested as a worthy testament to his enduring popularity and acclaim.

As the party kicked off, his Temple residence shook from the base to the rafters as the deluge of encomiums and applause caused its hallowed chambers to tilt in his honour.

The elaborate event, which paraded top politicians, respected monarchs, society big wigs and captains of industry had the Ogun State governor, Ibikunle Amosun, Hon. Rotimi Amaechi Hon. Gbajabiamila, Aliko Dangote. We also saw Willie and Nkiru Anumudu, Bayo Abdul, Capt. Francis Ogboro, Lanre Ogunlesi, Muuyiwa Bakare, Sammie Omai, Tunde Ayeni, Eyimofe Atake, Biola Akinola, Anslem Tanbasi, Niyi Adebayo, Prince Bolu Akin Olugbade, Otunba Gbenga Daniel,Otunba Bimbo Ashiru, Ronke Ademiluyi, Sujimoto, in attendance. Other dignitaries at the event included Nigeria’s powerbrokers, oil magnates, bank chiefs, and industry titans with stakes across the country’s business sectors.

The celebrant treated his guests to good and delightful music.

As the woofers belted out familiar, evergreen tunes, their hair stood on end and they tipped over in merriment – their joy spilling from their souls into the air and sky high. Enthralled, the guests moved in gaiety, tap dancing and swaying to the beat as if they meant to enact a madhouse jamboree with the tenacity and agility of veteran dance and music buffs.

Dapo’s birthday was no doubt a convergence zone for the high and mighty from different parts of the country.
Guests at the party were treated to the choicest liquor and sumptuous meals made by the finest caterers. It no doubt warmed the cockles of the celebrant’s heart to see dignitaries at the event smack their lips in pleasure as they devoured the sumptuous meals and drinks offered to them at his anniversary.

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