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BN Sweet Spot: Here’s Why Femi Otedola surprised Daughter Temi with Flowers & Balloons



Femi Otedola is such a sweet dad!

The billionaire businessman surprised his daughter Temi Otedola with flowers and balloons while she’s down with tonsillitis.

Temi shared some adorable photos on Twitter with the caption “I have tonsillitis so my dad brought me flowers and balloons ?❤️❤️“.


  1. Lilo

    October 31, 2018 at 12:56 pm

    Smh! Why is this news tori olorun

  2. Grace Maungu

    October 31, 2018 at 10:56 pm

    BN really!!???

  3. Anonymous

    November 1, 2018 at 10:33 am

    No offense but lie down, drink lots of water, take chloraseptic lozenges and see your dr. Your dad has not blessed poor children who need ordinary JAMB form to progress in life. He could easily pay for 100,000 children ‘s jamb form. Oprah is self made and at the close of her ABC show which I watched, she, Oprah the God and self made billionaire had sponsored OVER 100 black male physicians,they matched on stage, she put them through at least $150,000 per person medical school in America! Several other professionals matched on stage, beneficiaries of the generosity of a God/self made billionaire Oprah with a good heart.

    She paid hospital bills for several people, many came on stage to talk about her generosity and it’s impact in their lives, not to talk of the Soweto kids,some of whom are now graduating from Ivy League Universities. Tears streamed down my eyes with pride, love, admiration and emotion at how a woman from such a wretched background as she often reminds people could be so godly and generous. “God so loved that He gave his only begotten son”. Love gives to those who may never reciprocate and does not show off, She personally attends the graduations of her Soweto daughter’s having sponsored them from 7th grade through college. What’s wrong with the rich in Nigeria.? What’s special about tonsillitis? Do you have throat cancer, God forbid. Tell your dad he is just making you guys annoying to Nigerian masses by flaunting without significantly helping the masses. We know he was a book store owner turned billionaire. Part of our cake. He didn’t invent like Gates or innovate like Zuckerberg
    What we don’t get is him not helping the poor. We really don’t care about your flowers, ok. Spoilt brat! BN don’t censor me please!

    • TheRealist

      November 2, 2018 at 1:52 am

      @ANONYMOUS, abegi put a cork in your ignorant arrogance!

      FYI, the Femi Otedola Foundation has been granting full academic scholarships to 250 indigent students in Lagos State every year for the past few years, among other philanthropic works. Nonetheless, I love the Culture of Entitlement that pervades Nigeria where folks apparently believe that everyone else owes them a living! Just creating JOBS and livelihoods (directly and indirectly) for thousands of Nigerians and paying taxes (that presumably goes to PUBLIC education, healthcare, transportation, etc.) should frankly be enough contribution to society.

  4. Anonymous

    November 1, 2018 at 10:45 am

    This trend of children of the rich be becoming fashion bloggers and dJs being portrayed as the in thing won’t move us forward. Imagine the technology you can imbibe at NYU and innovate in Nigeria. While peyare free to follow their passion, don’t mislead the youth! Sergei Brin, the co founder of Google, the real billionaire, was born to a professor at UCLA. A lot of scientists encourage innovation in their children not Owambe. You don’t need to waste our piece of cake to become a DJ. Even Gates and Zuckerberg attended Harvard though they didn’t finish. Pedestrian thinking can never improve manufacturing and infrastructure which you need STEM ( Science, Technology, Engineering and math) to achieve as a nation. While I praise him for encouraging his children’s passion in entertainment visibility stuff, he should not shove them our throats like the gold standard. BN publish, don’t let people start insinuating stuff that will stop them from reading your blog. It’s my opinion and I’m entitled to it

  5. Anonymous

    November 1, 2018 at 10:47 am

    “People”, not peyare

  6. Anonymous

    November 1, 2018 at 10:51 am

    Sergei Brin’s dad was at UCBerkeley, not UCLA

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