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Saturday, 30 August 2014

Billionaire Kola Aluko On The Run Over Biz Partners’ $4billion


Rollicking with Super Model Naomi Campbell

With Hollywood Star at the fabulous birthday shindig
The whereabouts of billionaire oil guru and CEO of Seven Energy group, Kola Aluko has been a subject of discussion in the circuit of some of his highly influential friends and business partners, especially fellow billionaire tycoon, Jide Omokore.

Informed sources confided in your soar away tabloid, National Enquirer that, his sudden disappearance from the social circle and low profile lifestyle he adopted recently might not be unconnected with the whopping $4b (Four billion US Dollars), about 600 billion Naira which is said to be in his (Kola Aluko) possession.

The said money, National Enquirer gathered reliably is the proceeds of one of the booties or put it “national cake” between Aluko, a top female minister and some of his business partners. He is said to have run fi cover ever since the money was entrusted in his care.

Aluko, a heavy spender who squandered $1.5 (about N200m) on bottles of Champagne at the 39th birthday ceremony of Hollywood star, Leo DeCaprio in the US sometime at the tail end of last year, 2013 is said to be the latest boyfriend of super model, Naomi Campbell whom she impressed wowed at the fabulous celebration that had Kanye West performed 10 songs while Kim Kardashian sang along.

Other big spenders involved in the stiff lavish competition by ordering bottles after bottles of champagne at the bash included “The Wolf of Wall Street” producer Joey McFarland and Texas businessman Nate Paul, Ron Burkle, Jho Low and Vivi Nevo and Russian billionaire, Vladimir Doronin, Naomi’s ex-boyfriend of 5 years.

With Kola Aluko out of sight, his business partners are said to be gnashing their teeth over the monumental loss and close sources have promised to reveal the dirty source of the mysterious fund and those behind it. We shall tell you more as events unfold.

With his scenic houses scattered around the world, an expensive yacht, power rides and couple of private jets which he flies in his entourage anytime he’s travelling, it will interest to know that, his two wives, Kemi, Teni and their children have been living from hand to mouth. You cannot see traces of their father’s billions on them and several times he had quarrelled publicly with his wives over negligence yet he prefers champagne. It is just a shame”.

A family source who preferred anonymity said “We read about the huge spending and it is embarrassing to the Aluko family especially seeing his wives and children living like paupers. We just do not understand the sense in his behaviour.”

Aloko, a passionate car racing enthusiast, he has competed in major European races with the Swiss team Kessel racing. In June 2012, he reportedly purchased two ultra-modern luxury estates in Beverly Hills at $40 million. In December 2012, this Nigerian businessman stepped on to the podium at Rome’s Vallelunga circuit to celebrate third place in the Endurance Champions Cup.

It was a defining moment in his motor racing career as he stood next to one of his idols, former F1 driver Giancarlo Fisichella. The race at Vallelunga was the fourth and final race of the Cup which was won by Fisichella and Italy’s AF Corse. Aluko’s Kessel Racing team, with co-pilots Thomas Kemenater and Maurizio Mediani, were consistent throughout the six-hour race which is as much a feat of endurance as of skill.

One of the family members has also vowed to make available some dirty lifestyles and the real secrets why he prefers an opulence life and stupendously enriching outsiders to helping family members.

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3 comments:

  1. Hmmmmmm na wa where did he get all these money his squandering if not from dieziani.

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  2. Hmmmmmm na wa where did he get all these money his squandering if not from dieziani.

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