Olu Okeowo’s Net Worth
Olu Okeowo is a Nigerian businessperson with an estimated net worth of $200 million dollars. He’s a Nigerian businessperson, and an entrepreneur whose lifestyle has not only gotten his name spelled all over the internet, but has motivated many.
Sir Olu Okeowo serves as the chief executive officer and managing director of Metropolitan Motors Limited (a Toyota Nigeria Limited accredited dealer), and treasurer of the Diocese of Lagos West (Anglican Communion).
He serves also as the treasurer of the Supra-Diosecan Board West, chairman of Mitob Ventures Limited, Daewoo Autoland Nigeria Limited, and TMJ Properties Limited.
Chief Olu Okeowo is a brilliant man, and a graduate. He attended the Lagos Business School, and graduated with a certificate, a B.Sc. in Business Administration from the LBS.
Studying the Lagos Business School, Olu Okeowo operated as one of the governing members of the Alumni Association. Chief Olu Okeowo also obtained a Masters Degree in Management Science and Technology at the University of Wales Institute of Science and Technology.
After acquiring all of the certificates, he wanted to impart knowledge to other people. With this aim, he took up a lecturing job in 1986 at the University of Lagos where he lectured Business Administration.
The Nigerian entrepreneur and billionaire has a fleet of cars that costs well over N100m when all summed up. These vehicles include a Cardillac Escalade (worth $75,000) which is known the be the official business meeting vehicle of Olu Okeowo.
A second costly vehicle would be his Mercedes G-Wagon worth $120,000. The G-Wagon is a 2018 model, and it does more than just beautifies the garage of Okeowo.
A third vehicle Olu Okeowo has taken delight in acquiring is a black coloured Land Rover Range Rover worth $90,000. He owns two Bentley SUVs. The first, a Bentley Mulsanne worth $500k, is a gift he got for himself as a turned 52 years of age in the year 2017. And the second, a Bentley Continental worth $300k.
His house in Park View, Ikoyi of Lagos State costs a whooping $3 million. This house is one of the biggest houses in that area, and it is named (by Okeowo) Palacio De Okeowo. I’m guessing this means the Palace of Okeowo.
The house was built gigantically and with some of the most expensive modern facilities for buildings. Built on sea area, the cost of sand-filling the land before installing the foundation would be just enough to start up a big-time boutique in Lekki.
The house is 5000m² and is worth more than $12 million after completion. The amazing thing about the structure is that it was built in just 11 months.
On the 31st of January 2018, the Nigerian Custom officers raided the house of Olu Okeowo and seized his Rolls Royce based on a fault that he hadn’t paid off the import duties.
After much drama, the issue got dissolved and he’s got his costly vehicles relaxing in his garage.
The renowned billions is a good vocalist. And due to this cause, he provided a scholarship programme for the choristers in First Baptist Church.
Since the inception of the Lagos University Teaching Hospital (LUTH), Olu Okeowo has been the man with the highest cut of donation to the establishment.
For the love of humanity, Olu Okeowo provides free Visa for people mostly in the Gilbatrar Ochestra to develop skills and start up their lives overseas. He also has those who are visually impaired at heart as he provides free medicated glasses and scholarships for them.
The Nigerian billionaire was born in 1965 into the family of (Late) Victor Taiwo Okeowo. Today, he’s married with a son to Adejoke Okeowo.