– Shade Okoya, the wife of a Nigerian billionaire, has celebrated her 43rd birthday with much pomp
– The mother and author said that she had a great time marking the special day with her family
– One of the videos she posted showed her catching all the fun as she bowled
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Billionaire’s wife, Shade Okoya, has shared pictures and videos of how she celebrated her 43rd birthday in grand style with her family despite the ban on social gathering caused by the Covid-19 pandemic.
Shade said she feels so blessed and grateful to have spent that special day of her life with the family.
In one of the videos, she could be seen bowling in their house as other members of the family joyously surrounded her.
A picture also showed she and her husband together in front of her birthday cake. Money is indeed good. Shade’s birthday was beautiful in all its simplicity.
See the video of her bowling below:
More pictures of her birthday below:
Meanwhile, Bioreports earlier reported that the story of Paul Orajiaka is a perfect example that Nigerian youths have great entrepreneurial spirits that could turn the least sought-after thing into an empire.
The CEO of four-story Auldon Toys building, Paul has his business situated in one of the busiest places in Lagos state, the nation’s economic valve.
At that age, he would buy from a big local trader and resell it to Park ‘n’ Shop just for a very tiny profit. It is interesting to note that he was doing that as a side hustle to his day job.
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“I am passionate about toys because I didn’t grow up with them. My dad had a strict worldview of work over play, so he brought us up working in his craft shop to learn how to make wood carvings rather than letting us play with mates,” he said.
Paul said growing up, he never had the luxury of getting toys from his parents like most children his age.
The young man had to use proceeds from his craftwork to give himself that infantile luxury. After a failed attempt to travel to the US to study, the Nigerian man started helping his brother-in-law in his importing business in Lagos.
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