Controversial billionaire, Jimoh Ibrahim is well known in Nigeria for his queer and unconventional business style. A top player in the corporate world, many do not really adore him for his garrulous and proud nature.
Jimoh Ibrahim owns many multi billion naira businesses in Nigeria and abroad, which have either been ran aground or struggling to survive. He has a style of acquiring business and put them on the slaughter slab.
Among Ibrahim’s numerous companies include Air Nigeria, Nigeria Re-Insurance Corporation and Nicon Insurance. All these three are no more in operation.
Other Companies owned by the Ondo State born lawyer are global Fleet Oil and Gas, Energy Bank of Ghana, Nicon Luxury Hotel, Abuja, Global Fleet Industries, Oceanic Bank Sao Time and Principe, Newswatch and National Mirror Newspaper. It is worthy of note that most of these companies are struggling to keep afloat.
But yemojanewsng.com story today is not about how the 47 year old tycoon runs his businesses, it is the way the self styled ‘turn around’ Czar has been able to turn around the lives of some big girls in the country for the worst.
As a top corporate player, it is alleged that Jimoh Ibrahim uses women to get sensitive documents from other companies. He woos this women, date them and spoil them with gifts after several sexual rendezvous. This has made him notorious among society women and informed yemojanewsng to reveal the true colour of the money man in regards to women around him. Below is the catalogue of his dalliances as published by theelitesnigeriablog with few modifications by yemojanewsng.com.
PART ONE- THE CEO MISTRESSES
The first in this list of CEO Mistresses is Bridget. She is the CEO of the globally unseen oil and gas company in the group. Bridget was a notable player in the banking industry before the Recession Tsunami offloaded her. Somehow, she found herself in Jimoh Ibrahim’s conglomerate. Her first assignment was at Air Nigeria, and she later became the CEO of Global Fleet Oil and Gas in curious circumstances. Coded and expertly slippery, Bridget does most of her romping with Jimoh whenever on official trips outside Nigeria. It is imperative to add that Bridget serves as MD in a company of merely 20 people and which has handed its filling stations to dealers. However, Bridget is said to be Jimoh’s link in the banks. She uses her connections in the banks to either doctor books or ‘take’ documents. Bridget recently got a brand new Prado SUV as an official car for her reward.
Next is Kafila, who became the Managing Director of the National Mirror last January. She does not possess any relevant experience in the business turf she is charged to run. Kaffy is an old flake of the maverick billionaire, and she has now joined the legion, that services his ‘needs’. This lady is reputed to be dynamite when it comes to ‘satisfying’ her male friends. Some of them, notably, Baba Aremu, Raymond D, Gbenguz D, Iyi Omi, Boy George and some other prominent politicians, are reported to hold fond memories of their alliances with her. Already, Kaffy is about to take delivery of her official car. Ironically, other Managing Directors who are male and who are older in the system are yet to be given official cars.
Then comes Bimbo, the Acting CEO of Nicon Luxury Hotel in Abuja. Bimbo, in a spectacular display of unprofessionalism, was made the CEO of the hotel, without any knowledge of hospitality business or management skill. For an otherwise 5-star hotel that was once struggling under a thoroughbred professional Olagbemi, the hotel is now in shambles. Meanwhile, Bimbo is a long-standing play toy to the billionaire. So powerful has she become that her husband works in Jimoh’s insurance company. Her younger sister, a neophyte lawyer, is also the Group Company Secretary in Global Fleet.
Also featuring on this list is Queeneth, the CEO of the Energy investment company in Ghana. She is Ibrahim’s conduit pipe in the West African country. Queeneth is single but not searching. This is her second missionary journey with the moneybag having walked out on him a few years ago when she was GM, Treasury at Nicon Insurance in Nigeria. However, she became vulnerable and desperate for a job after Ohakim, whom she worked for as an SA was removed as Governor. Like Bridget in Global Fleet, Queeneth has had a tumultuous run in the banking sector. But she has always relied on the power of anatomy to get by.
Ophelia also dominates the list of women in this group. She is the ED of Energy Bank in Ghana. The Nigerian staff in the company calls her Ofili Ganga, more for her closeness to Ibrahim, than for her mammary endowment. Ofili is the most powerful of Ibrahim’s women, and probably one of the most brilliant and truly qualified in the conglomerate. But like others before her, she has fallen for his proverbial forbidden fruit without realising that all that glitters in the billionaire’s world is not gold. Although Ofili is married, her husband lives in the United States. She is said to be desperately in love with the GMD, with the sole aim of ousting the current MD, so that she can take over.
Seun, an ex-banker, is the GM of the group’s hotel and hospitality company in Lagos. She prides herself in having edged out the other contenders with her, to the throne (Jimoh’s bed). Seun signs his cheques and handles most of his transactions. And she is usually, openly at war with other female members in the system. Her massive pimples notwithstanding, her assets are her voluptuous hips and easy disposition to tears.
Ibilola, a British trained lawyer came in as General Counsel to Newswatch. At the moment, Ibilola is without any portfolio. She had the misfortune of falling head over heels in love with the maverick billionaire, only to realize that she has been used, dumped and probably wasted.
Until her sack mid last year, Abosede was the COO of Global Fleet Industries. She was one of Jimoh’s longest serving staff and earliest bedmates. Abosede was fired for slapping her House Maid, Tope, whom she converted to Secretary. However, insider know the real reason for her sack. It was gathered that Jimoh was having carnal knowledge of the young House Maid. Abosede, whose previous marriage crashed on account of her devotion to her boss, also found solace in a Graphic Artiste in Daily Newswatch. Jimoh was said to have remarked that if Abosede could be romping with his male staff and putting their photo on Facebook, he too was free to romp her House Maid/Secretary.
PART TWO-THE EXCEPTIONS
There are a few exceptions, mainly on account of their advanced age and the manner in which they joined the system and how they have been carrying themselves. First in this group is Lady Isioma. She is the MD/CEO of Nigeria Re-Insurance and was inherited with the company. Lady Isioma is 62, and she has conducted herself respectably. And so is Mrs. Adegoke, the MD/CEO of Nicon Insurance in Sao Tome. She was also inherited with Nicon Insurance in Nigeria, and was recently transferred to Sao Tome. Adegoke also conducts herself decently, even though the company she left behind in Nigeria, is a shadow of its old self. It owes salaries, has lost all major accounts and is now a ghost town.
PART THREE-HISTORY REPEATING ITSELF
Nearly all the ladies in Part One, and several others, who willingly or unwittingly engage in this back-for-ground, promotion-for-hand business in Jimoh Ibrahim’s business conglomerate, seem to have forgotten that several powerful women have towed that line, previously. But ultimately, they met their waterloo. The case of Ngozi is a classical example of this fact. She is the former President of ICAN. Seven years ago, Jimoh lured Ngozi to be GMD of the Nicon group. She later realised that nothing good comes out of the man from the riverine town in Ondo State. Ngo Baby left with regrets and irreparable damage to her career.
Another case is that of Yetunde, and hers proved to be the most critical. Yetunde was the most powerful person in the conglomerate. She is a School Certificate holder and was his Secretary, but dramatically rose to become the GM/COO of Global Fleet Oil and Gas after spending a dozen years with the GMD. During her reign, Yetunde had three official cars, got her husband to work in the conglomerate and a house in Ajah. She has a son, whose paternity is in contention between Jimoh and her husband. Unfortunately, Yetunde was finally booted out unceremoniously on spurious allegations of disloyalty and impropriety.
Lastly is Bukola. She was Yetunde’s nemesis but in less than a year, she also met her own waterloo. Bukola simply disappeared, without any trace, and was strangely promoted as Assistant GM in absentia. So much so that Jimoh forbade anybody from speaking about the lady, who once held his heart captive. However, before her disappearance, Bukola had made headlines on the Internet, for receiving a dirty slap and verbal invectives from Modupe, the wife of the billionaire. She was reported to have disgraced Bukola openly for having such a stranglehold on her husband.
Modupe cuts the picture of a docile and lovely lady. But she is a calculating woman, who waits for the right time to strike.