E-money, Nigerian Musician Kcee’s Elder brother, and chairman of Five Star Music group, whose real name is Emeka Okonkwo few days ago, received a Honorary Doctorate Degree in Business Management and Corporate Governance from the European-American University.
The wealthy business man received the award at the 50th convocation ceremony, held at the University of Lagos (UNILAG) last week Saturday.
He was accompanied by the incoming Deputy Governor of Lagos state, Dr Obafemi Hamzat and his brother, KCEE.
In response to an allegation that his award was fake, after the University of Lagos denied awarding an honorary doctorate degree to him, the Five Star boss, thought it wise to clear the air with captured moments event at the University of Lagos.
Drake’s Scorpion album released in 2018 grabbed the title of the most popular album of the year, according to Nielsen Music. And the rapper’s not done yet as he is eyeing a ninth No. 1 on the Billboard 200 albums chart.
The “hotline bling” crooner told the crowd at his London stop of the Assassination Vacation tour on Tuesday night (April 9) that he has already begun working on his new record less than a year after Scorpion‘s delivery.
“I kinda actually started night last night to be honest with you,” he’s heard saying in a video uploaded to Twitter by a fan. “But I think what I’ma do after this is go home, and I’ma make a new album so I can come back to London next year and we can do this again.”
According to a new post on Five Star’s official Instagram, billionaire businessman E-money received his Honorary Doctorate Degree in Business Management and Corporate Governance from the European-American University. This is coming few days after the University of Lagos denied awarding an honorary doctorate degree to E-money.
Congratulations to our chairman on his amazing achievement / Award Honorary Doctorate Degree in Business Management and Corporate Governance from the European-American University. Many more blessings and more grace as you go on @iam_emoney1 @iam_mrse @iam_kcee .. #itistoolatetofail”
On Wednesday, April 10, 2019, Nigerian business magnate, investor, and owner of the Dangote Group, Aliko Dangote clocked 62. Sharing a photo of Dangote, business tycoon and chairman of Forte Oil,, Femi Otedola took to Instagram, extolling the virtues and accomplishments of his long-time friend.
He wrote: “Happy birthday to the greatest man that has come out of Africa. My brother, the Visionary, owner of the 2nd largest sugar refinery in the world, the largest cement factory in the world, one of the largest flour mills in the world, the 2nd largest fertiliser plant in the world that is due for completion, and the biggest oil refinery in the world. Aliko Dangote is a titan that God created specially for mankind. You have broken every boundary in worldwide business and industry. Thanks for the brotherly love … F.Ote”