Nigerian billionaires daughters sometimes command respect and fame based on their fathers fortune and connections.

Majority of them are also in various lines of businesses flourishing with or without their father's affluence in the society while some are crashing on their family names and business empires.

Business Insider Sub-Saharan Africa takes a look at the lives of Nigerian billionaires' daughters and what they do for a living.

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1. Mohammed Indimi's daughters

Oriental Energy

a. Ameena Indimi is the Senior Executive Vice President of Oriental Energy Resources Limited, a privately held Nigerian oil exploration and production company.

In a statement on Oriental's website, prior to becoming SEVP, Ameena acted in other capacities as Chief Operating Officer, Executive Director - Assets and as an Assistant Manager. She is also a member of the Board of Directors.

b. Adama Indimi is the daughter of Maiduguri born billionaire, Alhaji Indimi. Not certain what she is into now but the young lady was the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the defunct Kauna Solutions Limited, a private limited company in the United Kingdom. The company served as a solution provider for organizations from all sectors wanting to partner with Niger entities both private and governmental.

2. Aliko Dangote’s daughters

Dangote conglomerates

a. Halima Aliko Dangote

She is the 3rd in line of command of her father's conglomerate as the Group Executive Director. The second daughter of Africa’s richest man, Aliko Dangote and undoubtedly a pride to the Dangote family.

b. Fatima Dangote is a lawyer by profession and served as  Executive Director of Commercial at Nascon Allied Industries and as Special Assistant to MD, Dangote Cement in 2014.

She is now into confectioneries, and she heads the Cupcake Factory in Lagos.

c. Mariya Dangote is best described as 'secretive daughter of Dangote,' as she hardly put up stunt on social media or put her status in public space. Reports say she is one of the top managers in Dangote Group.

3. Mike Adenuga's daughters

Globalcom Limited

a. Belinda Adenuga-Disu, better known as Bella Disu, the gorgeous second daughter of quintessential billionaire businessman, Otunba Dr Michael Agbolade Adenuga.

She currently holds a position at the biggest construction giant in Nigeria, Julius Berger Nigeria Plc as Non-Executive Director

She was a former Executive director of Dad's business, Globalcom Limited.

b. Oyin Adeolu Abayomi Olufeko

The eldest daughter of billionaire businessman, Dr Mike Adenuga, Oyin Adenuga, now Mrs Oyin Adeolu Abayomi Olufeko.

She worked with Equatorial Trust Bank as a Senior Manager and later worked with Consolidated Oil as an Executive Director.

Presently, Oyin runs Imaginative Buying Services, a company that gives Nigerians the opportunity to acquire products from the United States of America.

4. Femi Otedola's daughters

Forte oil Plc

Billionaire CEO of Forte Oil, Femi Otedola, is blessed with three daughters. It notable to know that his three daughters possess interests in entertainment. Florence is DJ Cuppy, Temi is a fashion entrepreneur and Tolani is a singer.

a. Tolani Otedola, the first daughter of billionaire Femi Otedola, who learnt the rudiments of music in England.

b. Florence Ifeoluwa Otedola is professionally known as DJ Cuppy, a Nigerian disc jockey, music producer and songwriter.

To this date, Cuppy’s DJ skills have taken her to over 25 countries and she continues to fill dance floors across the globe.

c. Temi Otedola is the last daughter of the Nigerian billionaire. She is the owner of a fashion, travel and photography blog, jtofashion.

5. Tony Elumelu’s daughters

Nigerian billionaire banker is the father of five girls, three of them triplets.

Princess Oge and Nneka Elumelu interned at their father's business, Heirs Holdings in 2017.

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The other ones are still young.

6. Michael Ojo's daughter

Toyota Nigeria Limited

Deola Sagoe, daughter of Chief Michael Adeojo.

Deola Sagoe is an African entrepreneur and fashion designer. She makes money from her business, House of Deola - a women's wear fashion label.

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