Wednesday, 26 June 2019


Paddy Adenuga, CEO, Pegasus Capital Investments Ltd
In case you did not remember, the most popular son of Dr. Mike Adenuga and founder of Pegasus Capital Investments Limited, Paddy Adenuga, clocked 35 on June 21, 2019.

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We had expected that he would hold a big house party to celebrate the day, but Paddy disappointed us, his close pals, friends and family, as there was no merriment to mark the day.

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At 35, Paddy has everything going well for him - wealth, connections and influence - but has refused to marry. In one of his recent interviews, he made it clear that he would not be having kids or getting married in the next 10 years, as he is currently married to his job.

One of his posts in May 2017 showed that he had a lover called Reem, who died, and he seems not to have gotten over her. “I have been engaged twice, but didn’t get married in either occasion. Painful in both times, but a lot of lessons learnt. I can’t force God’s time and God’s will in the meantime. I am just taking it one day at a time. Very soon, God will do it for me and it will be final,” he stated.

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It can be recalled that after leaving his father’s company, Globacom, in 2015, Paddy Adenuga set up his Pegasus Capital Investment Limited, a United Kingdom-based company, with specific focus on food and beverages investment in the UK and the Netherlands.

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