Jamil Abubakar, Aliko Dangote’s new son-in-law, was not as well known to the general public. Son of billionaire, Jamil married last weekend the daughter of the richest man in Africa. He said yes for better and for worse to Fatima Aliko Dangote. Here are four things to know about his son-in-law.
Driver and speed enthusiast
Jamil is himself an airplane pilot. For him, being a pilot is not necessarily a livelihood but just a passion. This is beyond any professional obligation, a hobby. “My dream of becoming a pilot started at the age of four. It’s just an amazing thing! It’s something I like. If I do not work for anyone and if I have money, I will buy a plane, I will continue to fly around, “he told the media.
His favorite artists
Although Jamil says it is difficult for him to make a list of his favorite artists, he does not hesitate to name a few. “I will quote people like Vector, Wande Coal, Wizkid, Davido, K-Cee, Ice-Prince, MI, I have a lot of them. I do not treat them differently. I am very open to them. The only time I change to people is if you give me a reason to change, “he continues.
Jamil says he is always willing to support these people as much as possible. “If K-Cee says I have a show, then, are you coming?
I’ll do the same if P-Square calls me. You see, I did not mention P-Square before or Phyno. There are many. I met 2 Face, but we did not do anything together, “rejoices the rich young man.
His moments of relaxation
Jamil enjoys relaxing both at home and away from home. He loves sightseeing as well as billiard games … “I relax more when I’m outside because when I’m at home, I attend so many things. When I go out, maybe I went to visit a friend or I went to play billiards; I like swimming at the pool. When I play, my mind is more relaxed. I am in the moment of rest, “he said.
Son of billionaire, Jamil Abubakar is. He is the first son of the former Inspector General of Police, Mohammed Abubakar. He likes to collect luxury watches and has breathtaking cars. A graduate in Computer Science and Multimedia from Kingston University, he is currently a pilot at Elite Airwings.