Davido’s Father, Dr. Deji Adeleke Net Worth & Private Jet [Photos]

Undoubtedly, Dr. Deji Adeleke is one of the most successful people not just in Nigeria but also in Africa as a whole. He builds churches, buys expensive cars and luxurious jets. What is Davido’s father net worth? Does he own expensive aircraft? Continue reading to get the answer.

Nigerians always ask search engines these questions: “dr deji adeleke net worth” and “dr deji adeleke forbes.” People always want to know how rich men live. The father of one of the most prominent Nigeria singers, Dr. Deji Adeleke, is one of them.

Davido’s father net worth

The Adelekes has always been one of the most influential families in the Yoruba land. According to Forbes, his fortune has been increasing over the years. It is due to successful investments into:

  • Real estate;
  • Record labels;
  • Securities;
  • Banking sector.

According to Forbes, Dr. Deji Adeleke` net worth was over 360 million dollars in 2015. As of the beginning of 2017, Davido`s father net worth is more than 700 million dollars.

Having become extremely wealthy, Dr. Deji Adeleke has also turned into a great philanthropist. At the moment, he has already built Seventh Days Adventist Church. Moreover, the Nigerian businessperson has donated much money to Babcock University, where Davido graduated.

Davido’s father private jet

Undoubtedly, Davido`s father owns plenty of classy vehicles. An expensive private jet is also present in Dr. Deji Adeleke` garage. According to experts, Dr. Deji Adeleke bought his jet for 35 million dollars.

The African Web was overfilled with stories that Davido had bought a private jet. Really?

The matter is that Dr. Deji Adeleke lent his son his jet so that it was less problematic for Davido to participate in two concerts simultaneously.


Dr. Deji Adeleke is one of the most successful people not just in Nigeria but also in Africa as a whole. Presently, Davido`s father net worth is more than 700 million dollars. Dr. Deji Adeleke also owns a jet. One of the richest African businesspersons parted with 35 million dollars to purchase it.

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