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Reactions As Elumelu Shares Rare Photo With Triplets Enroute London




Businessman, Tony Elumelu on Thursday caused a stir after sharing photos of himself and his triplets on a private aircraft heading to London, capital of the United Kingdom.

His triplets, all girls, are seen in the photos paying attention to their father’s laptop monitor.

“Enroute London with my Triplets,” the Transcorp chairman captioned the photos posted on Instagram.

The purpose of the trip was not immediately clear, however, male followers of the billionaire stormed the comment section of the post to sell themselves.

a.i.micheal wrote: ”I found a beautiful flower in your garden sir 😂😂😂 may i come and plug it ?”

_okiemute__ wrote: ”I will give my kids this kind lifestyle one day.”

krisosas002 wrote: ”This only shows years of hard-work, resilience, dedication and determination to make it.”

forevercfr wrote: “Those boys planning to marry Tony Elumelu’s children because you have a UBA account. You are seeing how they travel right? So where will you guys meet each other? If you like wait for them at the airport, they will follow private hangar. When they land in London, you are still in Addis Ababa waiting for connecting flight. I laugh in Hebrew.”

Myhairven wrote: ‘My younger brother is a hard working young man,focused and will make a very good son in law sir.’

official_western_banks wrote: “Daddy, abeg try Dey tag your pikin sir,. No be you go marry them.”

mronomski wrote: “Na to hustle hard make my son marry one of dem.”

_petty.lady wrote: “love a father who spends time with his children. God bless you.”

just_twistt wrote: “Sir I’m single and also a UBA customer. Make you try Dey tag these angels too. Thank you future daddy inlaw.”

edwardesiricompany wrote: “A wise father carries his children along. This is the way of God. Well done Sir.”

limah_unusual wrote: “God when😍 I miss my darling parents may their soul continue to rest on.”

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Elumelu and wife Awele have seven children – five females and two males.