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The Secret Pains Of Billionaire Muhammed Indimi …How His Daughters Ruined Their Marriages And Family Business



This is definitely not the best of times for Alhaji Mohammed Ndimi, the Borno State, Maiduguri-born billionaire owner of Oriental Energy Resources Limited and a major player in the United Kingdom-listed independent oil and gas producers, Afren Plc.
Alhaji Ndimi is the father-in-law of the first son of ex-president Ibrahim Babangida, Mohammed, and the billionaire oil player is now running from pillar to post to salvage what is now left of his business empire, which is gradually sliding into ruins as a result of the huge debt portfolio of the oil and gas industry.
Sources revealed that what probably led to the mountainous debts could be traced to the excessive greed on the part of the directors of Oriental Energy Resources made up of Ahmed Ndimi, Mustafa Ndimi, Aminat Ndimi-Fodio and Yakolo Ndimi-Babangida.
Aminat Ndimi-Fodio, who is the Chief Operating Officer and the main adviser of the father, is said to lack the required experience and human relations to run such a huge institution “it is beyond being a lawyer from a great school, it is about the required experience in this terrain,” a source said.
Amina (Yakaka) is being accused of high handedness on the job and even in the home front as she is said not to have enjoyed the best of relationships even with her husband, who died in a motorbike accident and tongues have not even stopped wagging on the manner of her husband, Mohammed Dalhatu’s death.
Within the privileged circle of the powerful in the North, it is being silently whispered that she placed a curse on the man for planning to re-marry his ex wife, Aisha Wushishi, who he was so much in love with; they have a boy and a girl and were planning to re-marry, when he died mysteriously.
Next to Amina in this cruel love story is Zahra who also has no stable home and whose activities is giving the father and the whole family serious cause for concern, a source told us that the billionaire might have placed his money making ventures over and above the inculcation of how to build their homes and live happily with their husbands’


‘How else can one describe the case of Zahra [ya gumsu] who got married about eight years ago to a very nice and influential man called Alhaji Bakare from Adamawa State and blessed with a son, the union which was well celebrated also collapsed like a pack of a poorly arranged cards, it lasted for barely one year due to what our source claimed to be Zahra’s manipulative and hostile attitude towards the husband.
As if that was not enough, the second attempt at marriage was a BID, [brought in dead], the contraption died on the very day of the wedding when before the full glare of family and friends the bridegroom was asked to come forward with the elders of his family as the custom demands and he couldn’t produce any so Alhaji Indimi had no option than pronounce the ceremony null and void.

Rahama Babangida

“The problem the one married to ex president Ibrahim Baangida son, Mohammed, Rahama, is causing within the family is also in the glare and well known only that the Babangidas are managing the situation well to protect their name and the strong family and business ties with the Indimis” a credible source told us, while lamenting the turn of events in the family fortunes and the problems facing the business empire.
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