Popular Lagos big boy, Prince Kazeem Eletu-Odibo, was on Saturday 16th April 2022 uniquely celebrated his mother. He gifted a newly erected mansion which was built on Chief Bamidele Street, Osapa London, Lekki, to his mother. 


The mansion which was a birthday gift to his mother, Mrs Janet Eletu-Odibo, was christened "The Emblazoned". 


This iconic mansion was specially built for his mom and the initial plan was to dedicate the mansion on her birthday which was around December, but work on the project was delayed due to an unknown reason.


The housewarming which took place on Saturday 16th of April had a lot of dignitaries and high profiles personalities in attendance.


Let's tell you that, the popular Celestial Pastor, Prophet Isreal Oladele Ogundipe was the officiating pastor. He was the special guest of the day and he supervised the cutting of the tape, as Madam Janet, who is the mother of Prince Kazeem Eletu-Odibo, became the owner of a luxury mansion called The Emblazoned. She was in a tear of joy as she cut the tape.


Also in attendance were Chief Waheed, Mama Oloye, Alhaji Mudashiru, and Oba Elect, Prince Demola Eletu-Odibo. 


Let's also tell you that Prince Kazeem Eletu-Odibo's close friend, Prince Pastoryoma was in attendance with his beautiful wife. They were both dressed in white attire. 


Also in attendance is the Area 2 Police AIG. He stormed the venue with his boys who ensured maximum security throughout the event. 


It is also a must to talk about the unique style of Prince Kazeem Eletu-Odibo. He was clad in a white attire that can be called Benin-Edo style. His style was unique and he was the cynosure of all eyes. 


The beautiful structure was erected at the centre of Chief Bamidele Eletu Odibo street. The place was equally the place where his late father, High Chief Bamidele Eletu-Odibo, was buried and his statue was erected in the compound of the new mansion.   


Prince Kazeem is the MD/CEO of Prince Kazeem Eletu-Odibo properties which has handled several housing projects in the Osapa London axis of Lekki, Lagos.