Abuja, Nigeria – Jun 8, 2021 – Adenike Isi Adeeko reacted to the news that French fashion tycoon Bernard Arnault is the world’s richest person on Monday may 31st, 2021.
According to a report published by Forbes, Bernard Arnault has become the richest person in the world as LVMH stock rises.
Bernard Arnault, the French fashion tycoon is the world’s richest person this Monday morning. He has an estimated net worth of $186.3 billion. It puts him $300 million ahead of Jeff Bezos, who is worth $186 billion. He has also left behind Elon Musk, who is worth $147.3 billion.
Arnault’s fortune has a great leap from $76 billion in March 2020 to $186.3 billion on Monday. It is a massive and pandemic defying performance by the luxury group LVMH (Louis Vuitton Moet Hennessy) owned by him.
Moet Hennessy happens to be the Wines and Spirits division of LVMH. Its brands are true to the tradition and hold the legacy of exquisite product caliber. These have a powerful global distribution network that became stronger with each passing year.
Other than being the business owner at Tiki Cultures Abuja, Adenike Isi Adeeko has great initiative, enthusiasm, and a colorful career. Tiki Culture infuses the Afro-Caribbean Lifestyle to the Nigerian capital. She also happens to be a trade partner of Moet Hennessy in Africa and the Middle East.
“After 2 years of being the first and only female Trade partner in Africa and the Middle East, for Moet Hennessy, the spirit and wine division of LVMH, I can say that this was about to happen sometime or other. The trade practices of Moet Hennessy, its sustainable goals, dedication, and supports in line with her brand’s goals are sure to make one rich,” stated Adenike Isi Adeeko.
“Moet Hennessy is currently celebrating #hennessy100ngr, a hashtag dedicated to celebrating Hennessy’s 100 years presence in Nigeria. Specializing in a varied cuisine from all over South America and the Caribbean, Tiki Cultures will not be left out of the celebrations,” She further added.
Tiki cultures, Abuja specializes in extensive seafood-based menus of hot dishes and food platters. They also offer fruits, pastries, whiskey, cigars, and bottles of champagne. Combining sophistication with the casual tropical vibe, the bar embraces a mind-blowing mixture of art, music, and dining. One can also enjoy a scenic view of Abuja from over the rooftop pool while enjoying luxurious dining.