Popular businessman, Olakunle Churchill has come out to react to speculations of divorce surrounding his marriage to actress, Rosy Meurer. He recently had his say via his social media page, and fans have been reacting.
According to him, the fact is that hearing terrible news is more pleasurable than good news for some Nigerians, and he will always be unbothered because he cannot control what others say about him.
Churchill added that he and his wife will rather focus on being the best version of themselves forever.
His words, “When people hear good things about you, they stay silent. When they hear bad things about you, they spread it like wildfire. When they hear nothing about you, they make things up.
However, it’s important to remember that you cannot control what others say or how they perceive you. Instead, focus on being the best version of yourself, and concentrate on the journey, the same mouth that bites you will celebrate you.”
Olakunle Oladunni Churchill, is a Nigerian businessman and philanthropist. He is the founder of Churchill Group and Churchill Foundation.
Churchill was born and raised in Ondo State. He started his education at Canon Adeyemi Nursery and Primary School, Ondo State, before moving to Apata Memorial High School, Isolo for his junior secondary education. He preceded to Nigerian Navy Secondary School, Abeokuta for his senior secondary education.
In 2005, Churchill started his career in Ghana at 23 years with real estate business and ICT company, founding the Big Churchill. In 2010, the Churchill Group succeeded his former company, launching in agriculture, mining, engineering and entertainment. Later in his career, he started Churchill Foundation as a charity organization with funding generated from 10 percent of all his company revenues.
While growing up, Churchill had the option of enrolling into Nigerian Defence Academy to become a military officer, but changed his mind to study information technology and became a computer engineer.
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