Adedeji Adelabu taught me to mix with celebrities – Dele Momodu

Dele Momodu

Celebrity publisher, Dele Momodu, has revealed that he learnt to interact with celebrities through Adedeji Adelabu.

In a tweet on Tuesday, the publisher of Ovation Magazine also said that he had to take his life seriously after considering that his father was not going to be around and his two older brothers were in the United States.


“Not having my dad around, and my two older brothers were in the US, forced me to sit up but I was fortunate to work at Unife Library, where I met a stylish boss, Prince Adedeji Adelabu, who mentored and taught me how to mix with celebrities,” he wrote.

Dele Momodu had on October 1 revealed that late statesman, Moshood Abiola, taught him how to interact with foreigners.


“I will always thank Chief Moshood Kashimawo Olawale Abiola for teaching me how to fish in international waters instead of swimming in the purified local waters,” he said.

Abiola won the 1993 presidential election which was annulled by former military dictator, Ibrahim Babangida.