Like the saying that the best inheritance a father can leave for his children is a good example, just like the philanthropist and big time businessman, Sir (Dr.) Kessington Adebukunola Adebutu, his children are living to his legacy of benevolence and generosity in ramifications.
Recently, one of the Adebutus; Olusegun Adebutu, the CEO of Petrolex Oil & Gas, gathered not less than 300 orphans and indigent children at the launching of his Oladiran Olusegun Adebutu (OOA) Foundation, a non-profit and non-political organization held at Park Inn in Abeokuta, Ogun State.
The event has kept many in the Gateway State guessing. Not a few are of the belief that industrious Segun set up the charity foundation in miled grounding for his yet to be avowed political ambition like his brother Ladi, who his already political heavyweight in Ogun State at the National Assembly; while those who are close to the solid businessman have made it known that the graduate of University of Ibadan, Segun is a man of proven and immense wealth like his father; he is a lover of humanity and an embodiment of philanthropy, whose milk of human kindness is like a fountain and has endlessly flowed to whet parched throats. Segun believes that every child deserves a sense of belonging and a chance to succeed in life despite any initial setback by virtual of his/her background. Though, Segun is respected in the oil & gas industry, he is currently the CEO/MD of two reputable firms namely Blue Bridge Global Resource Limited and Oladiran Engineering and Trade Nigeria Limited (OET).
Segun is also on the Board of Directors of Premier Lotto Nigeria Limited and in the entertainment world, he owns Baseline Records with artistes like Aramide and Sakles (before he terminated his contract this year) on it label. With permutations, Segun may have sent a strong signal that in no time he may be throwing his heart into the political ring. Where he will berth in the political equation of his state is what people don't know now. But the fact remains that he is a cheerful giver.