Sharon Adeleke (Davido’s Elder Sister) Bio, Husband, Net Worth, Age
Alot of people believe that being born into riches,you do not need to venture into aby personal business, since you’re born to a wealthy home full of inheritance.
The Adeleke’s Family have made an exception to this believe, with many of them not even participating in their families business, but making much furtunes themselves. So many people would have heard of Davido but may not know he also have a senior sister by name, Sharon Adeleke.
Sharon Adeleke Profile
|Full Name||Sharon Adeleke|
|Date of birth||March 28th|
|Parents||Adedeji Adeleke and Veronica Adeleke.|
|Siblings||Ashley Coco Adeleke, Adewale Adeleke, David Adeleke|
|Career||CEO, Rona Wigs|
Biography of Sharon Adeleke
Sharon Adeleke is the elder sister of Davido, the first child of Adedeji Adeleke. She was born on March 28th, to the family of Mr Adedeji Adeleke and Mrs Veronica Adeleke. She is the owner of the popular Rona Wigs, despite been the daughter of a billionaire, Sharon believed her father’s money is not hers, she also believed in making her money like everyone else.
What does Sharon Adeleke do?
Sharon’s wig brand is one of the biggest in Nigeria, she attributed her success to the love she have for wig and how good she is in making the wigs.
Sharon Adeleke’s Husband
Sharon Adeleke is married to Yomi Ademefun and she has one child from her marriage.
Their Traditional wedding was held on Thursday at the Ark on Oniru Road, Lekki, Victoria Island, Lagos State. The white wedding, it was learnt, to hold on September 1 in Miami, United States of America.
Adeleke is the CEO of Beautiqueonline.com and Golden Standard Home Care Service.
Sharon Adeleke Daughter
Sharon Adeleke-Ademefun, who held her baby shower in the US welcomed a baby girl with her husband who they’ve named Zoe.
Sharon Adeleke and Chioma
Chioma and Sharon have proven to be one of the best of buddies as Chef Chioma went over to Sharon’s house to check her culinary ability along with her. The 2 have been seen beaming with pleasure as they hugged one another and stuffed the air with their laughter.
Sharon Adeleke Net Worth
Sharon Ademefun (nee Adeleke) is a #MotherlandMogul in her own right. She is the Mastermind behind Rona Wigs Studio, a business that makes hairpieces and extensions. Sharon taught herself how to make wigs by watching YouTube videos. She is extremely focused on her business, busting the myth that coming from a wealthy home means a woman doesn’t have to work.
We’re yet to verify her current Net Worth. As soon as we do, we’ll update this publication.
Sharon Adeleke Instagram
Sharon Exclusive Interview
Sharon shares her business and life experiences with SLA contributor Priscilla in an interview. She gave free advice for anyone looking forward to starting up something, as well as single ladies working their hustle. Sharon also lets us know why by the third year, your business should be able to stand on its feet.
Let’s meet the Sharon that won’t pop up in a Google search
I watch a lot of TV. I love watching TV when I am home.Secondly, you won’t find my kids on the net, I don’t put them on the net. I also love staying at home, I don’t go out much. If I do go out, it must be very important. I love to cook a lot even though I don’t have much time for it.
What are your hobbies and how do they influence your business?
My hobbies are wig-making (laughs) and sleeping. Truly, making wigs is my hobby and my passion. It was a prayer point for me that I do something I love and be able to feed myself with it. I would say that I am lucky, because I wake up each morning with excitement about my work, and it is great.
Why and how did you get into wig-making?
When I had my first child, I was on a lot of bed rest and I needed to make my hair. I found this lady on YouTube and I asked her to make my hair and it was really good. She used closures and they came out nice. When I had to go back to the States and needed to do another, she suggested I make a wig. But later on, I needed her to do more and she was not coming through so I just told myself, “
What is in wig-making?
”I got on YouTube and watched videos of wig-making and pretty much taught myself to make wigs. I made for myself at first, and my friends wanted me to make for them. That was how I got into making wigs. In the States, I started seriously going to wig-making workshops. The day I had my son, there was this big wig maker, Tokyo Stylez holding a training.
Tokyo Stylez makes wigs for the Kardashians, and when I heard about his training, I literally got off my bed to attend it.I had to ask my aunt to handle things at home.
What was it like at the beginning and which moments have defined your business?
When I started, I was working from home. I had clients and they loved my wigs and its quality. I went for several trainings but even then, they don’t tell you everything. My friend who used to make wigs for me back then even gave me some tips. At a point, I had taken over my house and my husband basically said, “We have to move you out“.
That was how I moved into the shop. Some of the defining moments of my business have been the times when I wanted to quit and then, I get a flood of orders. I have had other businesses. Right before I started Rona Wigs, I had just shut down one business. But with Rona Wigs, I find myself coming back when I almost want to leave.
It’s God who has been making it all happen.From one person, my staff has grown to seven people. And by November/December this year, we will be two and a half years old. Another defining moment for me was a time when I had about 150 orders waiting for me and they had all paid 100%. What was nice was that they waited, considering the Nigerian instant gratification thing.
How has your husband influenced your business and how do you balance both work and family?
It has not been easy, especially at the beginning. Most times, I will be gone from about 8am till about 11pm or 12 midnight. Initially, he complained because of the times I was gone. Sometimes, I didn’t get to see my kids. I had to do a lot of placating, but he picked up the slack at home while I was gone then.
He also did the entire work at the new studio for me as he is into interior development.My husband has always been supportive and that is important. Now, I have learnt to cut back and delegate work. After all the time spent at the beginning training my girls, now I know they can work without me looking over their shoulders.
Although, with the upcoming new project, I know it might be like the beginning again. Now I think my husband knows that it is only for a while till things are on their feet.I don’t believe you should be a slave to your business. The first 1 or 2 years after take off will be tough.
But if by the third year, you still have to always be there, then maybe your success model is not right. Your personal happiness matters because when you are happy, everything around you goes fine. It’s also important that you have someone who supports your dreams. Many women do not reach their full potentials because they are somewhat hindered by their husbands.
So for single entrepreneurs, it is important you marry someone who is aligned with your dream and will help you achieve them.
How has been an Adeleke influenced your business?
It has its advantage and its disadvantage. For starters, people are curious and they want to see Davido’s sister working. So curiosity brings them in first. While that helps in a way, I don’t use that as a base.I treat all customers alike and while they might not buy something that first day, they usually return another day due to the warm reception they receive from us.
The disadvantage is that people think because of my background, I don’t need to work. They don’t understand that no matter who you are, money can be tight.I believe God has blessed my dad with his money and Davido with his. This is His blessing for me. Because of that, I have a no-nonsense attitude when it comes to my business. I don’t joke with my money and I keep my focus on my work.
If you can go back to when you started, what would you do differently?
I would start early. I wished I had started wig making really early, but I understand that life is a journey. I had to go through all those other businesses to learn from them.Now I handle my business carefully. I focus on my brand and learn to set achievable goals for my business.
Also I don’t over do it, like order hair in large quantities and get stuck with products I can’t use. This is one of the lessons I learnt from my previous business. I train my girls to think like me and I can say they are better than me because they do it often.
Is there a bigger dream for Rona Wigs?
Yes! In fact we are planning something soon, even though I can’t reveal it yet. We are planning something in the next couple of weeks which will cater to our mass clients. Also, I am thinking of how we can train others in the future, as a way of building themselves.
What would you advice a start up wig maker?
Just start!This is not just wig makers, but for anybody who wants to start up something. Maybe it’s because I am an Aries but I believing in doing something. Start it first then see if you’re cut for it or if it will work. Don’t just dream or talk about it, start. The journey begins with one step.
How do you know of you are cut out for it or you have the clientele or you can cope with it if you don’t start?
So that’s my first advice to any one. JUST START!