Top bankers in Nigeria are often accused of engaging in one illicit act or another. The Group Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of First Bank of Nigeria, Mr. Olabisi Stephen Onasanya, is a boss to all of his colleagues in banking industry when it comes to being randy, a reliable source has disclosed.
It was allegedly gathered that Bisi Onasanya is such a randy human being who enjoys sleeping with girls/ladies in his office. Similarly, Naijahottestgist gathered that Mr. Onasanya finds so much pleasure having se.xy with ladies who are quite bulky and busty.
Similarly, it was alleged that he also enjoys dating actresses. One of the actresses he was alleged to have dated is Jennifer Eliogu. In fact, it was learnt that his se.xual relationship with this actress was responsible for the breakup of her marriage, though there are indications that the said actress, Jennifer and the First Bank boss are presently not very close.
Our reliable source also revealed to us that Mr. Bisi Onasanya is a heavy spender. We also gathered that the First Bank boss has been able to keep his extra-marital affairs secret because he has a strict principle of dating one lady at a time. Also, he makes it a rule for himself never to date any lady working in any of the banks he works. However, this rule is exempted to Youth Corps members, who Mr. Onasanya considers sweet and marvelous in bed. Besides, according to him, they are not permanent staff members.
HIS BRIEF BACKGROUND
Stephen Olabisi Onasanya, born on August 18, 1961, has over 23 years post qualification experience and until his appointment as GMD/CEO was Executive Director, Banking Operations & Services. Prior to joining the Board of FirstBank he was the Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer of First Pension Custodian Nigeria Limited, a wholly-owned subsidiary of First Bank of Nigeria Plc.
Bisi started his banking career as Senior Accountant with Wema Bank in 1985. He joined FirstBank in 1994 as a Senior Manager and held several positions. He was Deputy General Manager and Group Head, Finance and Performance Management Department, as well as Coordinator, Century 2 Enterprise Transformation Project, before his appointment as MD/CEO of First Pension Custodian in 2005.