Deep pocket Sir Olu Okeowo, Chairman of Gibraltar Property, was 56 years days back and he celebrated the birthday in a very modest way, much to the amazement of many who are used to the way he normally celebrates his birthday. He used the day to showcase his homily side as he preached unity; reason Nigeria should unite no matter what it takes. The billionaire property merchant, renowned for his uncommon philanthropic gestures, threw his doors open, as his friends from all walks of life trooped in to celebrate with him. In his characteristic generous manner, he asked for prayers for the unity of Nigeria and suggested that our jobless boys and girls be recruited into security outfits to help defend the sovereignty of our country, from the northern states down to the south. In his affirmation, he believes that Christians and Muslims are one and this country must not go down in Jesus' mighty name. He admonishes that we should make our governance skills work instead of beating the drums of war. By all standards, Sir Olu Okeowo is a success story, with numerous estates and golf courses scattered around the world, and there is no gainsaying the fact that he is a big player in the property and real estate sector. The shrewd businessman is unarguably one of the best property merchants around at the moment.