Three billion-naira extravagant youth: Pascal Okechukwu, Obinna Iyiegbu and Emeka Okonkwo Nigeria news
- Pascal Chibuike Okechukwu, Obinna Iyiegbu and Emeka Okonkwo are said to be worth over 48 billion naira, but individually they outdo each other
- Okechukwu, Iyiegbu, and Okonkwo are of Igbo descent, but their many businesses run through Nigeria
- The three billion naira youth are not ready to do it and pretend, which is why they show it in the way they dress, the type of cars they drive and the type of house they live.
Few people know how to do it and pretend it. Being loud is their way of life as they bask in the luxurious things in life – wherever they go you find their footprints in the sand.
While billion dollar Nigerian businessmen Aliko Dangote, Rabiu Abdulsamad and Mike Adenuga prefer to live quiet lives, some billion naira young Nigerians prefer to blow their own trumpets for the world to hear. hear.
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Below are three of the loudest Nigerian youth in a billion naira, who together are worth 48 billion naira, you should know – or already know it!
If you google Cubana’s Chief Priest, you’ll see him in photos sitting behind wads of money or wearing a Versace robe, sitting on a luxury gold-plated bed – yeah, that’s Pascal Chibuike Okechukwu .
Chief Priest’s popularity in the social circle in Nigeria could be linked to the famous Nigerian club, Cubana Nightclub, which he runs for Obinna Iyiegbu.
Although the 40-year-old Imo State native resigned his post at Cubana, he went on to start his own nightlife business, Club Xhrine.
Okechukwu owns a Toyota Land Cruiser that cost around N33million, and his garage is also said to house Range Rover and a Ferrari that is valued at around N104million, including a Chinese model Geely X7 worth around N13million. NOT.
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The total wealth of the chief priest of Cubana is said to be around 7.03 billion naira ($ 17.08 million).
Born in 1981, Emeka Okonkwo made a name for himself in the entertainment industry and the social circle, thanks to his alias, E-Money – and it’s not just an ordinary nickname, it’s a description of his luxurious lifestyle.
E-Money, originally from Anambra State, has businesses in several industriess, 5-Star Media, a label famous for producing artists, KCee (his older brother), Harrysong and Skiibii.
It also draws its wealth from the Five Star Group, which produces products made in Nigeria ranging from tomato paste, mackerel in tomato sauce, coconut milk, as well as sweet corn.
The company is also active in the field of oil and gas. But that’s not all, as E-Money’s income stream includes that of its import and export business, Emy Cargo And Shipping Services Nigeria Limited.
But E-Money is not your usual Aliko Dangote businessman. Okonkwo is brimming with the money he earns from his extravagant lifestyle, living in a N 250million mansion in Omole Estate, Ikeja, Lagos, riding a Mercedes Benz Sprinter worth N 30million and a 2017 37.04 million N armored Jeep Lexus LX 570.
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It is also popular at social events, buying tables at comedy shows and music concerts. Although there is no official net worth of the Ajegunle-born businessman, E-Money’s fortune is allegedly 1.5 billion naira ($ 3.64 million).
Lately, when a Nigerian hears Oba, the two names that come to mind are either ‘King’ or ‘Obi Cubana’ – the latter is the nickname of Obinna Iyiegbu, while he recently received this. last as the king of lavishness (sorry my Englishman).
Prior to the third quarter of this year, Cubana was the low-key owner of a nightlife business, Cubana Nightclub – although he was flamboyant among socialites, his popularity was not national.
But in July, Cubana broke into that regional box to become a household name after organizing what has been described as a “lavish” funeral for her mother,
Wads of money were flying and littering the ground in Oba, Anambra state, where the burial took place – you might be wondering where the 45-year-old got his wealth – Cubana Group.
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The group consists of Ibiza Club in Abuja, Cubana Night Clubs in Lagos and Gustavo Cubana in Enugu. But his portfolio does not stop there, because it is also in real estate and hospitality.
In a BBC report, Cubana is said to be worth 39.54 billion naira ($ 96 million) from its hotel and real estate business.
He claims to have provided 53 million naira each to 53 uneducated Oba boys in 2017, stating that 38 are now billionaires (in naira, as he is not yet a billion dollar businessman), while the rest are millionaires.
Cubana cruises the city in a family sport utility vehicle worth around N36.6million (his wife also owns a similar brand), a Mercedes Benz 4matic S40 worth N38million and a Range Rover of 38 million N, as well as a Rolls Royce Phantom which cost more than 176 million naira.
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Sadly, Folorunsho Alakija has stepped down from Forbes’ billionaire list, but Nigeria still has three representatives carrying the country’s flag.
Aliko Dangote, Mike Adenuga, Rabiu Abdulsamad remain on the list, while the latter has seen greater growth in his fortune.
The three billionaires are worth $ 23.1 billion as of August 18, 2021, but only Dangote has remained the richest African of the past decade.