5 Humble Nigerian "Big Boys" Who Became Rich Before They Clocked 40

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We have some big boys in Nigeria that are living luxury life. They have the kind of lifestyle that many people can only dream of, with luxury cars, first-class flights, exotic apartments, high-end clothing, and respectable businesses.

With wealth derived from a variety of sources, including entertainment, real estate, fashion, oil and gas, telecommunications, and so on.

What's even more interesting in their lives is that they were billionaires before they turned 40. They are not your usual billionaires because, despite their riches, they remain modest and loyal to where they are coming from.

In this post, we'll look at four Nigerian billionaires who were just 40 years old when they became billionaires.

The following is a list of seven of them, in no specific order:

1. Jason Njoku

Jason Njoku is the founder of two companies: iROKOtv, a prominent video website, and Spark, a $2 million investment firm. Jason has amassed a multi-million dollar fortune. On December 11th, 1980, Jason Njoku was born.

2. Sujibomi Ogundele

Sujibomi Ogundele is yet another young billionaire under the age of 40. Sujibomi Ogundele is the founder of Sujimoto Constitution Company Limited, a renowned construction firm with offices in many countries around the world, despite being a lawyer by training.

3. B-Naira

Bnaira, whose real name is Bayo Adewale, is a musician and designer. Bnaira, who was born on October 20th, 1988, is an artist, businessman, and philanthropist. He shot to fame after releasing his single "Jasi," which became a smash hit almost instantly. He has an estimated net worth of $8 million.

4. Ladi Delano

Bakrie Delano Africa's CEO is Ladi Delano. He started Solidarnosc Asia, an alcoholic beverage business, at a young age, which he later sold for $15 million and used the proceeds to start a real estate investment company in mainland China. Delano is 35 years old and has a number of several other investments.


Bag of cash Emeka Okonkwo aka E-Money, the CEO of 5-Star Music, is well-known for his recent spending spree on social media platforms.

E-Money was born Emeka Okonkwo on February 18, 1981, in Ajegunle, Lagos, Nigeria. He earned his nickname after he began throwing money around and demonstrating his lavish lifestyle. Others have dubbed him "Arab wealth" because of his extravagant generosity.

He is the younger brother of Limpopo crooner Kcee, as well as the official supporter of his, Harrysong's, and Skiibii's music careers. He is also the owner of Emmy Cargoes Nig, a shipping company. The company was founded in 1997 and was previously known as Borisa Nig. Ltd. He is also interested in real estate and oil and gas.

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