My children won’t get my money when I die - TV boss Jason Njoku

My children won’t get my money when I die - TV boss Jason Njoku

- While many are storing money in the bank for their children to inherit, Iroko TV boss thinks otherwise

- He said his children are not going to inherit a dmie of his money but the good education he would have given them

- He said this after Nairabet boss Akin Alabi said he falt after having money he won't be thinking about money again

Nollwyood actress Mary Remmy Njoku might not be prepared by the shocker her husband, Iroko TV boss Jason Njoku, just dropped.

The TV boss revealed his plans for his children especially about his inheritance after he dies.

Though still young, Jason promised not to leave his money behind for his children.

PAY ATTENTION: Install our latest app for Android and read the best news about Nigeria

Alabi tweeted that: “10 years ago, I thought that if I had what I have today, I wouldn’t worry about money ever again. Today, my money worries are so much that I can’t think straight sometimes. I need money like mad.”

Jason’s outburst started when NairaBet boss, Akin Alabi, tweeted about what he worried about most. He wrote about his thoughts about getting rich 10 years ago and how they no longer fit now that he is very rich.

My children won’t get my money when I die - TV boss Jason Njoku
Iroko TV boss Jason Njoku and his family

In response to the tweet Jason wrote he had planned what he will do with money when he eventually become rich now that he is rich, he realized that he did not do any of the things he had set to do. He wrote:

“When I was broke I had all these things I wanted to do when I had money. Now i'm not broke I literally do non of them. I actually find money a burden. I plan to give away most of it before I die. Kids are getting $0.00. They can manage with a good education and their parents.”

READ ALSO: Ex-beauty queen Omowunmi Akinnifesi makes Omotola share her rough road to success story

Jason Njoku is married to Nollywood actress Mary Remmy Njoku and together they run Iroko TV. The duo have three children together. The actress and founder of ROC studio was said to have welcomed her third baby on Friday, August 4, 2017, at St Thomas Hospital, London.

18-year-old teenager studying for Phd makes startling revelation | Faces of Nigeria - on TV:


Online view pixel