E-Money: Nigeria's 39-year-old billionaire who came from poor family

E-Money: Nigeria's 39-year-old billionaire who came from poor family

- Success in life does not come on a platter of gold, but it is achieved through hard work and determination

- This is the story of the chief executive officer of Five Star Music, Emeka Okonkwo popularly known as E-Money

- Born in a poor family, E-money struggled through life to achieve success, and today he is able to live a luxurious lifestyle

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Nigerian businessman Emeka Okonkwo popularly known as E-Money is an entrepreneur who is the chief executive officer of Five Star Music.

The billionaire businessman, who was born on February 18, 1981, in Ajegunle area of Lagos state, is the immediate younger brother to Nigerian award-winning, musician Kcee.

The 39-year-old man is known for his luxurious lifestyle. His mansion in Banana Island is said to be worth over N1 billion.

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He is a man of taste and his mansion has beautiful features. In his compound, you will find exotic cars of different brands.

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E-Money is a Nigerian billionaire business man and the chief executive officer of Five Star Music. Photo credit: gistoftheday.com
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According to Gistoftheday, he was nicknamed E-money after he started living a luxurious lifestyle.

The Anambra state indigene came from a poor family but he did not let this discourage him from becoming a successful entrepreneur.

In other news, a Nigerian life coach and consultant, Ubong King, has shared a throwback photo to show how well he has progressed in the past two decades. Ubong said he used to be a security officer in Ajegunle 20 years ago.

According to him, if anyone had told him his life would be so great as it is now, he would not have believed.

He explained that to get to where he is right now, he had to constantly pursue self-improvement every day.

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In encouraging his followers on Instagram, he said anybody’s life could also improve if they work on developing that thing they are good at.

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