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5 Nigerian celebrities born wealthy



It is always a journey to stardom for most Nigerian celebrities born with a silver spoon.
Although talent in the entertainment industry is key, the wealthy ones get considerable privilege from affluent pedigrees.

Here are the top 5 Nigerians celebrities who were born rich.





DAVIDO
David Adeleke popularly known as Davido, is one of the young Nigerian artists that has swept the Nigerian entertainment scene withoutstanding hit songs.

His father, Dr. Deji Adeleke is the chairman of Keplo-pacific, a company comprising of banking, steel, power and energy.

 Davido’s father is also the founder and pro-chancellor of Adeleke university, Ede in Osun state.

Davido’s uncle, senator Isiaka Adeleke, is the former governor of Osun state.



NAETO C
Naetochukwu Chikwe popularly known as Naeto C is a Nigerian rapper and record producer.

He is the son of Kema Chikwe, a former minister of aviation, national women leader of Nigerian political party PDP in 2012 and the one time Nigerian ambassador of Ireland.




DJ CUPPY
Florence otedola better known as D.J Cuppy is a Nigerian-British entertainer and disc joker.

She launched her project, house of Cuppy in 2014.

Her father is a billionaire femi Otedola, CEO forte oil plc.

He is also the Nigerian president and CEO of Zenon petroleum and gas limited.




RITA DOMINIC

Rita Dominic is a Nigerian actress who was born into the royal Nwaturuocha family in Aboh mbaise, Imo state.

 In 2012 she won the Africa movie Academy Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role.

She has been at the top of her career for a very long time.



LYNXX
Chukki edozien known as lynxx is the son of John Edozien, a corporate tycoon.

His father is the chairman of a number of Nigeria companies including jenkyns consults Nigeria limited and Mercedes benz automobile service limited.

He also served as director of linkage assurance plc and diamond bank plc.


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