Nigerian Multi-billion Prince Chinedu Munir Nwoko popular known as Ned Nwoko was born on 21 December, 1960 into the royal Nwoko family of Idumuje Ugboko Kingdom in Aniocha North Local Government Area of Delta State, Nigeria. The billion politician, businessman and lawyer began his basic education in Nigeria but had to the United Kingdom where he studied and had his first degree in Law and History at the University of Keele, Staffordshire. From there, he moved to the King’s College London for his post graduate studies in LLM in Maritime and Commercial Law hence making him an international lawyer. He was called to the English bar at Lincoln’s Inn.Ned Nwoko has six wives, the lastest is Nigerian actress whom he married in 2019 whiles she was at the tender age of 19 years and the couple already have a son together.
Ned Nwoko Net worth
According to austinmedia.com, the Nigerian billionaire was worth a whopping $1.2 billion dollars in 2017 and it is expected that the amount has increased since the man own chains of business. Ned makes money from politics, from investing in the tourism and art industry, and from royalties as a member of Idumuje Ugboko royal family.
Ned Nwoko Houses
Ned Nwoko has homes in the United Kingdom, in the United State of America, in France and many homes in Nigeria, but none comes close to the “Castle in the Air” mansion that he has built in his hometown. The mansion is said to have a private zoo which contains animals like; Crocodiles, Sea eagles, horses, monkeys, porcupines, ostriches and a host of other animals. The mansion is home to over 5000 poultry and over two acres of palm trees with an Olympic size swimming pool and a standard tennis court.
Ned Nwoko Businesses
Billionaire Ned Nwoko is extremely quiet about his business but he has vast investments in oil, and the tourism and arts industry as well as from politics. Nwoko is the founder of the tourism destination Mount Delta, one of 21 tourism sites approved by the Delta State government. The tourist site consists of museum, farm, zoo, fishponds, poultry and a 9-hole golf course.