E-Money: The African billionaire who came from a poor background

E-Money: The African billionaire who came from a poor background

- 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 executibve officer of Five Star Music, Emeka Okonkwo, popularly known as "E-Money"

- Born into 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 18 February 1981, is the immediate younger brother of award-winning musician, Kcee.

The 39-year-old man is known for his luxurious lifestyle. Briefly.co.za takes a look at his mansion on Banana Island which is said to be worth over R40 million.

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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.

Checkout E-money Multi-Million Mansion And His Luxurious Lifestyle
E-Money is a Nigerian billionaire businessman 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 businessman came from a poor family but he did not let this discourage him from becoming a successful entrepreneur.

In other news about billionaires, Briefly.co.za recently reported on Patrice Motsepe eyeing the CAF presidency. The 58-year-old South African billionaire and owner of Mamelodi Sundowns football club has just been revealed as one of the candidates running for the Confederation of African Football (CAF) presidential role.

The current president of the CAF, Ahmed Ahmed, will also be rerunning for the role despite having been implicated in a number of financial irregularities discovered during an audit of CAF in recent years. Also in the running is Jacques Anouma, who was endorsed by Ivorian Football Federation (FIF).

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Meanwhile, tweeps have shared their thoughts on Motsepe's decision to run for the CAF presidency online. Take a look at some of the responses below:

BhutikaBrian Fraud Shib said:

"CAF needs change for sure, Motsepe must bring about professionalism in that organisation. I still want to see CAF Champions league being on the same standard as UEFA champions league."

Sifiso said:

"This is strange. He is not even managing SAFA but he wants to manage CAF. He should run for SAFA first before getting to CAF. With African soccer politics at hand, Patrice stands no chance. But we will see."

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Source: Briefly News

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