E-Money, has expressed gratitude to God and appreciated him for giving him a new year full of blessings, as he marks his birthday on February 18, 2023.illionaire businessman, Emeka Okonkwo, popularly known as
The billionaire businessman noted how he is too loaded to be empty and too late to fail.
The CEO of 5-Star music shared new photos on his Instagram page to mark his new age.
Expressing gratitude to God, E-Money appreciated him for giving him a new year full of blessings.
In his hashtag, the billionaire businessman noted how he is too loaded to be empty and too late to fail.
“Thank you God for giving me a new year of full of blessings. Happy birthday to me!,” he posted.
TheNewsGuru.com (TNG) reports that E-money is a Nigerian investor, entrepreneur, music record label CEO, philanthropist, and shipping company owner.
E-Money is into Oil and Gas and Emmy Cargoes Nigeria Limited formerly called Borisa Nigeria Limited (a shipping company) and also has a different chain of businesses abroad.
Born in Ajegunle, Lagos, Nigeria, on February 18, 1981, E-Money got his nickname after he started throwing money around and demonstrating what a luxurious life he had. Some other people even refer to him as Arabic money for his over-the-board generosity.
He is the younger brother of the Limpopo crooner, Kcee, and also the official sponsor of his music career plus that of Harrysong and Skiibii. He is also the head of a shipping company called Emmy Cargoes Nig. The company was established in 1997 and was formerly called Borisa Nig. Ltd. He is also into real estate as well as oil and gas.
E-Money is married. He has three sons with his wife, Juliet, whom he’s been married to for about eight years now.
According to him, he met Juliet in 2003 when he was still struggling to make money and she was just what he was looking for – a God-fearing and non-materialistic woman.
Being one of the most popular people in Nigeria’s social media space, people are eager to know how he made his fortune!
Speaking of his turning point, E-Money said he came back to Lagos after their traditional marriage and receiving a call that changed his life forever.
“We were on our way to Lagos when I received a phone call informing me that I had been awarded a 20 billion naira contract and that is how our lives changed forever,” he said.