Emeka Okonkwo

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BLP sources Template:Infobox Person Emeka Okonkwo, also known as E-Money, (born February 18, 1982 in Lagos State, Western Nigeria)[no citations needed here] is a businessman and claims to be a Nigerian naira billionaire.[1] He runs Five Star Music, which has his brother Kcee as one of its artists, and also has interests in gas, oil, real estate and shipping.[2]

Family

Emeka Okonkwo is married to Juliet Okonkwo and they have three children.[3]

Lifestyle

One of the most significant things popularly known about E-Money is his luxurious lifestyle.[4] He is famous for spraying money using a money gun[5] at events and also shares picture of himself in his luxuriously furnished home on social media. His brother has denied persistent rumours that they have been involved in criminal enterprise and attributes their success to the grace of God.[2]

Philanthropy

He shares bags of rice, tinned tomatoes, and other items.[6]

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