Ned Nwoko Net Worth, Cars, Houses, Biography , Family and Private Jet—– Ned Nwoko, Prince – You’ve undoubtedly heard of Ned Nwoko without having to look him up. If you keep up with the current news and gossip, his name will strike a bell in the minds of many young people. I’d prefer to inform you myself, but I’ll delegate that responsibility to you. Just remember that Ned Nwoko is a standard for a reason.
Biography of Ned Nwoko
Ned Nwoko has worn numerous hats in Nigeria and has established himself as one of the country’s wealthiest men. He was born Prince Chinedu Munir Ned Nwoko into a royal family on December 21, 1960, and had all the advantages he needed to succeed. In Aniocha North LGA, Delta State, Nigeria, he was born into the royal family of the Nwoko’s of Idumeje Ugboko Kingdom.
He began his schooling in Nigeria before transferring to the University of Keele in Staffordshire, England, to pursue a degree in Law and History. He went on to King’s College, London, where he earned an LLM in Maritime and Commercial Law and was admitted to the English bar at Lincoln’s Inn after finishing his first degree.
At the age of 24, he founded Ned Nwoko Solicitors in London, UK, after completing his study. His law practice, which is one of the largest in the United Kingdom, specialized in international conflict laws, matrimonial law, and other areas. He worked as a legal assistant for Kummars Solicitors in London and as a Crown Prosecutor at Pascalides and Company in London before starting his own practice.
He returned to Nigeria at the age of 38 and served in the Nigerian House of Representatives from 1993 to 2003 under President Olusegun Obasanjo’s administration. In Delta State, he was a representative for Aniocha North-South and Oshimili North-South.
Wives of Ned Nwoko
Ned Nwoko is a Muslim who has six wives and several children. He is also the husband of Regina Daniels, a Nollywood actress/film producer who is one of Nigeria’s hottest and most successful actresses, and Laila Charani.
Net worth of Ned Nwoko
Ned Nwoko is estimated to have a net worth of $1.2 billion, which he has accumulated through his various enterprises in Nigeria and overseas, as well as his multiple investments in Nigeria and abroad in areas such as real estate, oil, tourism, agriculture, and the arts. He is the originator of Mount Delta, a Delta State Government-approved tourism site.
He also received royalties as a member of the Nwoko family in Idumeje Ugboko, Delta State, where he served as a politician in Nigeria.
Houses of Ned Nwoko
Ned built one of Nigeria’s largest mansions in his hometown. It is so large that it has earned the moniker “Castle in the Sky.” The home is believed to contain its own private zoo with horses, monkeys, ostriches, crocodiles, and other creatures, as well as a livestock farm with over 5000 chickens, two acres of palm trees, a tennis court, and an Olympic-size swimming pool. It’s unmistakably a castle!
He also owns properties in the United Kingdom, the United States, France, and Nigeria.
Cars by Ned Nwoko
If he has a castle in the sky, he has enough money to buy any luxury car he desires. He owns a lot of automobiles and has bought a lot of cars for his wives, and it’s nearly impossible to put a number on how many cars he owns.
In 2019, he was photographed on social media driving his Rolls Royce, which costs N172, 903, 500, with his sixth wife, Regina Daniels.
Private Jet of Ned Nwoko
Ned Nwoko recently purchased a Falcon 7x private plane, which he photographed with his family. Dassault Falcon line’s Falcon 7x jet has a range of 5,950 nautical miles (11,020 kilometers).
The Falcon 7x airplane that Ned Nwoko owns is worth a whopping $54 million (N20, 7748, 420, 000).