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Life of Ebube Nwagbo

Ebube nwagbo biography

She is a gifted Nollywood actress and an entrepreneur. Ebube Nwagbo is from Anambra State, in a town under Aguata Local Government Area. She is the first child of 6 children. The actress grew up in Warri, Delta State. Ebube Nwagbo graduated from the Nnamdi Azikiwe University, where she studied Mass Communication.

The full name of this actress is Oluebube Nwagbo. She started acting when she was only 20 years old. Apart from being an amazing Nollywood actress, Ebube is also a successful entrepreneur. She has a strong business IQ.

Born in Anambra State, on the 24th of February, 1983, the actress is also the eldest child of her parents. She spent most of her early years in Warri, Delta State. That’s where she began her academic pursuits – both her primary and secondary education was completed in Warri. After her secondary education, the actress furthers to the Federal Polytechnic Oko where she had a National Diploma in Mass Communication. She later went to the Nnamdi Azikiwe University for a Bachelor’s degree in the same course (Mass Communication).

Ebube Nwagbo began her journey into the Nigerian movie industry in 2003, when she was 20 years old. The first movie she featured in was “Arrested by Love”. After she had a breakthrough in her role, she also featured in movies like “Before my Eyes”, and “Eyes of the Nun”. She played remarkable roles in these movies. It shoots Ebube Nwagbo into the limelight.

One thing we would forget about this actress was how she was able to pursue her acting career while she was still in the school. At the same time, she was able to take up the responsibility of helping her family.

Do you know that Ebube Nwagbo bagged a big sum of money in 2003 for playing a role in the movie “Widow’s Cult”. Yes, she was paid up to 7 million Naira for shaving off her hair. Ebube currently average at least 3 million Naira to appear in any movie.

So far, the gifted Nollywood actress has starred in more than 145 movies. Among the prominent ones include: Arrested by Love, Ojuju Calabar, Power of Trust, Eyes of the Nun, Widow’s Cult, Royal Palace, Against My Blood, Not Yours, Mama, The Illiterate Wife, I Will Die for You, Before My Eyes.

Ebube nwagbo instagram

Ebube Nwagbo has lot of followers on Instagram. She currently has more than 1.9 million followers on her page. Her Instagram handler is @poshesteb. To view her Instagram page directly, please go through this link: www.instagram.com/poshesteb.

Ebube nwagbo husband

Is Ebube Nwagbo married? Well, the actress has played different movie roles where she was beautiful dressed in wedding clothing. In real life, she is still single, but patiently waiting for her Mr. Right. She needs love for the sake of love, and that’s what she wants from her man.

The actress has dated several celebrities in the past. Some of them include pop singer “Kcee”, Ogbonna Kanu, Emmanuel Emenike, and Kanu Nwankwo. None of the relationships didn’t lead to marriage.

Ebube recently disclosed that she would soon get married, and that’s she’s not in haste to tie the knot. It’s a lifetime decision.

Ebube nwagbo net worth

Ebube Nwagbo is one of the most influential Nollywood actresses, and also one of the richest. The actress has a mansion in Ajah, Lagos State. The building was started sometime in 2016. The photos of the completed mansion were recently shared on Instagram by Onyi Alex, her best friend.

Ebube has gain ground in the Nigerian movie industry. She has also ventured into several businesses. One of the businesses is her Posh Hair extension business, she launched it in 2012. Also, the actress owns an entertainment businesses “The Posh World production”.

With her businesses, she was able to acquire different landed properties. The net worth of Ebube Nwagbo was estimated to be $700,000.

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