5 Nigerian celebrities known for their luxurious homes

Linda Ikeji
Linda Ikeji

Celebrities have the money to not only buy houses but also splurge on them. Weekend Magazine takes a look at some known for their beautiful and luxurious homes.

Linda Ikeji

The founder of Linka Ikeji blog is the highest paid blogger in Nigeria and she is obviously not scared to spend her money. She bought a mansion worth about 500 million naira in Banana Island, a choice area in Lagos. The house is painted all white and has a nice swimming pool to booth.

Tiwa Savage

The ‘kele kele’ crooner is considered to be one of the most successful female singers in Nigeria. She flaunted her house back in 2017 when she acquired it. She posted a picture of a section of the house thanking God for a wonderful year.


The singer who is famous for his fashion sense owns a mansion that can pass for a three-star hotel. He has flaunted this beauty on his social media page severally. His home is decorated beautifully and he sure was not afraid of playing around with his colors. The house also has a penthouse.

E Money

E Money is the immediate younger brother to Kcee, a Nigerian singer. He is the CEO of Five Star Music. His house is situated at Lekki, Lagos and is worth about 250 million naira. It is decorated in white and gold and also has motifs from the Middle East. The luxurious house has a pool and a private gym.

Mercy Aigbe

A Nollywood actress and entrepreneur, she is one of the celebrities who showed off her palatial mansion on Instagram. Known to be a fashion icon, she has been pictured severally in her home. Over time, she has posted a lot of pictures and short videos of herself in her new home, and it is indeed, beautiful.

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