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“Blessings on Blessings” – Tacha Celebrates E-Money’s Birthday

Nigerian reality TV Star Tacha has taken to her Instagram account to celebrate Nigeria’s one of the most successful young entrepreneurs in Nigeria.

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Emeka Okonkwo, popularly known as E-money, was born on 18 February 1981 and has, therefore, turned 39 today.

E-Money is a popular figure on social media and is considered one of the richest young men in Nigeria.

And it is not surprising that Tacha has created time to mark his special day.

“Happy Birthday Boss @iam_emoney1 Today we get to remember you and your many achievements. I pray that you will enjoy many more years of service and continue to be a blessing to others. And of course, I hope you have a HAPPY BORNDAY Blessings on Blessings,” Tacha said.

Credit: Tacha

E-money is the younger brother of Kcee, a popular on and off Nigerian singer.

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