Forbes 30 Under 30: Meet Omoha Nduka, 25-Years-Nigerian real Estate Billionaire.

Omoha Nduka John is an award winning Nigerian real estate entrepreneur, investor and philanthropist. He is the chairman of Prince luxury group and founder of Prince omoha foundation.

Omoha Nduka was born in the city of abakaliki on 3 September 1995, he hails from umuebe ezzamgbo in Ohaukwu local government area of Ebonyi state, Nigeria.

He did his primary and secondary school both in ebonyi and proceeded to ebonyi state university where he obtained a bachelors degree in political science.

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Omoha’s persistence and strong desire for success had made him started a recharge card business while studying at the age of 14.

The turning point in his life was between 2010 to 2011 when he visited his elder brother in Lagos. After two time visits he decided to join his brother in his business where he made a substantial savings and ventured into mining business. Everything moved into greater heights after he got his first million dollar contract with a Chinese company to supplied mineral stones.

Thereafter he traveled to Hong Kong for business and later returned back to Nigeria and established Prince Luxury Group in 2016 which has now become one of the fattest growing company in real estate sector, his company specialises in Morden residential Homes in Lagos, Abuja and other parts of the country.

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Prince Omoha as famously called is a philanthropist who uses his platform “Prince Omoha foundation” to supports young entrepreneurs in Nigeria and Africa and as well the less privileges in Nigeria.

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Omoha Nduka is rated as one of the young richest and most influential real estate entrepreneur in Nigeria with an estimated net worth between $4.3million to $5 million US dollars as of October 2020 according to Forbes and Bloomberg latest index’s

He was recently nominated by Forbes Africa 30 under 30 class of 2021.

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