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Ivie Emiko (Olu of Warri Wife) Biography

Ivie Emiko is the wife to the current Olu of Warri – Prince Tsola Emiko aka Prince Utieyinoritsetsola Emiko (Atuwatse III) Her husband is the 21st Olu of Warri.

Mrs Ivie Uhunoma Emiko is the daughter of Captain Hosa Okunbo(retd), a billionaire businessman, Nigerian business magnate, investor, philanthropist, and trained commercial pilot who died on August 8, 2021.

Ivie Emiko
NameIvie Emiko nee Okunbo
HusbandPrince Emiko (Olu of Warri)
Net worth$4 million
FatherHosa Okunbo
Profession/OccupationLawyer, Pastor
ChildrenOritsetsemiaye, Oritsetemisan, and Oritsetimeyin Emiko
State of OriginEdo state, now Delta state after marriage

Ivie Emiko (Olu of Warri Wife) Education

Ivie Emiko studied in the United Kingdom. She first studied at St Lawrence College, Ramsgate Kent; before she proceeded to study at The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). She is a Lawyer by profession.

Ivie Emiko (Olu of Warri Wife) Children

Ivie Emikohas three (3) children with her husband the Olu of Warri – Their names are; Oritsetsemiaye, Oritsetemisan, and Oritsetimeyin Emiko.

Ivie Emiko (Olu of Warri Wife) Husband

Ivie Emiko’s husband is Prince Emiko. He is the current Olu of Warri. They got married in the United Kingdom in 2014.

Ivie Emiko

Prince Emiko was born in Warri on April 2, 1984, to Prince Godwin Toritseju Emiko and Gladys Durorike Emiko, the late Ogiame Atuwatse II.
The Olu designate is the creator of Noble Nigeria Ltd. and Coral Curator Ltd., as well as a serial entrepreneur. He serves as Chairman of Ocean Marine Security Ltd., as well as Director of Gulf of Guinea Ltd. and Vessel Link Big. Ltd.

Ivie Emiko Father

Ivie Emiko’s father is Capt Hosa Okunbo (a billionaire). Hosa Wells Okunbo  (born 7 January 1958, died 8 August 2021) was a Nigerian business entrepreneur, businessman, philanthropist, and skilled commercial pilot who died on August 8, 2021. He is a Nigerian Billionaire.

Before his death in 2021, Captain Hosa Okunbo had a net worth of $75 million. He was a Nigerian billionaire and made most of his money from investments in the oil and gas sector, maritime industry and other business ventures.

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