She is richer than most Nigerian celebrities, she is independent, wealthy and business-minded, at her wedding Cars and iPhones were shared as souvenirs to guests. Even though her marriage crashed that did not stop her from cashing out.
Meet Ehizogie Ogbebor a Nigerian woman whose expensive lifestyle has quickly caught the attention of many.
On June 15th, 2020 Ogbebor showed off her impressive seven-bedroom white and gold plated mansion which she built for her 35th birthday, she also gladly disclosed that the magnificent building was completed in the space of 1 year and 6 months.
While some Nigerian congratulated her impressive efforts others questioned the source of her wealth.
So how did she become a millionaire?
Born on the 15th June 1985, Ehizogie Ogbebor grew up in Edo state and attended Ambrose Alli University, she the founder and CEO of Sayaveth Interiors and Hotels one of Nigeria's biggest luxury interior designing companies.
She is popularly known for the business prowess she possesses having left an insurance job to invest in a business predominate by men, she started with basic house finishing until she expanded to furnishing and luxury.
Ehizogie Ogbebor first shot to limelight in 2017 after her wedding to a billionaire Ken Bramor, the extravagant nuptial trended on social media on account of its sheer opulence and grand scale.
The highlight of the wedding was when the couple presented to Toyota Camry cars as souvenirs to lucky winners of a raffle draw at the traditional wedding reception while other guests received iPhone 10 as well.
She got married to her oil and gas magnate husband Chief Kenneth Bramor, she came in as his third wife but immediately became the number one person in the heart of her wealthy husband by virtue of her exposure and prominent personage.
She was a social media sensation who enjoyed so much of the notoriety that Instagram brought her way. The graduate of Biochemistry from Ambrose Alli University remarried after being divorced for a whole decade.
She met her husband-to-be then at her interior company in 2015 and one thing led to another and they both fell in love with each other.
A lot of controversies surrounded Ogbebors' marriage she sealed her union with Kenneth Bramor after divorce from her first husband of 10 years with whom she had two kids.
Their expensive and lavish wedding was attended by the most influential men and women in Nigeria including former senator Dino Melaye. Their union was blessed with two kids Abu Air and Kenneth.But to the utmost surprise of everyone eight after her second marriage, Ehizogie Ogbebor filed for divorce again describing her marriage as a curse and spewing grave scandals about her husband.
She labeled him as a cultist and serial husband during an interview she had with Stella Dimoko according to her Ken got engaged to another lady by the name Shirley whom she said he was dating before he got married to her.
She also claimed her ex-husband tried to kill her child Abu Air but failed. She went further to accuse the billionaire of getting engaged to other women, up to six of them, whom he has up to ten children with.
On his part Ken said he divorced Ehizogie Ogbebor on grounds of infidelity he alleged that she was still sleeping with her boyfriend Richard popularly known as Dukes of Spade.
Ehizogie Ogbebor is best described as a business Amazon she runs a thriving interior and hospitality firm 'Sayaveth Interiors and Hotels' that stands as one of the most popular in Nigeria.
In fact, she recently completed her million-dollar mansion which she celebrated during her 35th birthday, other facts, Ehizogie Ogbebor did not start building her business pyramid in one day.
Before going to interior design business she was a beauty queen and a marketer for an insurance company for eight years, her marketing insurance job fetched her a car worth 8 million even when her bosses were using official cars.
She channeled her skill in business and secured her first contract in 2011 the project was to fix curtains for a client in Imo State but it didn't yield much profit but she learned from the experience.
She also into a joint brokering business which she later untethered from the following advice from her bank account manager. The name 'Sayaveth' according to her is a name she coined from a cartoon TV show.
Her big break was when she landed a job to furnish a four thousand meter square building owned by an undisclosed Nigerian senator. In addition to her interior decoration business, she became a hotelier.
Her hotel served as another source of income but as a demo and accommodation for clients who came to see her previous furnishing works.
Even though her story is filled with broken pieces, bad decisions, and some ugly truths she believes that it is also filled with a major comeback piece for her soul and the grace that saved her life.
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