Banana Island is a popular tourist destination in Lagos State. This is the area where the most expensive houses in Nigeria can be found. Many billionaire Nigerian politicians, businessmen, and celebrities owned multi-million naira mansions in this area. Not all celebrities can afford to buy a home in this pricey neighborhood.
We should honor some of our female celebrities who have worked hard to become homeowners in this expensive area. In this article, I will share with you two female celebrities who allegedly owned multi-million naira mansions in Banana Island, Lagos State.
1. Linda Ikeji
Linda Ifeoma Ikeji, popularly known as ‘Linda Ikeji’ is a popular Nigerian blogger, writer, entrepreneur, and former model. She started blogging in 2006, and she is now one of the most successful bloggers in Nigeria.
In 2015, Pulse.ng reported that Linda Ikeji bought a new mansion in Banana Island, and it worth over 450 million naira
Photos: Linda Ikeji inside her mansion
2. Tayo Sobola
Another female celebrity who allegedly owned a mansion in Banana Island is a popular Yoruba actress, Tayo Sobola. She's one of the most successful Nollywood actresses.
In July 2021, Kemifilani. ng reported that actress Tayo Sobola allegedly bought a mansion in the Banana Island, Lagos. Her colleague in the industry, Kudirat Morenikeji also shared the video on Instagram, and congratulated her below the video.
Photo: Tayo Sobola inside her mansion
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