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This IGBO MAN went to the United States of America as a REFUGEE, but became a BILLIONAIRE doing this

SheyiTobi 06/29/2020

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This IGBO MAN went to the United States of America as a REFUGEE, but became a BILLIONAIRE doing this.

By the time the Nigerian-Biafran was started, most families had fled their houses to seek refuge in another place, region or country.

The Nigerian-Biafran war started in late 1967, an estimated two million children lost their lives, some were displaced, while others fled to another region to as refugees.

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This is the case of this popular Igbo man, who went to the United Statea of America at the tender age of five years, as a refugee an a beggar, but today, a billionaire, yes, a billionaire and he is Floyd ‘Money Man’ Mayweather's number one car saler.

His mother had fled Nigeria due to the Nigerian-Biafran war, also known as the Civil war, which started in 1967.

Obi Okeke and his mother left Nigeria, while his father state back to fight in the war. Obi's mother was an American from Ohio, wh got married to Okeke's father, a Nigerian.

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After the war Okeke returned to Nigeria, stayed for a few years before he heads to the Switzerland for his high school, it was during his days at at school that h discovered hi love for automobile (supercars).

At a young age of twenty one years, Okeke conducted the first of many car deals he'd close in his career. He bought a BMW 323i Alpina and was able to sell it for a profit of almost four times the amount he bought the car.

That transaction was the encouragement that Okeke needed to begin what would be the biggest automobile company in the United State of America.

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Today, boxing legend, Floyd ‘Money Man’ Mayweather is one of his customers and has bought as much as 40 luxury cars, worth millions of dollars from Okek.

Mayweather loves to buy cars like most of us buy toiletries. As a matter of facts, the money man buys cars every week and can buy a dozen at a go. And the man handed the responsibility of trying to satisfy the “Money Man’s” incredible desire for automobiles is none other than the amazing Igbo man called, Obi Okeke, a co-founder of Fusion Luxury Motors.

Obi Okeke has sold cars to the likes of Arnold Schwarzebegga, Jessica Simpson, Ellen DeGeneres, Chris Tucker and many other celebrities. Obi Okeke also known as the Bugatti Doctor started his career in 1987.

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I decided to write this article today being Monday with the hope that it would inspire some if not all my readers.

Irrespective of what this Coron must have caused, or what you must have lost due to this cornona or due to any other thing, you can still crawl, walk and even fly.

So, do not be broken, your divine arrangement is on it way, pick up yourself and start over again, remember, when there is life..there is plenty of hope!

God is with you.

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Top Comments
princess-Pere · 06/30/2020
Igboz are wealth cheaters,learn from them or u remain in darkness, am not igbo but a social traveler.
YoungSirwhite · 06/29/2020
God am begging you everyday for you to remember me for good and bless me more 🙏🙏🙏
PrinceChinua · 06/30/2020
it can only be God. what about those children who lost thier parents and are taken to another country by amnesty international,what about those children who died of kwashioko and life cut short,what about those children who where eaten by wild animals while they were running for safety in bushes,the pain in the hearth of a true igbo man against this useless nation can not be forgotten only in God we trust.
MartinMadu · 06/30/2020
I love your articles because it inspires a lot. I believe in the word that says 'when there is life there is hope'. God bless you.

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