Who is Noble Igwe?
Noble Igwe is mostly recognized as a blogger, social media influencer, celebrity stylist, and business enthusiast in the fashion industry in Nigeria. In 2009, Noble launched 360nobs, his entertainment website. As of 2023, he has an estimated net worth of
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Noble Chibuzor Igwe, better known by his stage name Nobs, was born on February 10, 1982 in Aba, which is located in Abia State, Nigeria. It was in Umuomaku, in the Orumba South local government area of Anambra State, that his parents, Sir Herbert and Lady Charity Igwe, gave birth to him.
For his formal education, he went to the National High School in Aba, the St. Augustine’s Anglican Seminary in Nbawsi, and the Federal Government College in Okigwe. After finishing his elementary and secondary schooling, he went on to complete his education at the University of Nigeria in Nsukka, where he earned a degree in the Department of Urban and Regional Planning. In addition to that, he graduated from Pan Africa University with a certificate in business management specializing in entrepreneurship.
Age and Birthday
Blogger Noble Igwe was born in Nigeria on February 10th, 1979. In February, he turned 44.
Noble Igwe married Chioma Otisi. He Noble Igwe and his wife welcomed their first child, a female, in January 2017, around six months after their wedding in June 2016. Jasmine was the name they chose for their first child. His second kid, a beautiful girl called Eliana, arrived two years later. Noble Igwe and his wife have since spent their time raising their two lovely daughters.
Noble Igwe, in addition to his businesses, serves as an ambassador for several major brands in the country. These paid ambassadorship opportunities provide the blogger and fashionista with an additional source of income.
As of 2023, Noble Igwe’s net worth is estimated to be between $2 million.
Noble Igwe’s professional career began nearly immediately after completing his NYSC training in 2005. The young man began his career with Virgin Nigeria Airways as a customer service officer after applying for a position he saw posted on a Punch newspaper page.
He worked for Virgin Nigeria Airways for three years until leaving in 2008. His path away from the aviation industry led him to the advertising profession. His first position in the industry was with the advertising firm 141Worldwide, where he stayed until 2011.
Throughout his time with Virgin Nigeria Airlines and 141Worldwide, he gained valuable knowledge that he used when deciding to strike out on his own. He dabbled in public relations and creative promotion, landing his first gigs with SWE Bar and even the Dbanj and Don Jazzy-led music group, Mo’Hits.
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