Uche Pedro’s Net Worth in 2020

Uche Pedro Net Worth

Uche Pedro’s Net Worth

Uche Eze Pedro is a Nigerian blogger and entrepreneur with an estimated net worth of $10 million dollars.

She earns from her blog, BellaNaija through adverts, sponsored posts and other deals.

BellaNaija’s Uche Pedro is also an entrepreneur, she’s got a couple channels of income as she gets business offers and deals.

Uche Pedro is a Nigerian writer, blogger, entrepreneur and social media expert.

She’s the founder of a top blog in Nigeria, BellaNaija. The blog is extremely popular in Nigeria, and it’s one of the┬ámost visited blogs in Nigeria.

Uche Pedro is one of Nigeria’s richest bloggers, and was listed as a top 30 most promising young African entrepreneur by Forbes in 2014.

The Nigerian blogger, Uche Eze was given birth to in Nigeria.

She also schooled and rounded off her primary and secondary school education in Nigeria before she travelled out of the country to Canada.

There in Canada, she studied Business Administration at the University of Western Ontario.

While she studied at the University in Canada, an idea to start BellaNaija hit her.

She started the blog in July 2006, and began blogging as a hobby.

Uche loved the things she saw in Nigeria whenever she visited the country on holidays.

The music, fashion, business and lifestyle in the country sat at a growing pace.

This gave her the idea to start up something online that would represent and present this buzz in the country.

Uche Eze began scanning and publishing articles and pictures from magazines, fashionista interviews, political events, and trends in the country.

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Soon enough, BellaNaija started getting over a million visits each month.

She couldn’t help but reveal herself as the mastermind of the platform. BellaNaija now gets to the eyes of several million readers per month.

It’s a powerful blog about lifestyle, wedding, celebrity & political news, and lifestyle.

Not only Nigerians makeup the readership of BellaNaija, people from other African states, and even the Americans and Europeans read the blog.

Uche Eze isn’t the sole administrator of the blog now, she’s got a team of professional writers updating the blog several with fashion, news, wedding, lifestyle, and music content on a daily basis.

It has grown beyond being just a blog now – it’s a household name and a formidable media brand in Nigeria with reporters and writers.

In 2010, Uche Pedro featured alongside Lisa Ling and Jessica Simpson on “Beauty Around the World” – an Oprah Winfrey show.

Uche Eze as an entrepreneur and blogger has won multiple awards for her contribution to fashion communication and her achievements as an entrepreneur.

She’s deemed one of the most successful bloggers in Nigeria today.

Uche Pedro has not signed a major endorsement deal yet, but her blog is house to several direct adverts and sponsored adverts in form of blog posts.

She also uses the blog as a platform for social activism.

Uche Pedro is married to a very prominent man, Bode Pedro. He’s the son of Femi Pedro, an ex deputy governor of Lagos state.

They both have two beautiful kids; a set of twins delivered in 2015.

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Reflections from #Goalkeepers19 for my fellow ­čĄôs While at #Goalkeepers, I spoke to Goalkeepers advisory board member Angel Adelaja @missadelaja and she shared how her work in the agriculture space brings communities together with technology to strengthen the value chain. She uses grassroots campaigns, technology and innovation to assist youth and women with the mission of achieving Global Goal Number 2 – Zero Hunger, Global Goal 5 – Gender Inequality and Global Goal 8 – Decent Work and Economic Growth. Connecting with the same theme, Amanda De Souza's session on the transformative potential of cassava struck me with its insights. She shared that this crop that's widely grown in Nigeria, has the potential to sustain over 500 million people in Sub-Saharan Africa, yet has been largely ignored by research and development. "..For women, who represent a majority of smallholder farmers, cassava is a savings account. It is a resource they can harvest all year to pay for things like medical treatments and their children's school fees." It was literally food for thought about the abundance of resources that we can leverage to make the world a better place for all. Based on this, I'll be reflecting on what more my work can do towards the goals of reducing gender inequality and providing decent work to fuel economic growth. Beyond insights from global leaders, I learned this from the Goalkeepers – we can all make a positive impact in our own ways. No effort is too small or insignificant. I encourage you to read the Goalkeepers 2019 report focused on Examining Inequality via https://gatesfoundation.org/goalkeepers and then find out all about the Global Goals – Which Global Goal can you impact with your life and work? Thank you for following my #Goalkeepers19 journey in New York and special thanks to @iskra @seanfreestyle @anitanderu @shantijoantan #XuYunyun for being the best squad to experience this with. In case you missed it, click the hashtag #Goalkeepers19 to find out more.

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