Among all her enjoyments, she is rather known for her blogging activities. She is presently 36 years of age, and she originates from Nkwerre, Imo State, Nigeria. She enrolled in the University of Lagos when she was 18 years old where she studied the English Language. She had to visit cybercafé to make her posts since the ternet was not as prominent in Nigeria as it is today. Both her parents were poor, and she had to sponsor her education most of the way.
It looks like even Linda Ikeji cannot say specifically how much she is worth.
She expressed surprise when she was told once that her blog is worth $1.2 million and that was in 2012.
Be that as it may, these gifts she bought for parents and other family members give an indication of how very rich this lady must be.
The figures we arrived at here are based on the current verifiable advert rate on her blog as well as Ad Sense revenue coming her way.
In that issue, Forbes profiled Africa's 20 Most Prominent Women and the issue featured profiles on two young Nigerian women: Linda Ikeji, as well as Chibundu Onuzo.
Ikeji's blog was shut down on 8 October 2014, but restored on 10 October 2014 around midnight by Google for undisclosed reasons.
Ikeji runs a non-profit project themed "I'd rather be self made; No thanks".
In her interview with Hip TV, she revealed that through the project, she assists young girls aged 16–25 who have great business ideas and are willing to venture into entrepreneurship.
In total, Linda Ikeji makes up to N19.5 million from adverts on her blog on a monthly basis.