7 Nigerian Celebrities Who Are Citizens Of Other Countries By Birth

Dual citizenship simply means being a citizen of more that one country, either by birth or other means. In Nigeria, we have so many celebrities who are citizens of other countriess by birth.

In this article, we will be discussing 7 Nigerian Celebrities who are citizens of others countries by birth

01: Jim Iyke

James Ikechukwu Esomugha is Professional Nigerian Actor and Television Personality who is commonly called Jim Iyke.

Jim Iyke was born on the 25th of September in 1976 in Libreville, Gabon. He is a citizen of Gabon by birth.

See stunning photos of Jim Iyke

02: Oge Okoye

Oge Okoye is a very Influential Actress and Television Personality. She was born on 16th of November in 1980 in London, United Kingdom.

Oge Okoye is a citizen of UK by birth

See stunning photos of Oge Okoye

03: David Adedeji Adeleke

David Adedeji Adeleke is a professional Singer, Songwriter and Television Personality who is commonly called David. He was born on November 21st in 1992 in Atlanta Georgia, United States

He is a citizen by birth in the united States of America.

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04: Banky Wellington

Olubankola Wellington is a talented Singer, Songwriter and Rapper who is commonly called Banky W. He was born on March 27th, 1981in New York, United States.

He is a citizen by birth of the United States

See stunning photos of Banky W.

05: Seyi Shay

Deborah Oluwaseyi Joshua is a professional Songwriter, Singer and Actress who is commonly called Seyi Shay. She was born on December 21st, 1985.

Seyi Shay  was born Tottenham, London, United Kingdom

See Adorable photos of Seyi Shay



06: Zack Orji

Zachee Ama Orji is a professional Nollywood Actor, Director and Television Personality who is commonly called Zack Orji. He was born in Libreville, Gabon.

He is a citizen by birth of Gabon

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  1. Junk journalism is the biggest thing that undermines a publication.
    How can one be an American citizen and having a British union jack attached to his or her photo? Some many times, I blame the ASUU strikes in producing so much quacks in Nigeria. Quack Doctors, Journalists, Politicians, Police, Custom Agents, and even Lecturers. Signs of a failing society.

    • I sincerely wish i can Reply you Directly but unfortunately you did not drop a means to do that. Please stop discrediting people’s effort unnecessarily

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