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The 20 richest Nigerian actresses and their net worth – See who is #1 (+Photos)

6. MERCY JOHNSON – $850,000 – ₦170 MILLION


Mama Purity herself!

She’s One of those popular Nollywood Actresses without an endorsement deal.

The actress in 2014 said ‘Scarcity of Endorsement Deals Doesn’t bother her.

Mercy reveals she got into the Nigerian movie industry (Nollywood) because she failed her University entrance examinations.

The happily married mother of two has appeared in over 60 movies. Mercy has revealed that growing up was tough and had difficulties paying her school fees most times. She also reveals that she worked as a housemaid to survive.

She was one of the inaugural winners at the Africa Magic Viewers Choice Awards 2013 for her role in the comedy film “Dumebi the Dirty Girl”.

Mercy is arguably Nollywood’s Highest paying actress. Few years back, the Film and Video Producers and Marketers Association of Nigeria (FVPMAN) threatened to ban the actress for allegedly becoming exorbitant with her fees, which have shot up as high up as N2 million for a movie role.

Mercy Johnson and her husband Prince Odi Okojie in 2013 moved from their Omole estate home to a massive new home in Ajah, Lagos. The multimillion naira 6-bedroom duplex has a roofed car park, a swimming pool, well equipped gym, bar, terrace, a pent house and boys-quarters at the back.

Mercy Johnson's Mansion - Photo By Linda ikeji


Mercy Johnson has so many vehicles, but she said that her best is the car she received as a gift from her husband when she had her first baby.

It is a brand new Lexus SUV which is worth N16m. Before her marriage to Prince Okojie, MJ had properties undisclosed, but enjoys her life living with her husband in their beautiful duplex in Lekki, Lagos.

Mercy Johnson Net worth is: $850,000 – ₦170 million



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