Currently, Mary Remmy Njoku is the wife of Jason Njoku, Iroko TV’s founder and Chief Executive Officer. On August 18, 2012, she married Jason Njoku in Festac, Lagos, Nigeria. She and her husband, Jason Njoku, welcomed their first son, Jason Obinna Njoku, on 30 July 2013. Mary Remmy Njoku and her husband, Jason Njoku, welcomed their second child, Nwakaego Annabel Njoku, on 24 August 2015.
She was born and raised in Mile 2 Estate, Amuwo Odofin, Festac, Lagos State, Nigeria, where she received her First School Leaving Certificate and completed her elementary school education. Mary Remmy Njoku attended Amuwo Odofin High School and Navy Town Secondary School, both in Lagos State, Nigeria, after completing her primary school education, and received her West African Senior School Certificate. She has a computer science certificate as well.
In the late 2000s, Sheu entered the Nigerian movie industry (Nollywood) and made her acting debut with Chioma Chukwuka Akpotha in the film “Home Sickness.” After acting in the Nollywood hit film “Blackberry Babes,” Mary Remmy Njoku rose to fame, a film that took her to the limelight and gave her a lot of advantage in Nollywood. Along with other top Nollywood actors, she stars mainly in romantic movies.
In 2011, in Damaturu, Yobe State, in the northern part of Nigeria, Mary Remmy Njoku lost her niece, Eucharia Remmy, who was killed by Boko Haram while undergoing her mandatory one-year national youth service.
She is currently married to Jason Njoku, the Iroko TV manager, and her marriage is currently blessed by two lovely children. In May 2013, “SPARK” was founded by Mary Remmy Njoku, her husband Jason Njoku and Bastian Gotter as a $2 million company to fund aspiring Nigerian tech and Internet entrepreneurs.
ROK Studios, Iroko’s film studio and entertainment brand, which is a leading African film and TV studio and production house located in Lagos, Nigeria, was launched by Mary Remmy Njoku and her husband Jason Njoku in 2013.
Rok Studios launched a brand new Nollywood channel on the UK’s Sky TV channel 344 on 29 September 2016. ROK was released across Africa on the DSTV network on 1 November 2016, bringing exciting original content to 52 countries, 24 hours a day and seven days a week.
She was nominated for The Futures Awards and Best Screen Producer for the EbonyLife Prize in 2016. She has appeared in over 100 movies in Nollywood, including Vital Reality, Hand of Fate, Past Sins, Blackberry Babes, Home Sickness, etc.
On their wedding day, She and her husband Jason Njoku had a grand celebration with many Nollywood celebrities and key Nigerian entertainment players attending. Her wedding ceremony took place in Lagos, Nigeria at the Golden Tulip Hotel and was anchored as the ceremony master by Nollywood comic actor Charles Inojie.
Several movie and music industry players, such as Mercy Aigbe, Emem Isong, Oge Okoye, Mercy Johnson, 2Shotz, among many others, attended the wedding ceremony. About two years ago, the pair met and were engaged for the past six months before eventually settling on 18 August 2012.
With an estimated net worth of $500,000, Mary Remmy Njoku is one of the wealthiest and most successful actresses in Nigeria at the moment.
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