Traffic to My Blog Comes More From USA, Britain And London; People In Nigeria Don’t Really Visit My Site she added. In a chat with her on our weekly programme “Personality of the week” she expressed her success so far in the Industry, how she began and the height she has attained since she started.
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Ikeji was born and raised in a Catholic family from Nkwerre, Imo State. She is the second child. Linda began to express her hobby in writing at the age of 10. Determined to make it in life, she put herself out at the age of 17. She finished secondary school at the age of 17 and, at 18, enrolled at the University of Lagos, where she studied English Language.
To assist her family and support herself through school, she had part-time jobs as a waitress, model and writer. Ikeji graduated from the University in 2004. In 2006, she started blogging as a hobby. At that time, the internet was not as pronounced in Nigeria and she had to make her posts at a cybercafe
In August 2012, Forbes Africa dedicated itself to celebrating African women that month’s issue. 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.
Linda Ikeji was the biggest Google Search trend in Nigeria for 2014. The name Linda Ikeji was the most searched item by users of Google in Nigeria
Ikeji was interviewed by BBC on their Focus on Africa programme. The interview aired on 25 September 2012.
Ikeji runs a non-profit project themed I’d rather be self made; No thanks. In her interview with the press, 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. She gave out the sum of NGN10,000,000 in the Phase 1 of the project. She announced the commencement of Phase 2 of the Project via her Instagram account.