Kechi Okwuchi Net Worth, Bio, Education, Her Story, History, Life Story, Sister

Kechi Okwuchi Net Worth, Bio, Education, Her Story, History, Life Story, Sister

Facts about Kechi Okwuchi

Net Worth  $1 million
Salary  Over $100 thousand annually
Income Source  Singer and motivational speaker
Birthday  October 29, 1989
Education (High School and College)  Loyola Jesuit College and University of Saint Thomas
Parents  Mike Okwuchi (Father) and Ijeoma Okwuchi (Mother)
Sister  Zitara Okwuchi
Height  5 ft 9 inches
Weight  78 kg
Nationality  American and Nigerian
Ethnicity  Igbo
Residence  Houston, Texas, United States and Nigeria

Kechi Okwuchi Biography and Life Story

Kechi Okwuchi is a Nigerian-American singer and motivational speaker. She was born on October 29, 1989 in Orlu, Imo State, Nigeria. She was born to her parents named Mike Okwuchi (Father) and Ijeoma Okwuchi (Mother). She grew up with a younger sister named Zitara Okwuchi.

Kechi Okwuchi Net Worth

Kechi Okwuchi net worth is estimated to be $1 million. She earns over $100 thousand as salary annually. Her net worth and salary amassed due to the success in her career as a singer and motivational speaker.

Kechi Okwuchi Career and Plane Crash  

Kechi Okwuchi rose to limelight when she appeared as a contestant on the American talent show competition America’s Got Talent in 2019. She reached the finals on the American Got Talent show but she couldn’t make it to the final 5. Due to her performance of Ed Sheeran’s Thinking Out Loud, she got a standing ovation. Okwuchi was one of the two survivors of the Sosoliso Airline Flight 1145 crash on December 10, 2005 which claimed 107 lives and 60 of the deceased were her school mates from Loyola Jesuit College. She received third degree burns over 65% of her body and was given 30% chance of survival. After the Plane crash, she was admitted to Milpark Hospital in Johannesburg, South Africa and was later transferred to Shriners Hospital for Children in Galveston, Texas, United States where she has undergone over hundred reconstructive surgeries.

Over the years, Okwuchi has shared her life story and history at TedxEuston. She has also spoken at Universities and public places like University of Houston, Bethel College, Eastside Community College, Weber High School and at many other events.

Kechi Okwuchi Education (High School and College)

Kechi Okwuchi studied at Loyola Jesuit College. She also attended University of Saint Thomas in Houston, Texas, United States, where she graduated with a first class degree on May 16, 2015. She also earned her MBA in Economics from University of Saint Thomas.

Kechi Okwuchi Parents

Kechi Okwuchi was born to her parents named Mike Okwuchi (Father) and Ijeoma Okwuchi (Mother). Her mother Ijeoma Okwuchi is a Nigerian publisher and some of her books include; Refined for Birth in 2012 and Refined for Service.

Kechi Okwuchi Siblings

Kechi Okwuchi grew up with a younger sister named Zitara Okwuchi. She was born in 2000 and she studied at Dawson High School.

Kechi Okwuchi Residence

Kechi Okwuchi resides in Houston, Texas, United States and Nigeria.

Kechi Okwuchi Personal Life

Kechi Okwuchi hasn’t revealed much of her personal life to the public and therefore information regarding her boyfriend or husband is unknown.

Kechi Okwuchi Height and Weight

Kechi Okwuchi stands at a height of 5 ft 9 inches. She weighs 78 kg.

Kechi Okwuchi Nationality and Ethnicity

Kechi Okwuchi is of American and Nigerian nationality. She is an Igbo by ethnicity and descent.

Social Media Presence

Okwuchi has over 400 thousand Instagram followers, over 50 thousand Twitter followers, over 300 thousand Facebook followers and she is also active on other social media networks.

Controversies, rumours and legal issues

Since becoming well known as a singer, Okwuchi hasn’t been linked to any known controversy, rumours and legal issues.

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