Bovi Biography & Net Worth (2024)

Bovi’s current net worth estimate, career, wife, endorsement deals and how much he makes per show is what this post seeks to explain.

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Popular Nigerian comedian Bovi’s real name is Abovi Ugboma. He was born on March 25, 1979 in Benin City. He is a native of Delta State. Bovi career started in March 2007 when he starred in the very popular show, a sitcom titled Extended Family, which he produced, wrote, and packaged.

By the year 2008, Bovi was leading comedy shows and events all across Nigeria. He has even featured in the popular Nite of a thousand Laughs organized by Opa Williams. Bovi has worked alongside other Nigerian comedians such as I Go Dye , I Go Save, Basketmouth , Buchi , Odogwu, Okey Bakassi, Julius Agwu and others.

Net Worth

Since his rise to fame, Bovi’s net worth is estimated to be over the N2 billion mark currently considering the assets he has acquired, the endorsements, the shows he’s participated in etc. His comedy shows is said to be earning him millions of Naira annually.

Personal Life

The successful Nigerian comedian is married to Kris Asimonye Ugboma and they are blessed with two children, David and Elena Ugboma. He is social in nature who has surpassed a lot of his colleagues who ventured into the comedy business before him.

How Much Bovi Charges Per Show

He is also on the list of the richest comedians in Nigeria at the moment. It is believed that he charges from N2 million naira per show and above since he is no longer an upcoming comedian. Most of Bovi’s recent comedies can be watched on YouTube.

Endorsement deals

The multi award winning popular celebrity has racked mouth watering deals that suits his status. Some of Bovi’s endorsement deals includes being an ambassador for Globacom Nigeria, Diamond bank among others.

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Oluchi Chukwu

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