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Faithia Balogun

Biography, Age, Husband, Parents, Children, Net Worth, House, Cars, Movies, Education & State Of Origin

Faithia Balogun Basic Information

Stage Name: Faithia Balogun
Real Name: Faithia Williams Balogun
Occupation: Actor, Filmmaker, Producer, Director
Date Of Birth/Age: 5 February 1969 (55) Years Old
Place of Birth: Ikeja, Lagos State, Nigeria
Gender: Female
Nationality: Nigerian
Marital Status: Divorced
Education: Olabisi Onabanjo University

Kwara State Polytechnic

Height: N/A
Net Worth: $400K

Faithia Balogun Biography

Faithia Williams Balogun, a Nigerian actress, producer, and director, was born on February 5, 1969. Faithia, from the Delta state, was born in Ikeja to a nine-member polygamous household. Faithia went to Maryland Primary School and Maryland Comprehensive Secondary School in Lagos state.

The Maryland Comprehensive Secondary School is where she received her West African School Certificate. She then pursued a diploma certificate at the Kwara State Polytechnic. Faithia was admitted to Olabisi Onabanjo University in 2016 to pursue a degree in film.

Faithia Balogun, Yours Truly, People, March 1, 2024

Family

Parents

Fathia’s parents are Mr. and Mrs. Williams, and she was raised in a polygamous household. Information regarding the actress’s parents is scarce.

Siblings

Arike Josephine Williams, Stella Williams, and Charles Williams are Faithia’s siblings.

Husband

New Husband

The actress is not married to a new man. She used to be Saheed Balogun’s wife.

Ex-husband

Saheed is a seasoned actor, producer, director, and filmmaker from Nigeria. The first husband of Fathia Balogun has appeared in Modupe Temi, Family on Fire, Don’t Get Angry Get Event, and Third Party. The wedding occurred on September 7, 2000, at the Ikorodu Marriage Registry in Lagos, Nigeria. Before the divorce, the marriage lasted for almost 14 years. In November 2017, the divorce became legally binding. She has two kids from her relationship with the veteran Nigerian filmmaker.

Faithia Balogun, Yours Truly, People, March 1, 2024

Children

Khalid Balogun (son) is Faithia Balogun’s first child, while Aaliyah Balogun is her second child (daughter). However, information concerning Fathia Balogun’s children, such as their birth dates, current ages, and whereabouts, is unknown to the public.

Faithia Balogun, Yours Truly, People, March 1, 2024

Lifestyle

Net Worth

Faithia Balogun is regarded as one of Nigeria’s most prominent film stars. She made a fortune by playing minor and significant roles in various Nollywood films. Some of her movies were released in theaters across the country. Faithia Balogun Williams is estimated to be valued at around $400,000, according to sources. She is the proprietor of House of Faiteer, a beauty and wine shop in Abeokuta, Ogun State’s capital. She also serves as a brand ambassador for Adron Homes, a real estate firm, and Osedudu special skincare. Suru Group backed her in a transaction for roughly $10 million. Faithia Balogun also runs an NGO through which she gives back to the community.

Cars

For her birthday celebration, Faithia Balogun was presented with a Chevy SUV. A real estate firm named Kayode Obembe gave her a brand-new automobile as part of her ambassadorship agreements. Faithia Balogun’s fleet of vehicles includes a stunning Range Rover SUV, a Hyundai Saloon, and perhaps more.

House

Where the actress lives or the number of houses she owns, is not available to the public.

Movies

Faithia has starred in several movies, including Farayola, Aje Metta 1 and 2, Teni Teka, Awawu, Oma Ale, Adakeja, Eku Eda, My woman, The Market place and many more, some directed by her.

Education

Fathia Balogun Williams went to Maryland Primary School and Maryland Comprehensive Secondary School in Lagos State, respectively, for her secondary education. She then went on to Kwara State Polytechnic, where she graduated with a diploma certificate.

State Of Origin

Although she was born in Ikeja, Faithia Williams is of Delta State origin. Nigeria’s South-South geopolitical zone is the state of Delta State. The state, primarily within it and bears its name, was created on August 27, 1991, out of the former Bendel State. Bayelsa State shares a border with Edo State to the north, Anambra and Rivers States to the east and Anambra and Rivers States to the south. The Bight of Benin, which occupies about 160 kilometers of the state’s coastline, is to the west.

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