Former Big Brother Naija housemate, Oluwabusayo Victoria Abiri, popularly known as Khloe, has excitedly reacted to the honour bestowed upon her by the prestigious American magazine, Forbes.
Khloe wrote a lengthy post on her Instagram page where she shared her happiness and satisfaction for making the list.
She continued by expressing her gratitude to her loved ones, her colleagues, and the esteemed publication.
Khloe has accomplished a lot since leaving BBNaija, establishing herself as a media personality, brand influencer, and even a company owner— she runs a cosmetics and clothing store.
Therefore, it is not surprising that Forbes, acknowledged her hard work.
The list also features Tems, Ayra Starr, Asisat Oshoala, amongst others.
”Thank you @forbes @forbesafrica for recognizing me on your 2023 Forbes 30 Under 30 Africa List! COVER STORY BABY! As an African woman, I am proud to have established a business that is innovative, meaningful, fruitful and rewarding to my community and beyond. Building a business from the ground up is no easy task, as we fight many systemic barriers that are often ingrained challenges. I am proud to be able to add to the economy and greater good of Nigeria and Africa alike with my businesses @kokobykhloe_beauty and @kokobykhloe_fashion! I am honored to be recognized alongside some of Africa’s brightest young entrepreneurs and change-makers. Thank you to all the amazing supporters who have poured love into my brands over the years! I’m blessed to have shared this journey with you all!”