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KOKO’s 2022 Best Female Influencers: BBNaija Maria Handles Influencing Like A Goddess, No Cap

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Maria Chike Benjamin was born into the family of Mr and Mrs Benjamin Agueze on the 3rd of May, 1992 and hails from Imo state. This fair belle is a famous reality TV star, former air hostess, entrepreneur, social media influencer, and model. maria
Her sophisticated way of influencing has earned her a spot on KOKO’s list of creative female influencers.

She came into the limelight when she emerged as one of the housemates on the BBNaija shine ya eye season.bbnaija maria Maria although born in Britain, relocated back to Nigeria with her family where she obtained her Secondary school education.
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She attended Federal Government Girl’s College Owerri, Imo state before traveling back to Britain for University.bbnaija maria Maria attended the University of Salford where she graduated with a second-class upper division. bbnaija mariaIn 2006, Maria started her career in the UK by working as the Front of House representative at Grosvenor Casinos, where she worked for five years.bbnaija maria
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She also worked as an Administrative Assistant at Goderough college, the United Kingdom in 2012 before joining KBC financial products as human resources assistant. mariaThis BBNaija star also worked as the personal assistant to the CEO of Deloitte, United Kingdom.maria In order to fulfill her dream of traveling around the world, Maria started her career as an air hostess for Emirates Airlines, where she worked for five years. Her success on the BBNaija season six has endeared her into the hearts of many, and she has gained the power to influence millions of Nigerians. The reality TV star has influenced brands like The Raven Bank, Mapia brands, Hushd, GetGlow, Infinix, Lucious Hair, etc.maria
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