Peter Obi Wife: Margaret Obi

Who is Margaret Obi

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Former First Lady of Anambra State Margaret Obi, also known as Margaret Brownson Usern (née), served in that position. Moreover, she is the spouse of Peter Gregory Obi, a former governor of Anambra State and Labour Party presidential contender. This article includes information on Mrs. Margaret Obi State, the former First Lady of Anambra, including her state of origin, education, family, age, husband, and net worth.


Margaret Obi, née Brownson Usern, a businesswoman, entrepreneur, and philanthropist from Nigeria, was born on September 9. Peter Gregory Obi, a presidential contender for the Labour Party and a former governor of the state of Anambra, is also married to her.

Mrs. Margaret Obi was born and raised in Akwa Ibom by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Brownson Obi. Since Mrs. Margaret Obi, the former first lady of Anambra state, avoids the media, not much is known about her private life. Two children were born into Mrs. Margaret and Peter Obi's union after their 1992 wedding.

Peter Obi Children 

Gabriella Nwamaka Frances and Gregory Oseloka are the names of the two children born to Margaret and Peter Obi. Despite having private lives, their children are both based abroad.

Margaret Obi Career

Margaret Obi, a well-known philanthropist and human rights advocate, served as the first lady of Anambra State for a while. She founded many organizations and women initiation programs in the state while serving as First Lady.
One of her organizations assists in addressing concerns regarding women's rights violations and child maltreatment. Particularly widows making sure they receive their husband's assets. As her husband served as governor of Anambra, she also supported the National Gender Affirmative Action campaign, which guarantees that women receive seats in elected office.

Net Worth

Margaret Obi's net worth is now under inquiry. However her estimated fortune ranges from $500,000 to $1,000,000.
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