Early life and Education
Linda Ikeji was born and raised in a Catholic family from Imo State, Nigeria. While studying English language at the University of Lagos, Linda had part-time jobs as a waitress, model and writer.
Linda ikeji blog
After graduation, Linda Ikeji started blogging in 2006. She later started her blogging site in December 2010 on the Blogger platform.
Linda Ikeji has dealt with controversial posts about celebrities such as Funke Akindele, Richard Mofe Damijo, Djimon Honsou and Tonto Dikeh. Linda Ikeji also made controversial publications about Doyin Okupe who described the publications as defamatory.
Linda Ikeji’s blog was shut down on October 8, 2014, but restored on 10 October 2014 around midnight by Google for undisclosed reasons. Mr. Kola Ogunlade, a Google correspondent, said: “We take violations of policies very seriously as such activities diminish the experience for our users. When we are notified of the existence of content that may violate our Terms of Service, we act quickly to review it and determine whether it actually violates our policies. If we determine that it does, we remove it immediately.”
Honours and awards
Linda Ikeji’s blog received the Nigeria Blog Awards NBA in 2013 under Best Entertainment Blog.
Future Award special: Linda Ikeji donates N1m to fight Ebola
It was indeed an unforgettable evening of inspiration and glitz, as the Future Awards Africa 2014 held on Sunday at the prestigious Intercontinental Hotel. The event hosted by Iyanya, Osas Ighodaro, Ice Prince and Flavia was graced by stars like Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde, Banky W, Funke Akindele, Seyi Shay, Dakore Akande, Timi Dakolo, Toke Makinwa, Toolz, Uti Nwachukwu, and others notable dignitaries.
Ten outstanding individuals were rewarded for their excellent work across different fields: business, entertainment, politics, science and technology and education.
A star highlight of the evening was the final phase of TFAA’s #STOPEBOLA campaign, which was held via an auction on a custom piece by A-List haute couture designer, Lanre Da Silva Ajayi. Blogger, Linda Ikeji bid a whopping sum of one million naira on the dress which proceeds will go to United Nations Ebola Response Fund.
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