Victor Uwaifo’s Net Worth is between $1- $10 million.
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Victor Uwaifo was a Nigerian musician, sculptor, and composer of musical instruments, as well as a university professor, music legend, and the country’s first Honorable Commissioner for Arts, Culture, and Tourism.
Victor Uwaifo’s Net Worth & Salary
Victor Uwaifo’s net worth is estimated to be between $1 million and $10 million. He has accumulated a substantial fortune through his primary occupation as a musician.
Victor Uwaifo’s Birth, Parents, Siblings & Education
Victor Uwaifo was born in Benin City, Nigeria, on March 1, 1941. When he died, he was 80 years old.
He discovered music by listening to phonograph recordings of Spanish and Latin American performers, and by the age of 12, he was an accomplished guitarist. Sir Victor Uwaifo attended Western Boys High School and St.
Gregory’s College in Lagos before graduating with a National Art Diploma with Distinction from Yaba College of Technology in Lagos, where he won the Lintas scholarship as the best student, before going on to the University of Benin, where he graduated with a First Class degree in Fine and Applied Arts and later a Master’s Degree in Sculpture.
Facts of Victor Uwaifo
|Full Name||Victor Uwaifo|
|Famous as||Musician, writer, sculptor|
|Birth Date||March 1, 1941|
|Age||80 years old|
|Birth Place||Benin City, Nigeria|
|Height||5 ft 11 in|
|Spouse||Princess Osaretin Uwaifo|
|Net Worth||$1 million – $10 million|
Victor Uwaifo’s Professional Career
Sir Victor’s career started while he was still in school when he was contracted to sing with Victor Olaiya’s all-stars band in Lagos and headed the school band.
Between 1960 and 1965, while working for the NTA, he swiftly formed his own band, the Melody Maestros, and produced songs such as “Oko no mu me,” “Police and Akugbe,” and others.
He signed with the Philips (West Africa) label in 1965 and released songs such as “Guitar Boy,” “Joromi,” and “Siwo-Siwo.” These songs were immensely popular in Nigeria and other parts of Africa at the time.
Between 1965 and 1968, he developed the Akwete rhythm sound. He invented a new rhythm called “Shadow” in 1969, which was accompanied by a new dance named “Shadow,” which was a blend of Akwete and twist.
He then released another song, “Mami Water,” which he says was inspired by a chance encounter with a “Mami water” (Mermaid) while sunbathing on Lagos’ Bar Beach.
Victor Uwaifo’s Height, Weight & Body Measurement
Victor Uwaifo stands 5’11” tall. He is roughly 58 kilograms in weight (121 lbs). He has beautiful warm black eyes and black hair. The body measurements of him are 36-28-34 inches.
Victor Uwaifo’s Relationship Status
He is married to Princess Osaretin Uwaifo and has two children with her. He makes no mention of his marriage. He keeps his personal life out of the spotlight.
He has not been the subject of any rumors or scandals. has refused to comment on rumors
Quick Facts of Victor Uwaifo
- Victor Uwaifo was a Nigerian musician, writer, sculptor, and musical instrument creator, as well as a university professor, music icon, and the country’s first Honorable Commissioner for Arts, Culture, and Tourism.
- His net worth or net income is believed to be between $1 million – $10 million.
- His career began while he was still in school when he was hired to perform with Victor Olaiya’s all-stars band in Lagos and led the school band.
- He is married to Princess Osaretin Uwaifo, with whom he has two children.
- He keeps his personal life away from the media.