Treasure Obasi, a well-known Nigerian television presenter, writer, actor, and video vixen, was born on February 13, 1998. She is most known for her role in Heaven’s Hell (2019), and as host of NTA’s educational programme, which honours young scientists and artists.
|Date of birth
|February 13, 1998
|Actres, Presenter, Writer and Video vixen
Early life and education
On February 19, 1998, Treasure Obasi was born to Mr. and Mrs. Obasi. She is the eldest of two children. She is from Mbaise, which is in the southeast Nigerian state of Imo. At the age of eleven, she lost her father, and Mrs. Jennifer Obasi (her mother) raised her alone. This did not dishearten her. Through perseverance, bravery, and hard work, Treasure has emerged as a prominent figure in the entertainment industry.
In 2014, she obtained a Diploma in Law from the University of Lagos, and in 2018, she completed her Bachelor of Arts and English degree from the University of Lagos State.
Parents and Family
Obasi Shalom is the younger brother of Treasure Obasi. At the age of 11 her father passed away. Jennifer Obasi, her mother, has raised her children to this day.
Treasure Obassi’s career began in Nursery Two, when she first entered the entertainment world. While she watched the NTA, she saw that the newsreaders were delivering the news while maintaining a steady gaze towards the camera and not turning to face their duplicates. She admitted that it greatly excited and motivated her.
The first time Treasure Obasi faced a camera, she considered it to be the happiest day of her relatively young life. It also signalled an enormous shift in her life and fulfilled her childhood ambition of becoming a broadcaster. She began her career as a young presenter and performer on NTA’s “Young Inventor.” She presented and hosted Young Inventors on NTA. She was the host of the educational series honouring young artists and scientists.
In 2014, Treasure Obasi costarred with Korede Bello as a video vixen in Don Jazzy Mavin’s Adaobi. She was already the recipient of multiple accolades at the tender age of twelve. She was the 2010 Indomie Heroes Award runner-up due to her extraordinary skill in broadcasting. Her influence is growing at Nollywood, British Airways, the Nigerian Television Authority, and most recently, the Indomie Awards.
She has already taken home the top honour in the secondary school British Airways Essay Competition because to her exceptional writing abilities. As a newsreader, she was also honoured with her school’s Best Reader Award.
Husband and Children
Treasure On June 14, 2019, Obasi and Johnson AJ tied the knot. They live in the United States. In November 2023, they welcomed their first child.
Treasure Obasi, whose estimated net worth is roughly $70,000, is undoubtedly a rising star in the Nigerian entertainment business.