By Victoria Ige
Nigerian Entertainment Today has obtained exclusive images of the interior of a Lagos palace owned by respected showbiz couple Tunde and Wunmi Obe.
Built for over six years, according to those close to the couple, the property sits on over two plots, with facilities including a swimming pool, audio visual studio, bar and lounge, guest chalet, patio, gym, Sauna, basketball court and conference/meeting rooms.
The Obes lived in Cornerstone estate, opposite Marwa Gardens in Lagos, for many years, before moving to their new home.
A palace fit for kings and presidents, those who have visited will tell you the Obes mansion is the story of money meets taste. A NET reporter who visited believes this is possibly the most luxurious property by any Nigerian entertainer ever.
And real estate experts have told NET the property is worth over a billion Naira, including the worth of the land it sits on, finishing and fittings.
Entertainers since day one, Tunde and Wunmi have been around for decades, performing as comedians, musicians, recording artistes and writers, ; and they’re most widely known for their work on the now rested Charly Boy show, as well as hits like Mogbo Moya, Palava, Fine Bara and Adupe. Tunde is the son of a late Ambassador, while Wunmi, who also owns a beauty business, is the duaghter of late Punch founder Olu Aboderin.
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