Layal Holm-Tinubu is married to Seyi Tinubu, the first son of Chief Bola Ahmed Tinubu. In 2018, she was married into the Tinubu dynasty. She is Lebanese-Nigerian, and she spent of her formative years in the UK. In this post, we’ll be sharing all you need to about the biography of Layal Holm-Tinubu, CEO of Noella Foundation & Tots Toy Wife of Seyi Tinubu.
Bigraphy of Layal Holm-Tinubu, CEO of Noella Foundation & Tots Toy Wife of Seyi Tinubu
Layal Holm-Tinubu was born in 1991 to mixed-race parents: her father is Lebanese, and her mother is Nigeria. This makes her a Lebanese-Nigerian. Though, her mother is Igbo. Most definitely, she was born in Nigeria before she moved out of the country for education.
She started her first set of education in Nigeria before she moved on to the UK where she studied Political Science and African Studies at the Oriental School of Studies, University of London. She later went on to do her master’s degree program in Entrepreneurship.
After graduating from her master’s degree program in 2012, she returned to Nigeria where she worked briefly before setting up her own business called Tots Toy. Tots Toy is an educational program/organization that eases the process of learning for children. In 2018, Layal Holm-Tinubu got married to Seyi Tinubu in a well-attended wedding. Prior to 2018, they have been dating for a while, and Seyi Tinubu proposed to her around 2015-2016 before they got wedded in 2018.
She and Seyi Tinubu went on to start Noella Foundation, an NGO responsible for catering and supporting businesses. They have had two children so far from the union. They have continued to love each other, and live in peace.
Now, we are going to answer some pertinent questions about Layal Holm-Tinubu.
What is the net worth of Layal Holm-Tinubu?
Her net worth is not well-known, and can only be estimated. However, she should be worth around 500,000 dollars or more.
Where is Layal Holm-Tinubu from? What’s her state?
Layal Holm-Tinubu is not a full Nigerian, and so, she is not from any of the states in Nigeria. She is a Lebanese first before being a Nigerian. Although, her mother is a Nigerian and presumably Igbo. If she is to identity as a Nigerian, she’ll most likely identify as a Lagosian where she was born.