Nigerian video content creator and online influencer Lucky Udu (born 2 June 1997) is most known for his videos on Facebook and other social media sites. “Director of Youth Sensitization and Rehabilitation Affairs, NYC, FRN,” is how he identifies himself.
He is a native of Owanta in Delta State’s Ika North East Local Government. He received his degree in English from Elizade University. He is the Nigerian Youth Congress’ Director of Youth Sensitization and Rehabilitation Affairs.
Lucky Udu, who was born on June 2nd, 1997, is a filmmaker, a poverty activist, the CEO of Lucky Udu Studio, the president of Lucky Udu Foundation, and the creator of the “I am not a scammer campaign,” which aims to change the status quo of cybercrime among young people in Africa and its negative effects on nation-building and national repute.
Dr. Lucky Udu, who was given an honorary doctorate by the Institute of Cooperate and Public Administrators of Nigeria (ICPAN), is passionate about community service and national development. Through his platform of more than 260,000 Facebook followers, he has helped millions of people in Africa become aware of some of the major vices that make up a backward society.
Lucky Udu is committed to examining the social flaws in society and spreading the great ideas of industry, morality, and selflessness to the less fortunate members of society.
Motivated by the passing of his parents, he uses his skills as a filmmaker and activist to produce compelling and noteworthy content for social media that moves and motivates people all over the world. He has thus far won the praise of eminent men and women in society on a regular basis.
He doesn’t like to draw attention to the fact that he is philanthropic, but during the Covid 19 lockdown, Lucky fed over 45 families in his community. In 2017, while attending Elizade University, Lucky Udu led a movement in which over 45 hungry students received 22,500 naira each, and over 200 students were asked not to pay for laboratory gowns and matriculation gowns. This was the first time in the university’s history that such a successful activism had been carried out.
Lucky Udu isn’t married and is currently single.
In 2023, Lucky Udu’s net worth is estimated to range between $250 000 and $1.3 million.