Edward Osefo Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Kids, Net Worth, ‘RHOP’

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Edward Osefo Biography

This is what you need to know about Edward Osefo, is an American and the husband to Dr. Wendy Osefo a Nigerian-American political commentator, public affairs academic, philanthropist, and television personality. His wife is also a member of  The Real Housewives of Potomac.

Edward Osefo Age

Details about Osefo’s date of birth are not available, therefore this information will be updated as soon as it’s available.

Edward Osefo Height

  • Not Known.

Edward Osefo Family

Osefo is the husband to wendy Osefo and parents to three kids however, Little is known about his parents, also there are no details about his siblings, therefore this information will be updated as soon as it’s available.

Edward Osefo Wife

Osefo is happily married to his lovely and beautiful wife to Wendy Osdefo. The couple tied the knot in 2011. The couple is also blessed with three beautiful children together, seven-year-old son Karter, five-year-old son Kruz, and her newborn daughter Kamryn Kapri. They also reside in Maryland with their kids.

Edward Osefo Net Worth

Osefo’s exact net worth is under review, however his wife, wendy has an estimated net worth of 1.5 million.

Edward Osefo  The Real Housewives of Potomac

According to the newest housewife, her mother and his mother got into a huge argument that resulted in her and the rest of his family, refusal to have a relationship with Eddie or his and Wendy’s children. A relative of Eddie’s claimed they rejected him and his new family because of her “cursed” bloodline. Wendy responded to the allegations in a cease and desist letter.

Edward Osefo Wife’s Career

Wendy is a Nigerian-American political commentator, public affairs academic, philanthropist, and television personality. She is an assistant professor at Johns Hopkins School of Education. She is a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority. Wendy is a contributor for The Hill, the founder, and chief executive officer of 1954 Equity, and an assistant professor at Johns Hopkins School of Education.