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‘Niko’ Nikolas Omilana is an English influencer, born and raised in Staffordshire; He’s formerly known as omilana7. He is a YouTuber who has gained popularity for his parody videos, original comic sketches, pranks and is now a political campaigner. He was born on March 4, 1998. Niko’s popular channel is best-known for its dramatically-titled pranks of more than 280 million views. He is also the founder and supreme leader of the Niko Defence League (NDL), a parody of the far-right organization, the English Defence League. He started his Youtube channel on June 21, 2011, at the age of 13, Where he played FIFA and made skits. He played FIFA with YouTuber Johnny Carey and made skits. One of his most popular videos uploaded to his channel was a parody of the Drake and Future song “Jumpman” On August 15, 2018. He’s amassed an incredible 3.61 million subscribers on his channel, making him one of the UK’s most popular YouTubers.He’s worked with some celebrities, teaming up with rapper Stormzy for a parody vid called Cringe Grime Kids.
He will be 24 by March 2022, born March 4, 1998
Nikos Net Worth
Nikos Net worth is $4 Million (approx)
Nikos Personal Information
|Date of Birth||March 4, 1998|
|City of residence||Staffordshire|
|Net worth||$4 Million (approx)|
Political ambition for Mayor of London 2021
Niko Omilana and Max Frosh are two prominent YouTubers who have entered the race to be the mayor of London during the 2021 election. Niko, who lives in north London, isn’t the only comedian to take part in the race to shake the status quo of politics. Icelandic Youtuber Jon Gnarr ran for mayor of Reykjavik in 2010 in the act of humor. To his surprise, the city’s voters, he was elected mayor of Iceland’s capital city for four years. Despite his content brand, Niko insists his campaign isn’t a joke to the people. Niko had some very sensible policies, and most voters agreed. Niko also promised free school meals and the use of public transportation free for children under 18s and over 69s, as well as a rise in minimum wages by 6.9 percent as part of his manifesto.