Rolls Royce is, no doubt, one of the most expensive automobiles in the world. As at 2015, the prices of the latest edition of the British made automobile, Rolls Royce Phantom ranges between $319,025 and $407,400. And yet there are some Nigerians who are so much in love with the car that they have made it a must to acquire the latest edition.
Among such Nigerians are:
PRINCE BOLU AKIN-OLUGBADE
The Are Ona Kakanfo of Owu Kingdom so far has seven Rolls Royce cars. He bought his first Rolls Royce in 1984 and the latest in 2015. Every of his wonder-on-wheels has customized plate number, BOLU.
CHIEF GABRIEL IGBINEDION
The Esama of Benin, has three Rolls Royce too. The latest being the one he bought in 2012, for his wife during her 60th birthday.
OTUNBA SUBOMI BALOGUN
The Olori Omoba of Ijebuland and a bank guru has an enviable collection of Rolls Royce. So far, we gathered that the dandy old man who is in love with white apparels has three Royce Royce cars in his expansive garage.
HIS ROYAL MAJESTY SANUSI LAMIDO
The Emir of Kano has one too. He rode in it on November 25, 2015, when he was installed the chancellor of University of Benin, Benin, Edo state.
REVEREND CHRIS OKOTIE
The enigmatic shepherd of Household of God Church, Oregun, Lagos, also acquired a Rolls Royce Phantom in 2014, to mark his 30 years as a born again Christian and 27 years as a pastor in the Lord’s vineyard.
SENATOR DINO MELAYE
A member of the National Assembly from Kogi Central Senatorial District acquired a Rolls Royce Wraith in 2015. The moving elegance and panache is said to have cost the distinguished Senator a whopping sum of $450,000.
HAJIA BOLA SHAGAYA
The astute and shrewd businesswoman is another proud owner of a brand of Rolls Royce.
CHIEF TONY EZENNA
The billionaire businessman and owner of Orange Drugs Limited is another Nigerian who has decorated his garage with a Rolls Royce Phantom.