“It is a paradoxical but profoundly true and important principle of life that the most likely way to reach a goal is to be aiming not at that goal itself but at some more ambitious goal beyond it.” – Arnold Toynbee
Money makes the world go round. When you are wealthy buying cars worth millions is just like purchasing a designer bag; it’s expensive but affordable to you so no worries in the world. These rich men have come a long way in their various careers and choose to reward their efforts with cars only made for the rich.
See the richest Nigerians that own expensive cars
1. Chris Okotie
Christopher Oghenebrorie Okotie is the head pastor of household of God church. The 58-year-old pastor started his ministry some 29 years ago and on his 27th year anniversary acquired a brand new Rolls Royce to celebrate himself and how far God has used him in the christian world.
2. Deji Adeleke
Dr. Deji Adeleke, also called Elder Deji Adeleke is a successful businessman and a billionaire. The 59-year-old man is the father of popular Nigerian artiste, Davido. He is the founder of Adeleke University and the billionaire is one of the famous Nigerians to own the incredible Rolls Royce phantom. Talk about rich men who drive bad ass toys.
3. Brown Ideye
Brown Ideye is a professional football player who hails from Yenagoa. The 28-year-old striker began his football career in 2006 and moved to Europe in 2008. His years as a football player has paid off so much that he is now worth so much money he can afford bad ass whips.
As a classy man and a lover of premium cars, he purchased a Rollys Royce phantom worth millions of naira. He is on our list for many things including, his fine self, great body and sophistication.
Otunba Michael Olasubomi Balogun is a rare gem. A brilliant man who decided to excel against all odds. Having been on earth for a score of years short of a century, he gathered wisdom and confidence that enabled him to excel at his solo pursuit for excellence.
Otunba is the founder of FCMB Group, a renowned financial institution that he solely built from the ground up. It’s no wonder he is referred to as the grand-master and baron of the Nigerian capital and money market. He is rumoured to be worth billions of dollars and it comes as no surprise that such a man will own 11 Rolls Royce which costs up to 80-120 million naira each.
Every phase in life brings with it a new perspective to view life from. At 80, OTUNBA Michael has acquired over 10 Rolls Royce simply for the love the brand and its functionality. Only a few people display sophistication at an admirable level, he is one of such people.