Dino Melaye, over the years, has built a reputation for himself when it comes to collecting super expensive cars. Just recently, the former Nigerian senator took delivery of an armored Mercedes G-Wagon limousine and a Toyota Land Cruiser SUV estimated at a whopping $2 million.
The stretched bulletproof G-Wagon limo recently purchased by Dino is estimated around $1.2 million
This news was shared by a popular social media influencer, Tunde Ednut, who posted the video on his Instagram page. From what we learned, the G-Wagon on its own cost $1.2 million (₦436m).
This exotic Toyota Land-cruiser was one of the expensive whips recently acquired by the former Nigerian senator Dino Melaye
The video shared by Tunde Ednut was tagged with:
“Wow! Senator Dino Melaye just acquired these 2 bullet proof trucks and both are the latest high tech bullet proof trucks. The 2 trucks are worth $2million (N726,000,000). Wow!!! Look at his plate number, SDM (Senator Dino Melaye). Footballers are really making O!”
For the two SUVs, they come with a personalized plate number “SDM” which stands for Senator Dino Melaye.
These new acquisitions have joined other luxury brands you will find in the former Kogi West lawmaker’s private collection such as Ferrari, Lamborghini, Bentley, Rolls Royce, and several others.
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Just weeks ago, former Senator Dino Melaye was heavily criticized for his ostentatious lifestyles, among which is the amount of cash splashed on acquiring his luxury cars. These cars according to Speed Darling would have cost him over a billion naira.
No doubt, Dino Melaye is among the best car collectors in Nigeria and he publicly admitted after the recent criticism that he would rather acquire cars than spending his cash on cocaine.
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