1. Oba Fredrick Obateru Akinruntan
Currently ranked the wealthiest man in Nigeria and just a bit behind King Mohammed VI of Morocco in the list of richest Kings in the continent, the estimated total net worth of the Olugbo of Ugbo in Ondo State is around $300 million (equivalent to N108 billion). This King is also running Obat Oil.
That’s why it’s totally understandable when this man threw a fortune for his luxury auto brands. In 2014, he became the first black resident to own a Bentley car model of that year. In the exchange with Daily Post, he also claimed to own a $1 million watch and he was so proud to use the same car brand as Queen Elizabeth II.
Actually, his custom-made Rolls Royce 2012 also has many similarities with the one the Queen of England is having.
The richest King in Nigeria and his Rolls Royce 2012
2. Oba Saheed Ademola Elegushi
On April 27th, 2010, Oba Saheed Elegushi had his coronation, becoming the youngest monarch of Lagos at the age of 34. He was then the Elegushi of Ikate Kingdom.
This monarch used to study Master Degree in the Manchester University and once worked as a Lagos authority, assisting Special duties field.
He receives a huge sum of money on a daily basis from his well-known Elegushi beach. The most outstanding car in his auto collection is a bulletproof Rolls Royce Gushi specially designed for himself.
The youngest monarch of Lagos and his bulletproof Gushi
3. Oba Adeyeye Enitan Ogunwusi
When mentioning the Ooni of Ife, people have to show their respect towards his contribution in uniting cultures throughout the regions.
Unlike other Kings who may just sit on their throne, Oba Adayeye always strives to reach remote areas for timely support to his residents. The Ooni is now the owner of several foreign auto models but the most noteworthy is his Rolls Royce Phantom model year 2011.
The humble appearance of the Ooni
His 2011 Rolls Royce Phantom – the companion in his field trips
4. Alhaji Muhammadu Sanusi II
It can be said that Alhaji Muhammadu Sanusi II is a forward looking person who had owned Rolls Royce cars long before this brand became a big name in the auto market.
In 1956, when the Queen of England visited Nigeria, it was Kano Emirate that facilitated her trip with a Rolls Royce Wraith.
In 2016, this monarch posted pictures of newly acquired Rolls Royce Phantom 2016 on his instagram page. However, it is just one in a few Rolls Royce he bought in the same year. This model is worth approximately $417,825 (~N150m).
Kano Emirate’s post on Instagram
One in his abundant car collection
5. Oba Ewuare II Ogidigan
The Oba of Benin Kingdom used to represent Nigeria to visit many countries namely Italy, Angola, Spain or Sweden.
Not only is this monarch famous for his zero-tolerant law of land-grab in his regime, but he is also well known for his extravagant auto – Rolls Royce Phantom model 2016.
This car was bought in 2016, introduced in his celebration of Thanksgiving Day in Benin city.
Oba Ewuare II Ogidigan – the tactful Nigerian ambassador
His 2016 Rolls Royce Phantom
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