Saturday, 9 November 2019

Top 10 Of The Richest Kings In Nigeria (2019) And Their Cars


Nigeria is home to various traditional rulers who are influential and worthy individuals in society. This is largely due to their position in society and the wealth they were able to accumulate over time. On special occasions, when these ceremonial rulers have to be public, Nigerians are not surprised to see convoys and cars in numbers. Speaking of cars, here are the 10 richest kings in Nigeria and their cars, just have a look!

1. 
Oba Obateru Akinrutan - Olugbo of Ugbo ($300 Million ~ ₦108.2 Billion)

Oba Obateru Akinruntan is the head of Ugbo in Ondo state. He is the Royal Leader of Ugbo and owns Obat Petroleum, one of the largest private oil trading companies in Nigeria, which controls Africa's largest oil depots.

The Olugbo of the Ugbo kingdom made Forbes one of the richest monarchs in Nigeria with an estimated net worth of $ 300 million.


The traditional ruler of Ondo State owns a Bentley Mulsanne (Model 2014) worth over 100 million Naira and also has a custom made Rolls-Royce (2012 edition) that meets the Queen's standard. Olugbo of Ugbo joins the Royal List of Nigerian monarchs driving Rolls-Royce.
 




















2. 
Sa'adu Abubakar - Sultan of Sokoto ($ 100 million ~36.1 billion)

The list of the richest kings in Nigeria can not be complete without the Sultan of Sokoto - the most powerful ruler in the north and one of the richest in Africa. He sits above the Sokoto Caliphate, making him the spiritual head of the country's Muslims. He is also co-chair of the Nigerian Council of Traditional Rulers. The sultan has a fortune of $ 100 million.

Sultan Abubakar IV owns fleets of cars, but the most notable is his model Rolls-Royce 2017. Sultan Abubakar IV. is the 20th Sultan of the Sokoto Caliphate and ascended the throne in 2006 after the death of the 19th Sultan Sultan Miccado. Sultan Abubakar served in the military and resigned as Brigadier General before he took the throne.


                                                                                                      

3. 
Lamido Sanusi Lamido - Emir of Kano ($ 80 million ~30 billion)

Well, who would not know the Emir of Kano, Lamido Sanusi Lamido? The Emir was once Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria. This position alone attracted recognition, influence and wealth, not to mention his financial investment and fortune. He was listed by the prestigious Time Magazine as one of the most influential people of the year. The fortune of the Emir, an economic mogul, is rightly estimated at $ 80 million.

Recently, the northern ruler acquired the latest Rolls-Royce, a car that almost brought him into trouble with the Nigerians. That was because the car was too grand and worth millions of dollars to be bought by a black one. Moreso, the Emir of Kano, who has an annual salary of 14 million N, can afford these luxury cars. The model of the car is still unknown. On the other hand, it is known that the Emir boasts of owning fleets of cars. The Emir of Kano is the second most powerful monarch in Northern Nigeria, but was affected by the constant attacks of the Governor of Kano.


                                                                            



4. 
Oba Adeyeye Ogunwusi Eniitan - Ooni Of Ife ($ 70 Million ~ 25.3 Billion)
You must give the Oni of Ife a certain respect if you want to talk about him. Oba Adeyeye is influential in every way. The ooni are among the most respected rulers in the world and have much power and authority in the land of the Yoruba. In addition to his royal status, he is a successful real estate entrepreneur and chancellor of the University of Nigeria, Nsukka. His net worth is estimated at about $ 70 million, making him the fourth richest king in Nigeria.

You can also bet that the Oba is rich. The Ife ruler owns many foreign car models, but the grandest of them all is his 2011 Rolls-Royce Phantom model. He also owns 2 Bentleys and a Mercedes Benz S550.



5. 

Oba Ewuare II Ogidigan - Oba of Benin ($ 60 million - 21.7 billion)

Oba Ewuare is the traditional authority in the Benin state of Nigeria. He exercises power and influence that can not be undermined. He holds a degree in economics from the University of Wales, UK, and a master's degree in public administration from Rutgers University Graduate School, New Jersey, USA. He is also Nigeria's ambassador to various countries. Its net assets are around $ 60 million.
No wonder then that the Oba has a Rolls-Royce Phantom 2016 model with an estimated cost of over 150 million, and you can be sure that it's named in its name. The Benin monarch has a beautiful palace that suits a first-rate monarch who is the 40th Oba of the Benin kingdom.

6. 
Nnaemeka Alfred Ugochukwu Achebe - Obi of Onitsha ($ 50 million ~  18.1 billion)
The Obi of Onitsha, a notable monarch from eastern Nigeria, has made a name for himself. Prior to his appointment, Obi was the managing director of Shell Petroleum Development Company and chancellor of Ahmadu Bello University in Zaria. Being the king summarizes everything and enlarges the equation as a whole.
One of the ten richest kings in Nigeria, the Obi itself is worth around $ 50 million and has a 2016 Rolls-Royce model that costs no less than 100 million.





7. Oba Lamidi Adeyemi - Alaafin of Oyo ($ 40 million ~ 14.6 billion)

The Alaafin of Oyo, Oba Lamidi Adeyemi, is the monarch in the Nigerian state of Oyo. He is considered the second largest king in the land of Yoruba. Its net assets are approximately $ 40 million. So it's easy to see that the Oba is loaded.

Obviously, the monarch of the Oyo kingdom is in love with SUVs, as can be seen from the selection of his cars below. The Oba is a real African man with well over three women and an extravagant lifestyle. The Alaafin Palace has been classified by historical and foreign experts as a historical monument and has more than 200 buildings. He is the largest in Nigeria He drives a stretch limousine, a Lexus GX 470, a Toyota Land Cruiser in his fleet.


8. 
Oba Babatunde Aremu Akiolu - Oba of Lagos ($ 40 million ~ 14.6 billion)

The Oba of Lagos is a traditional ruler whom we can not overlook. He is just as rich. After completing his LL.B. studied at the University of Lagos and served for 32 years with the Nigerian police before he took the throne. The assets of Oba Rilwan Babatunde Akiolu are estimated at around $ 40 million. Not only that, his palace is worth 2 billion. It does not even mention the other assets it owns or half of the other properties it owns.

Speaking of car: The former AIG of the Nigerian police uses the Mercedes-Benz S550 from 2016, which is sold for over 34 million. This is the friendliest of all who sleep in his garage. Oba Akiolu's official palace, the Iga Idunganran, is said to be worth 2 billion after its recent renovation. Who is the richest king in Nigeria? Oba from Lagos is definitely one of the richest.



9. 

Godfrey Emiko - Olu of Warri ($ 30 million ~ 10.8 billion)

Godfrey Emiko, the Olu of Warri, is one of the richest kings in Nigeria with $ 30 million in net worth. The Olu, which has its domain in the Niger Delta region of Nigeria, is known to control gas and resource resources there. In this way, we can link some of its source to oil money, which is fair.
The king, who governs the people of Warri, remains faithful to the faith his people have always shown him. The Olu of Warri does not need fancy cars to demonstrate his wealth. therefore, it is difficult to discover it in the luxury vehicles.
10. 
Benjamin Ikenchuku Keagborekuzi I - ($ 10 million ~ 3.62 billion)

Benjamin Ikenchuku Keagborekuzi I is the royal leader of Agbor - a city in the oil-rich Delta State. He was crowned when he was 2 years and 4 months old, after the sudden death of his father - the late Obi. He entered as the youngest Monarch in the Guinness Book. Upon his return from the UK, where he has obtained several degrees and certificates, he is appointed Chancellor of the University of Ilorin , the youngest chancellor of this university.
He drives a simple black model of the Mercedes Benz S550 Maybach 2015 worth 65 million nairas.

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