Property czar, construction magnate and philanthropist extraordinaire, Sir Olu Okeowo who just clocked 52 gifted himself a luxury limousine the ‘Bentley Mulsanne Extended WheelBase Limited Edition’, of which only 50 were made, Olu Okeowo’s own being the 13th one in the series meaning he his one of the 50 envied owners of such a car.
It is valued at several hundreds of thousands of dollars and it is intimidating by all standards. The car in question a 2-tone wonder better referred to as duo tone with the top a bronze goldish colour and body part grey-silvery colour is specially made to strict specifications for him and even has a special number plate.
Sir Okeowo’s masterpiece which is reputed to be a full option, is said to be about $400000 dollars, that’s ₦160,000,000 million Naira at $1 to ₦400, shipping cost about $6000 dollars, that’s another ₦2,400,000 Naira added, and car was probably cleared for another humongous amount making a total of ₦222,400,000 million Naira only, just for one car!!!!
The car buff already owns 6 Rolls Royces and was the only Nigerian and probably African that was recently invited to a special gathering of Rolls Royce owners held just last month, May of 2017.
Apart from the many Rolls Royces, which would have set him back by a few million Pounds or Dollars, this wealthy property owner, also owns a few other, talk of the town automobile likes of Range Rovers, Mercedes Benz G Swag, Bentley and other gasp inducing range of cars.
All of which are specially parked in their own, well air-conditioned homes (garages) to keep them in the best atmosphere and conditions. The value of cars in the garage(s) is valued as $3million plus, that’s close to ₦1.2 billion Naira, if not more.
The Blue 2 tone colour of the Mulsanne range was bought in March 2017, by Davido’s dad for his birthday, only that it’s not a limited edition extended wheel-base super car like the Okeowo’s type.
The construction magnate’s whose palatial home, Palacio de OKEOWO in Parkview Ikoyi valued at about ₦4 billion Naira and touted to be the biggest and most intimidating property of its kind there had his birthday party graced by his good friend, the former President of Ghana, John Dramani Mahama.