Published on Aug 20, 2015
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Comments • 336
gemmav stokes1 year ago
I want vomit just imaging that some idiot bought 11 expensive cars from Europe, while his own country is falling apart. I bet the owner of Roll Royce wouldn’t buy shit from Nigeria; they’re laughing behind closed doors.
daveking7771 year ago
And yet there fellow brothers starve to death …
Christopher Isagi1 year ago
I like the video but I hate the lie on the title. Why do ya’ll lie with titles just to get people to watch your video? This is a countdown video and not what the title suggests. kindda annoying because I didn’t click it to watch a countdown.
Jensenbaby1 year ago
All this in a country where 95% of the population lives on or below the poverty line, 4.5% are barely surviving as middle class Nigerians and the remaining 0.5% control 70% of the country’s wealth. Sad things is that Nigerians worship these millionaires even though they know they are being ripped off, that their country is being plundered and raped and the people enslaved, yet the majority of Nigerians are happy to sit like starving dogs at the feet of the rich man’s table hoping he will toss them a morsel. You need to check yourselves!
Bobby sokkatua1 year ago
How come i m not on the list,is it because i m hausa
C Michael2 years ago
LOL. In Anambra State alone, during Xmas you can count at least 100
Damola Adenola1 year ago
Some used stolen money. I wonder how pastor purchased it…mmmm
Dat iLanGrL2 years ago
that last ONE. Oba..please add THIEF OF The NIGERIAN People’s WEALTH, to his title..
Paul McKenney1 year ago
Next time that you decide to make a video….please turn down the music in the background. I have no idea what you said for the entire video.
Thomthethird1 year ago
Lmao that’s not a rolls Royce on number 4, it’s a Bentley mulsanne.
Kate Ejigwo1 year ago
I love this cars, but where in Nigeria road will they drive them. Except is for collection, other than that I should think they should sell some of them use the money to fix the road first. also build what U S A call HOV lane to avoid Nigeria road traffic, you called it hold up. with this buying this type of cars are absolutely waste of money. we know you guys are rich invest it in Nigeria, you can’t drive 2 at same time. but no hard feeling is your labour enjoy it.
Prince Bay1 year ago
Lol. Oh people of the world! You never seize to amaze me. Its nice to see people from other parts of the world passionately talking about how Nigeria is filled with scammers and looters and how there’s no hope of anything thing good coming out of it when they’ve never even “actually met” a Nigerian before not to talk of visiting the country. People from other countries talk about corrupt African leaders like their leaders aren’t corrupt either and that’s funny because they simply do not even know whats going on right under their noses yet they feel they have know what happens in a country they haven’t even been to because of what the media sells to them especially people from the U.S, “some” of them always have an opinion about everything. what does and does not concern them is their business and that’s why they are in so much trouble today. The U.S isn’t totally free of corrupt. Some of their leaders attest to this. “I gave to many people, before this, before two months ago, I was a businessman. I give to everybody. When they call, I give. And do you know what? When I need something from them two years later, three years later, I call them, they are there for me. And that’s a broken system.” — Donald Trump in 2015. “[T]his is what’s wrong. [Donald Trump] buys and sells politicians of all stripes … he’s used to buying politicians.” — Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., in 2015. “Now [the United States is] just an oligarchy, with unlimited political bribery being the essence of getting the nominations for president or to elect the president. And the same thing applies to governors and U.S. senators and congressmembers. … So now we’ve just seen a complete subversion of our political system as a payoff to major contributors …” — Jimmy Carter, former president, in 2015. “Allowing people and corporate interest groups and others to spend an unlimited amount of unidentified money has enabled certain individuals to swing any and all elections, whether they are congressional, federal, local, state … Unfortunately and rarely are these people having goals which are in line with those of the general public. History well shows that there is a very selfish game that’s going on and that our government has largely been put up for sale.” – John Dingell, 29-term Democratic congressman from Michigan, in 2014 just before he retired. I can honestly go on and on but its not necessary. Its become obvious that some people just can not seem to appreciate anything good that comes from Africa, they look for the slightest excuse to point to the bad things happening here like nothing bad ever happens elsewhere. The guys listed here aren’t even politicians but some people just do not care. The Nigerian entertainment industry is the biggest in Africa but of cause you cannot be a successful Actor or Musician from Nigeria without stealing the peoples money. Such mentality
Lone Wolf1 year ago
How do you drive such an elegant beauty of a Rolls Royce on a muddy and swamp infested roads in Nigerian cities. What an abomination for Mr Royce now rolling his eyes 👀 in his grave.
Dubem281 year ago
damn! there’s a lot of haters here.
mizzo makavelik1 year ago
pls what’s the title of the song you start the video
Katie Izobo1 year ago
I will show you a Nigerian man that owns no Rolls-Royces and is the best, smartest, and sexiest man on any continent. He is my husband.
Lord Jackson1 year ago
hahaha Nigerians no wonder oo.most of them can even own more than that if they want
Mcdoobenheim Hausaufgoben1 year ago
I can’t hear the lady over the loud ass music
Ebuka Eze1 year ago
this article is not credible at all…igbinedion have more than 7 rolls royces n his name is not here. obijackson of nest oil have rolls Royce assorted, the Uba brothers Chris n Andy have their owns too. smh
Marcus Johnson1 year ago
If you’re not blinded by the media, you’d understand why this story isn’t even remotely remarkable. Rich people do exist in Nigeria.