Nigerian Man Who Lives In N4Billion Mansion Buys N200m Bentley Mulsanne(Photos & videos)

Meet Sir Olu Okeowo  Real Estate Billionaire Who Lives In N4Billion Mansion House In Parkview Estate Ikoyi Lagos

The brain behind the booming real estate business in Nigeria, Sir Olu Okeowo just bought himself a brand new Bentley Mulsanne.

Sir Olu Okeowo Real Estate Billionaire
Sir Olu Okeowo Real Estate Billionaire

The limited edition of the wonder on wheels which has an extended wheelbase costs a whopping 200 million Naira.

The automobile was delivered to his 16-bedroom mansion in Parkview Estate Ikoyi last week during his 52nd birthday celebration.

The expensive ride joined Olu Okeowo’s parade of 6 Rolls Royces, Bentleys, Range Rovers and Mercedes Benzes put at 3 million US Dollars.

Real Estate Billionaire, Sir Olu Okeowo Buys N200m Bentley Mulsanne
Real Estate Billionaire, Sir Olu Okeowo Buys N200m Bentley Mulsanne

According to fillers, Okeowo’s new Bentley costs $400,000 aside the clearing and shipping charges.

He is happily married to Adejoke Okeowo who will clock 52 in few months.

Real Estate Billionaire, Sir Olu Okeowo Buys N200m Bentley Mulsanne
Real Estate Billionaire, Sir Olu Okeowo Buys N200m Bentley Mulsanne

Sir Okeowo has a luxury 16-bedroom mansion which everyone in Ikoyi describe as a testimony.

He moved into the mansion on the 26th of December 2016.

See video from the dedication ceremony below

Other videos of Okeowo and his family.

Real Estate Billionaire, Sir Olu Okeowo and wife
Real Estate Billionaire, Sir Olu Okeowo and wife

Sir Okeowo who was born with silver spoon is the son of a billionaire.

His father Pa Taiwo Okeowo was a billionaire in his lifetime. He left his son with a wealthy foundation to build on.

Olu Okeowo who is friends with many shakers of high society and his wife Lady Adejoke Okeowo are blessed with 3 handsome sons.

Sir Olu Okeowo is the founder of Gilbratar Construction company, which specializes in building mansions for the super rich ONLY.

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