See the ₦280m Rolls Royce Cullinan SUV recently acquired by young Nigerian billionaire

Joseph Eze okafor Jnr. Popularly known as Jowi Zazaa has just bought a luxury Rolls Royce Cullinan SUV for himself. You really can’t blame the young Nigerian billionaire for spoiling himself with this new expensive toy since he is more than capable to do so.

Young Nigerian billionaire Jowi Zazaa just acquired a super expensive Rolls Royce Cullinan SUV

With an average price of 280 million naira, the luxury Rolls Royce Cullinan has become the newest member of a garage that boasts of many super expensive cars.

The young oil mogul boasts of other super exotic cars in his illustrious garage

Born March 1985, Jowi Zazaa is a known oil mogul and philanthropist. He reportedly took over the affairs of Jezco oil after the retirement of his dad.

From what we learnt, the purchase came a year after the young billionaire Jowi Zazaa got himself ₦141m Lamborghini Aventador, to celebrate his birthday.

Jowi Zazaa is a big fan of luxury cars through his garage that worth more than ₦ 2 billion

Also in his illustrious garage that is reportedly worth over ₦2 billion, notable models you will find there if you are lucky enough include Lamborghinis (2), Brabus Mercedes G-Class, Bentley Continental GT and many others.

The Rolls-Royce SUV recently acquired by Zazaa is an all-terrain model with fitted advanced technology. This is obviously the first SUV from the luxury marque.

On the inside, it offers a handbuilt high-riding Sport Utility Vehicle, which is a perfect blend of high-tech luxury and rarity. The Cullinan SUV offers automatic tailgate at the back, screens for unlimited TV shows and pop-out Viewing Suite.

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The Rolls-Royce SUV comes equipped with V12 6.75-liter Bi-turbo engine with an output of 563 hp and 627 lb-ft of torque. The luxury SUV can accelerate from a standpoint of zero to 60 mph in remarkably less than 4.8 secs and a peak speed of 155 mph.

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