The Aare Ona Kakanfo of Owuland, Prince Bolu Akin-Olugbade is a successful businessman with diverse interests in law, oil and gas, property development, construction, manufacturing, logistics and many others. Aside of his accomplishments in the business world, he’s also known to be a good dresser who equally has an addiction for Rolls Royce. Olugbade, as a collector or this brand of automobiles spares no cost in pampering himself with whenever he’s going for them. He has about five Rolls Royce with customized registration numbers.
Pronce Olugbade some days back added to his fleet of Rolls Royce when he took delivery of a sparkling Rolls Royce Cullinan, the latest from the stable of Rolls Royce makers.
The Rolls-Royce collector is the first African to book the 2019 Rolls Royce Cullinan and also the first to receive his bespoke SUV that starts at ₦120 million .Being a customized version, it could push prince Bolu’s order price towards ₦250 million and above.
The company launched the new model last week in Lagos and Bolu’s new limousine was used by the sole representative of the auto manufacturers to launch Cullinan in Nigeria at the residence of the Deputy British High Commissioner to Nigeria at Queens Drive, Ikoyi, Lagos in the presence of top executives of Rolls Royce Motors in England and South Africa, being the first to be made for Africa. There was dinner for 20 owners of Rolls Royce cars in Nigeria at the same venue after the launch.