These four Nigerian women have wealth and affluence. Hard work, connections, entrepreneurial prowess and dedication have made these women amassed a lot of wealth.
They are women who don't need a man to buy them expensive luxury cars, because they have enough money to get it themselves. Cars like Range Rovers, Mercedes-Benz G-Wagon, Rolls-Royce, Bentley and much more.
At hand are four prominent Nigerian women who bought Rolls-Royce for themselves.
Rolls-Royce Motor cars are luxury brand automobile maker. Only wealthy people can afford to buy such an expensive luxury car.
Below are four Nigerian women who bought Rolls-Royce for themselves:
Fifi Ejindu is an Abuja-based architect, philanthropist and businesswoman.
She is the third wife of Admiral Godwin Ndubuisi-Kanu (Rtd), and also the former First Lady of Lagos and Imo state.
Hajia Bola Shagaya is an astute businesswoman and a fashion enthusiast.
Florence Ifeoluwa Otedola is a disc jockey, producer and musician.
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