King Adbul Rasheed Akanbi is a stylish king with Lovely cloth, shoes and Cars.
King Rasheed is a Nigerian-Canadian citizen with a wealth of international experience and connections.
The king hailed from Ile Molaasan Gbase ruling house in Iwo in Osun State.
On November 19, 2015 King Rasheed was appointed as the 16th king of Iwo Land.
King Rasheed married a black Canadian, and his lovely wife is getting accustomed to the people and tradition.
They gave birth to a lovely child named Oduduwa.
Oluwo of Iwo Owned a very Colorful and Beautiful Palace, his Dressing are stylish, well, maybe because he stays in Canada.
The king has some Collections of cars, On his 2nd Anniversary of accession to the throne as the king, he bought himself a Nigerian Car Innoson.
Oba Abdulrasheed Adewale Akanbi, Iwoland’s paramount traditional ruler bought himself an Innoson IVM G80, the most popular model from Innoson.
King Adewale Akanbi owned a G-wagon, and a multimillion Lamborghini Murcielago.
The Lamborghini worth $188,999 (N73, 899,842).
These are picture of some of his Lovely cars:
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