Senator Dino Malaye and cars are good friends, the former Law-Maker from Kogi State don't just post pictures of these exotic cars for clout chasing, he has made owning Multi-million exotic cars one of his hobbies, in his garage, Senator Dino Malaye owns numerous types of multi-million exotic cars which you'll see in this post.
Among the richest politicians in Nigeria, Senator Dino Malaye sits at the number 5 spot with a huge amount of net worth, he is one of the youngest senator in Nigeria, his love for luxurious lifestyle is known by everybody, some people have dragged him on social media saying he refused to help the poor but he keeps acquiring new cars almost everyday, reacting to their claims the senator took to his official Instagram account to say his blessings comet from God and nobody should stress him.
In his garage, Senator Dino Malaye has over 10 luxurious cars but we shall see the cost of 5 exotic cars spotted in his garage and how he can change lives with such amount of money, before we see the cars and the price, Senator Dino Malaye has also declared intention to contest as the next Kogi State Governor come 2023 after loosing his first attempt to the current governor, his Excellency Governor Yahaya Bello which he said the election was conducted with fraud.
So many times the controversial politician has called for the resignation of President Buhari saying he is a corrupt leader and aiding banditry, kidnapping, terrorism happening in our great nation forgetting that he was among the buhari campaign leaders, Senator Dino Malaye is said to be a changed man now but he hasn't stopped showing off his luxurious Mansions and multi-million exotic cars on social media.
First we shall start with the Rolls-Royce Phantom Senator Dino Malaye kept in his living room as interior designs at his Abuja mansion.
The least-expensive 2019 Rolls-Royce Phantom is the 2019 Rolls-Royce Phantom 4dr Sedan (6.8L 12cyl Turbo 8A). Including destination charge, it arrives with a Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) of about $450,000. Other versions include: 4dr Sedan (6.8L 12cyl Turbo 8A) which starts at $450,000. Converting this amount to naira, the exotic car is worth N1640,000,000.
This amount could go along way if invested in his people but he decided to acquire material things, see pictures below.
Senator Dino Malaye also owns a 2020 Ferrari convertible, this exotic car is said to worth $218,750 (84,323,750.00 Nigerian Naira) starting price, according to Car and Driver price review for 2020.
Senator Dino Malaye also owns the latest version of Lexus LC which Is the most expensive class of Lexus cars, The most expensive Lexus is the LC Inspiration Series. Stateside, the special edition wears a starting sticker of $106,210. The V-8-powered LC 500, on the other hand, starts at $92,950, while the hybrid Lexus LC 500h will set buyers back at least $97,460.
Senator Dino Malaye prefers to but multi-million exotic cars than helping his community, in as much as people advised him to build companies, Build schools and help the less privileged but the senator has paid deaf ears, it's not a crime to own such luxurious cars but will the cars follow him to grave? Thanks is the question the senator should always ask himself, what's your take on this?.
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