Top 10 Most Expensive Private Jets In Nigeria and The Owners

More exciting revelations have emerged that the penchant for private jets acquisition has cost wealthy Nigerians over N1 trillion in five years.

The luxury trend actually rose by 650% between 2007 and 2012, this has increased the rate of private jet acquisition from 20 in 2007 to over 150 in 2012 which has placedNigeria and china as the fastest growing private jets markets in the world.

Top ten private jets by wealthy Nigerians.

    Type Price Owner
    1. Falcons 7X. $51m(N8.2billion) Mike Adenuga

    2. Bombardier Global 6000 $45.5m(N7.3billion) Unknown

    3. Bombardier Global Express 5000 $45m(N7.2billion) Aliko Dangote

    4. Gulfstream G550 $40m(N6.4billion) Bishop Oyedepo

    5. Gulfstream V $30m(N4.8billion) Bishop Oyedepo & Pastor Adeboye
    More when you continue…

    6. Bombardier Challenger 604 $30m(N4.8b) Mike Adenuga

    7. Embracer Legacy 650 $30m (N4.8b) IfeanyiUba

    8. Hawker 900XP $20m(N3.2b) Dr Kashim and Sir Aremu Johnson

    9. Gulfstream G450 $15m(N2.4b) Bishop oyedepo

    10. LearJet $13.3m (N2.1b) Bishop Oyedepo and Dr Kashim

    -Culled from Encomium magazine

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6 thoughts on “Top 10 Most Expensive Private Jets In Nigeria and The Owners

  1. What is really happening the poor are geting poor the rich are geting richer God help us men of God how many imam have jet in the world but come to the christian

  2. It is economically valuable to the country. At least people are employed and tax or other service charges are paid to government instead of dumping the fund in swiz accounts enriching other countries development.

  3. My brother Okechi, ask me. Men of God buying up to 4 private jets.. Bishop Oyedepo, what will it profit a man if he gains the whole world and loses his soul. Moreover, don’t you have poor widows/widowers in your church? Beware, God is watching.

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