Omo Baba Olowo indeed! So Davido chose to go hard and fast by spending a whooping $120k (about N30m) on a Rolex wristwatch? Wheew!
Indeed, even with the present rat race amongst Dollar and Naira, the HKN Act chose to spend the greater part of that hard cash on a wristwatch… cash numerous Nigerians can use to better their lives in such a large number of ways.
So, we should demonstrate to you a portion of the things that the whole could have purchased a typical Nigerian.
Well in case you don’t know, N30m can buy you an apartment in Lekki Gardens
You could afford to buy the 2014 Mercedes-Benz S-Class which cost about N19m, but OBO has got one that costs much more than this so?
Okay let’s imagine you are a young Nigerian of Davido’s age, you can buy three 2015 Honda Accord sedans (which isn’t up to N8m anyways)…one for you, dad and mum.
Most ladies can open a good Supermarket with even N10m…imagine what they can do with N30m
Well for some high-flying ladies, you could afford to buy a couple of Hermes Birkin collection bags…and brag about it online.
But Whollup! Ever thought of how many plate of food could be bought for people without food at N500 per plate with such an amount? 60,000!
Record label executives will tell you of course they’ll sign another talented artiste
With 30m, you can buy a fully functioning poultry or fish farm in Ikorodu area of Lagos (and become a boss of your own)
You can as well afford to buy plots of land on Lagos-Ibadan Expressway…the start of your own estate
And just like Kunle Afolayan and his family, you too can travel with your family to Abu Dhabi – give them a memorable experience.
Well, buy shares of course…
For the ladies, you could open up that classy hair salon you’ve always dreamt of
With that money, you could throw a LAVISH birthday party and have the likes of Wizkid and Davido perform all for you (What a night to live for).
That amount can buy a proper ‘Shut down Lagos’ kind of wedding many desire
With such an amount, you can afford to buy some of the world’s most expensive sneakers (Think about them J’s)
Well, as a typical Nigerian, what would you do with N30 million in your possession? Buy a wristwatch?
Kindly share your thoughts!