The Nigerian economy is undoubtedly one of the largest in Africa no wonder it has become home to thousands of businesses, musicians, entrepreneurs, career politicians and other spheres of life.
Just like other human beings Nigerians also appreciate luxury and will do everything within their reach to gain one. We love living a good life.
This is not limited to only opposition of cars expensive jewelry we also love good houses and well-structured mansions.
1.Folorunsho Alakija’s Mansion
Folorunsho Alakija is rated as one of the richest women in Nigeria. Invest in oil and gas, large fabric printing industry and fashion.
She has an estimated net worth of over 1 billion dollars. She’s an extremely successful woman who stands out of the crowd in Nigeria.
so it’s no surprise that I’m building comes first as the costliest mansion in Nigeria which is valued at $700 million dollars.
The unique and magnificent Mansion House constructed by Julius Berger.
It is located in ikoyi Lagos Nigeria and it was rumored that the house is bulletproof.
2 Mike Adenuga’s Mansion
3. Aliko Dangote’s Mansion
Dangote is Africa’s richest man and Nigeria’s wealthiest as at present. He is Dangote Group’s chairman and has a net worth of $10.5 billion. He is the richest black man in the world so what do you think his house would look like?
Notwithstanding its wealth, Dangote was not known to love too much luxury. He lives a moderate living style and really doesn’t show off as others do, so it’s not surprising that his mansion at Federal Capital Territory is valued at Naira 5 billion.
4.Orji Uzor Kalu’s Mansion
Orji Uzor Kalu was a former governor of Abia state, before entering politics he was already a successful entrepreneur with a curiosity in the aviation, oil, and gas, etc.
His building was named after his daughter Camp Neya, which was built in 1998, and is located in his hometown of Igbere. The building has 400 rooms, a conference hall, a football pitch, a pool, a church, a mosque, a clinic, and a police station.
5. Paul And Peter Okoye mansion
Did you see the Mansion at P-Square? If you’re his Instagram follower you’d notice the interior of his majestic building.
They love to show everything from the dining room to the bedrooms in the building and the guest room too.
Built when the 3 brothers began making headlines in the Nigerian music industry, this building is fitted with a swimming pool, deep basement, six living rooms and ten master bedrooms.
The house is Located on Lola Holloway Road, Omole Estate in Lagos, the house is estimated at $1.5 billion and was sold in 2017 because the brothers misunderstood each other.
6. Senator Dino Melaye’s Mansion
Senator Dino Melaye’s likes to showing off, he doesn’t worry about what people have to say to show off all his expensive cars in his garage, everything he does at his leisure.
The Kogi senator paid out a whopping 1.3 billion Naira or (6.5 million US dollars) sometime in 2015 to purchase this property.
This costly mansion boasts leafy trees, decadent candlesticks hanging from its vaulted ceilings and ornate columns in Roman style.
The building is located at 11 Sangha Street, off Mississippi Street, in the Maitama, if you want to visit his building at least to have a view and nothing more, after all, he is our senator representing us.
7. Senator Bola Ahmed Tinubu
It is rumored that the Lagos politics autocrat owns numerous choice houses in Lagos, after all he was a governor and also a senator, we shouldn’t doubt this. His boys are in complete control of the entire South-West.
The Tinubu 65, lives at Ikoyi, 26 Bourdillon Road. His home is a manor house N1 billion.
8. Senator Lee Maeba Mansion
He is from Rivers State and also a senator from the Nigerian Federal Republic. In 2008 the senator for the Rivers State constructed a majestic building worth approximately 1 billion nairas at the time.
This building has about 6 rooms, 50 bulletproof doors as well as an Olympic size pool.
Senator Lee Maeba is once said to spend roughly 17 thousand pounds just to stock the kitchen and all the chefs are trained in overseas and are qualified and on a monthly bill of 150,000 nairas.
The house is said to worth more than 1 billion naira.
9. Linda Ikeji’s House
Linda Ikeji as the wealthiest blogger in Africa remains today, the mother of 1 has to be on our list.
The two-story deluxe house was actually purchased in 2015 and cost 500 million naira as they confirmed this on their Instagram page at that time.
The beautiful building on Banana Island has approximately three floors, including six en-suite suites, two living rooms, a media room, and a cinema room.
10. E-Money’s Mansion
Nigeria’s oil mogul and billionaire, the name of E-Money will not be excluded from our list, his house is priced at 250 million naira and was the city’s talk because of the design of the building, which seems to give the impression that everything in the house is made of gold.
The house has well-furnished living rooms, a dining room, a swimming pool, and a living room. In fact, the Mansion of E-Money is yet another wonder on earth.