Bugatti Veyron Lands In Africa – Guess Who’s The Owner | Video + Photos

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Just when you think you’ve seen everything in Africa, bang then somebody surprises all of us.

This is probably one of Africa’s most expensive car at the moment, and just landed a few days ago.

Information About Bugatti Veyron

The Bugatti Veyron EB 16.4 is a mid-engine sports car, designed and developed in Germany by the Volkswagen Group worth $2 Million and over and it has just landed in Africa.

Who Is The Owner Of This Luxury Car?

The big question I’m sure everyone dying to know is who owns this incredible sports machine?

In Ghana, when we talk of business moguls who fancy cars, the names like Dr. Osei Kwame Despite, Dr. Ernest Ofori Sarpong, Kennedy Agyapong, Ken Pong, Asamoah Gyan, among many other tycoons who are car enthusiasts are always listed.

Unfortunately, this luxury car is not owned by a Ghanaian, but a Zambian businessman.

The fast trending news on this luxurious car got the team members and staff at to make more enquiry on who the owner is and per information gathered it belongs to a Zambian businessman, Ian Chamunorwa Nyarungwe Haruperi.

Information About Ian Chamunorwa Nyarungwe Haruperi.

Ian Chamunorwa Nyarungwe Haruperi is a Johannesburg & Dubai based businessman.

He operates as a loan-shark in Lusaka.

Iam Chamunorwa Nyarungwe Haruperi is the same loan shark that had taken a Kalusha Bwalya house.

Kalusha Bwalya borrowed US$ 26,000 from Haruperi in 2008, and placed his mansion as collateral in Woodlands.

He didn’t get to pay back. Haruperi attacked the house. Kalusha was on trial but lost the case.

Information Gathered By from Zambian Revenue Authority About The Car:

Documents from the Zambia Revenue Authority show that Zambian businessman called Ian Chamunorwa Nyarungwe Haruperi brought in the much talked about high-value car, the Bugatti Veyron.

On the documents of the Zambian Revenue Authority (ZRA), it shows that the car is older than 5 years as he only paid K41,000 as a duty.

The vehicle had been airfreighted and brought in via Emirate Airline and landed on Monday at Kenneth Kaunda International Airport.

Watch the video below as the German Machine landed in Zambia.

See photos of the car below: