Sabinus Unveils His New Desert Storm Rangers Open Back Jeep

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Emmanuel Chukwuemeka Ejekwu, also known as Sabinus, a popular Nigerian skit maker, has caused a stir on social media with his recent purchase of the newest model of Desert Storm Rangers Open Back Jeep.

Taking to his Instagram page, the comedian shared pictures of his stylish new vehicle, prompting an outpouring of congratulatory messages from fans and internet users.

The compact yet luxurious car, painted in a vibrant shade of green, is said to be valued at millions of naira.

In the series of photos posted by the comedian, who hails from Port Harcourt, he can be seen posing inside the Jeep, which was elegantly parked at his home.

Sabinus’s Instagram post generated a wave of excitement among his followers, with many expressing their heartfelt congratulations in the comment section.

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Netizens Reactions

fairpmedia stated: “Belike you post the pic to distract yourself from the Liverpool loss 😂😂😂. Well congratulations.”

tobbylyon_vibes said: “Where sabinu they take see money 😮😮”

mrfunny1_ commented: “Liverpool don tire me abeg make I focus on my fine boy 😂😂😂😂”

doublechief__ said: “Na this car you go use o investor😅”

oshiobest_comedy penned: “Sabinus this ur car nah just something way you for borrow make I take go village come back 😂”

freeman.jkyung wrote: “Congratulations my PH king🔥”

veryfairman1 commented: “Congratulations father of laughter 🔥🙌”

Meanwhile, Prince Emeka Ani, a legendary Nollywood actor, has given special praise and thanks to skit maker Sabinus for the manner he treated him after they worked.

He said the skitmaker treated him like a king. Speaking further, the veteran actor revealed that his phone temporarily froze when he received a massive credit notice from Sabinus.

Ani complimented the fellow actor and AMVCA-winning comedian on how well he treated him during the filming process.

In a now-viral video, he said that Sabinus drove a Prado Jeep to pick him up from Asaba, Delta state, for a job that involved creating a skit in Port Harcourt, Rivers state’s capital.

He said that every step of production took 15 minutes, yet he was treated like royalty at a high-end hotel.

He said:

“During my stay, he accommodated me in one of the finest hotels in Port Harcourt and arranged for a Prado Jeep to take me back to Asaba. Truly grateful for the royal treatment. Nobody has given me such respect and priority.
“After shooting a 15-minute skit with Sabinus, I was treated like royalty. He paid me before I even left Asaba, and the alert from him froze my phone for a few seconds.”
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