Nigerian government is purchasing 53 customized gold iPhones for the celebration of the next Independence Day on October 1, 2013. This information was disclosed by the founder of a British luxury products company Gold and Co, Amjad Ali, to the UK’s the Independent newspaper.
“53 gold iPhones to mark the country’s 53rd year of independence from Britain next month,” Ali said, adding that the order from the Nigerian government “will [be] engraved them with [Nigeria’s] coat of arms, a shield and two horses.”
For the record, a gold-plated device costs between £3000 and £50,000 (N750,000 to 12.5 million), and the customized government’s order is believed to be among the constant premium orders the company gets.
The company has not yet disclosed which Nigerian agency or official made the order and what the final price of the order would be. Joseph Mutah, the spokesman for the Information Minister, Labaran Maku, has been contacted to find out the details of the order by Premium Times, but has taken his time and said he would reply later. Ali’s Gold and Co clients include royal families, governments, and wealthy individuals from across the world.
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