Nigerian activist, Deji Adeyanju, has acquired a Dodge Challenger SRT 392,
The Convener of Concerned Nigerians revealed this via his Twitter account.
In the social media post, the former New Media Director to the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), said:
“Bought myself a 2020 speed machine as birthday gift some weeks ago since activist cannot drive Ferrari. Hope it gets here before D-Day. And sold my Benz today.”
On Monday, December 23, 2019, images of Deji Adeyanju of the Concerned Nigerians group emerged. In the emerges, the activist was clubbed, kicked from all sides, beaten, his shirt and pants torn, he was made to fall from a moving car and was dragged through the tarmac like a common criminal. Dodge Challenger SRT 392
He was left to lie in a pool of his own blood afterwards, bruised, in agony and left for dead.
Dodge Challenger SRT 392
In recent years, the Chevrolet Camaro, Dodge Challenger and Ford Mustang have contested the muscle-car class.
The Dodge Challenger is the name of three different generations of automobiles. Two of them being pony cars. Dodge is produced by American automobile manufacturer Dodge. Dodge Challenger SRT 392
The high-performance “SRT-8” trim was retired, replaced by SRT 392
The Challenger differs from the Mustang and Camaro with its larger size, unabashed retro look and boulevard-cruiser attitude. The Challenger’s bigger size allows for much more backseat room and a sedan-size trunk, but don’t think this means the Challenger is tame by comparison. Dodge Challenger SRT 392
You have a wide variety of choices, ranging from the 305-horsepower SXT V6 up to the drag-strip-dominating Demon and its potential for 840 horsepower. When pitted against its rivals, the 2018 Dodge