Adorned in a new hairstyle, the leader of the Marlians, Naira Marley, steps out in style from a Jeep Wrangler Sahara Unlimited in a new photo.
The 26-year old Naira Marley, who is married to two women and has four children, recently published the photo on his Instagram account. See the photo below.
Jeep Wrangler Sahara Unlimited
The Jeep Wrangler Sahara Unlimited belongs to a series of compact and mid-size that has been manufactured by Jeep since 1986.
The Sahara Unlimited is one of the most recognizable of the Jeep Wrangler line up. It is a four-wheel-drive off-road SUV that is a four-door version of Jeep’s iconic Wrangler SUV.
Like its two-door sibling, the Wrangler Unlimited offers a removable roof, several trim levels and a long list of customization options and accessories.
It offered impressive off-road capability, but a larger turning circle made it less manoeuvrable than the two-door Wrangler. It also had other Wrangler drawbacks, including a rough, noisy ride and sloppy handling on-road, along with poor reliability. We found sluggish acceleration from the 3.8-liter V-6 in our 2010 test, and EPA-estimated fuel economy was an unimpressive 17 mpg combined.
The Marlian Movement
Azeez Fashola known professionally as Naira Marley is known as the leader or “president” of his controversial fan base, called the “Marlians”.
The Marlian movement is driven by certain philosophies, belief and views. Marley is the chief promoter of these philosophies.
The Marlian philosophies propagate tenents such as not caring about what people think or say about them; so long, it makes them happy. It also supports a controversial lifestyle known as “no manners”.
Marlians also don’t wear belts. Those who abide by this particular tenents are known as ‘No Belt Gangs’ (NBG).
However, the most condemnable of the philosophies is one that promotes the belief that cybercrimes or ‘Yahoo-Yahoo’ is acceptable.
The ‘Marlian movement has gotten quite some endorsements from some celebrities and popular figures. They include Davido, Wizkid, Richard Mofe-Damijo, Toke Makinwa, DJ Cuppy. Others include Kemi Omololu-Oluloyo, Joe Abah (a former Director-General of the Bureau of Public Service Reforms), Zlatan Ibile, etc.