Within the past few years, the issue of Rolls Royce, the super classic, phenomenal and luxurious car had consistently attracted the attention of some people in the country and had also uplifted individuals status and recognition in the society.
Due to it's aesthetic, finest and expensive nature, not all individuals are able to acquire and in Ghana, only some few business moguls and tycoons have had the chance to splash some Dollars and Cedis in exchange for the world's most revered luxurious brand.
Out of the number of individuals that own the Rolls Royce, I have decided to trim it down and picks the top five and display them for Ghanaians to have a look at this super human vehicles as well as the owners.
Now let's set the ball rolling with the top five personalities with the Rolls Royce;
1. His Royal Majesty, Otumfour Osei Tutu II
2. Dr Richard Asiedu
3. Dr Osei Kwame Despite
4. Kennedy Agyapong
5. Kwadwo Nkansah Lil Wayne
6. Bishop Daniel Obinim
7. Reverend Obofour
8. Ibrahim Mahama
9. Ibrah 1
10. Nana Bediako
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