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Meet the Old man who is trending on social media; Read what he did

Sports writer, Saddick Adams (Sports Obama) has shared an anecdote about a rich finance manager in the beginning of previous President Rawlings' PNDC system who obtained a Mercedes Benz yet needed to it cover up in a carport for a very long time. 

As per him, the money manager, Alhaji Agyaa, was constrained to secure his outlandish and extravagant vehicle in an exceptionally made metallic carport to save it from being seized by the late ex-president. 

"For the individuals who filled in BA [the then Brong Ahafo Region], this man was rich and mainstream in the 1970-80s. He was the solitary mogul who could obtain this Mercedes in the mid 80s when JJ Rawlings was Military pioneer. Rawlings needed to hold onto the vehicle so the man-made an extraordinary metal carport to shroud the vehicle," Saddick Adams uncovered on Twitter. 

He further unveiled that the carport was constrained open after more than 35 years, adding that the vehicle being referred to was famous in the local where Alhaji Agyaa resided and everybody made endeavors to get a brief look at it. 

"This vehicle used to be all the rage in Techiman. Saw this on Anas Sabit Facebook. 

"Alhaji Agyaa was his name. The vehicle was famously called "Alhaji Agyaa Benz," he composed. 

After Sddick Adams' post on Facebook, a few group who knew the man and his 'detained' vehicle took to the stage to share their recollections. 

One @boyfriction said: "He's as yet alive and sound, those days I recall when we pip through the carport to watch this vehicle, we were told the vehicle flies, it has an assault rifle. This man is an incredible man." 

Another Facebook client distinguished as Jibril Idris stated: "The man is as yet alive. He remains at Techiman zongo." 

Here are a few photos of the Alhaji Agyaa Benz being uncovered from the carport after more than thirty years.

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