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Mr. Amani Jackson is a powerful business man who lives in the Eastern Region of Ghana. He owns most of the businesses in the Eastern Region of Ghana. He acquired his wealth from his cocoa farm and other businesses that he owns. He is happily married to a beautiful wife. He has four kids.
Just this afternoon, Mr. Amani Jackson left home to his workplace and unfortunately his car caught fire on the road. He immediately stepped out of the car and he remembered he has left his 50,000 Ghana Cedis in the Car. Due to this, he called for a fire service to his rescue. By the time the fire service had arrived the money has already burnt into ashes. According to Mr. Amani Jackson, he was on his way to deposit the money into his bank account.
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