How Ghanaian tycoon concealed his Benz vehicle in metal carport for 35 years
By Axayman | self meida writer
Published 23 days ago - 1943 views
A most recent essence moving web-based media have to do with a Ghanaian said to be perhaps the most extravagant head honcho in the country during the military rule of the late Jerry John Rawlings.
Per what I have assembled, the obscure man is right now moving on the Ghanaian web since his Benz which he stowed away in a metal carport after Rawlings took steps to stop has been recovered and photographs of it are flooding on the web.
As indicated by report, he concealed the vehicle in the metal carport to keep Rawlings and his men from laying their hands on it.
The story behind this obscure man is that he is one individual who had the option to purchase the best Mercedes Benz during the mid 80s and because of dread of being found, and the vehicle seized by the Rawlings-drovePNDC system, he fabricated a metal carport and shrouded this flawless vehicle there for well being.
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