One of Ghana’s youngest rich people, Nana Wan, has opened a plush supermarket estimated to have cost millions of Ghana cedis.
The supermarket known as Uni-Life is located inside the P-Cular Heights building at the Rawlings Circle in Madina.
Uni-Life Supermarket occupies two floors in the building. While the ground floor has groceries and other household items in stock, the first floor deals with furniture for homes and offices.
Nana Wan announced his new supermarket by sharing pictures from the grand opening of the shop. According to the young man, his shop's items were of the highest quality.
' "UNI-LIFE SUPERMARKET is an industry leading grocery store. Our products are made of the highest-quality ingredients, and we guarantee to only serve you with the freshest products. Our prices are flexible and our yummy foodies will surely make you come back for more! Want to know more about our products , services and team members ? Simply stop by the Store!!! Uni-Life Supermarket For Life," he wrote.
Born Nana Kwame Wiafe, Nana Wan is the CEO and owner of Wiafe Group of Companies and the President of 2Hype Music. His date of birth is unknown but he is speculated to in his early 30s.
Nana Wan who often appears in the news for his flashy lifestyle is known to own expensive cars and houses in Accra.
About two years ago, Nana Wan came up in the news over a supposed confession of him saying that he used over 100 babies including two from his sister for money rituals.
He, however, came up to deny that an imposter had made those claims and that he was out of the country at the time the supposed confession hit social media.
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