Ernest Ofori Sarpong: Photos & video of the luxury cars of Osei Kwame Despite's brother pop up

Ernest Ofori Sarpong: Photos & video of the luxury cars of Osei Kwame Despite's brother pop up

- Ernest Ofori Sarpong's cars in his garage have popped ina new video and photos on social media

- The video and photos show a very expensive fleet of cars in the businessman's house

- The fleet includes Bentley, Mercedes Benz, Rolls Royce, among others

Ernest Ofori Sarpong, the CEO of Special Investment Limited which produces the range of Special Ice products is undoubtedly one of the wealthiest men in Ghana.

Known to be the brother of popular business mogul Osei Kwame Despite, Ofori Sarpong controls an array of businesses as the partner of Despite.

Just like his brother and many other rich people, Ofori Sarpong likes to spend on luxury cars and he has quite a number of them in his garage.

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A video and photos sighted show the Special Ice man owns about 10 luxury vehicles which's estimated value is around

YEN.com.gh takes you through the businessman's expensive fleet which are all customised with the licence plate "SP".

1. Rolls Royce Silver Cloud (1960):

This classic costs around S60,000 (GHC326,000).

2. Bentley Continental Flying Spur:

This Bentley costs around $60,000 (GHC326,000).

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3. Mercedes Cabriolet:

The Benz is one of two imported into the country by Ofori Sarpong and Despite. It is estimated to cost around $80,000 (GHC435,000)

4. The Tesla Model X:

This car which runs without diesel or petrol is estimated to cost around $100,000 (GHC543,000).

5. Audi R8:

The Audi R8 sells in the region of $200,000 ((GHC1.09m).

6. Another Audi R8:

Ofori Sarpong owns another Audi R8 in white colour.

7. Bentley Bentayga:

The Bentayga is estimated to be worth $200,000 (GHC1.09m).

8. Rolls Royce Wraith:

This Rolls Royce costs in the region of 320,000 (GHC1.74m)

9. 2019 Rolls Royce VII:

One of his latests, this car sells around I-$450,000 (GHC2.45m).

10. Rolls Royce Cullinan:

Ofori Sarpong is credited as the first person to have brought a Cullinan which costs around S450,000 (GHC2.45m) into Ghana.

Check a video of his garage below:

The total cost of the cars featured is GHC11,540,000 million.

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