- A Lamborghini Huracan Spyder that was reportedly stolen has been traced to Ghana after being shipped through Nigeria
- The car is reportedly worth $266,325 or GHc1, 449, 530 and was seen at East Legon in Accra
- The matter has been reported to both the Ghanaian and German authorities
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Luxury Rental Benelux, a car rental company based in Germany claims a Lamborghini car belonging to a client has been stolen.
The car rental company posted on Instagram via its handle, @luxuryrentalbenelux, that the car was rented in June in Zurich, Switzerland.
According to Luxury Rental Benelux, the exotic car which has been located in Germany has a Nigerian number plate customized with the name, "Chosen 1".
Per a report by OMGVoice.com, the case has since been reported to police in both Ghana and Germany, where it was manufactured.
The company promised a cash reward of €10,000 for anyone who has tips regarding the current location of the car and how it can be found.
Meanwhile, another version of the report by Zurich local media, Blick, identified the owner of the car as Deniz Torun .
The specific model of the car is Lamborghini Huracan Spyder (610 hp). The original number plate for the stolen sports car is ZG-27482.
The newspaper reports that Torun said he reportedly rented the car to a young man with a Ghanaian passport in front of the Hilton Airport Hotel in Opfikon ZH, a municipality in Switzerland.
In other news, a politician during the era of the Gold Coast, Joshua Attoh Quarshie, has revealed some facts about Ghana’s first president, Kwame Nkrumah.
According to Quarshie, Nkrumah was a hustler in the United States of America (USA) and not studying for a Ph.D. as it is widely believed.
He explained that rather, Nkrumah used to pump toilets in the USA before he could get food to eat.
He went on to say that the perception that Nkrumah was studying there was a ruse by socialists at that time.
Buttressing his point, Quarshie said Nkrumah admitted he had no P.h.D. when he appeared before the Watson Commission.
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