- Ghanaian Afro-pop and Dancehall artiste, Kelvynboy, has purchased a new powerful four-wheel drive
- The sport utility vehicle is worth Gh¢100,000
- Kelvynboy's latest addition follows his exist from the Stonebwoy's Burniton Music Group
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Following his recent exit from the Stonebwoy's Burniton Music Group, Ghanaian Afro-pop and Dancehall artiste, Kelvynboy, has released a brand new SUV.
According to reports, Kelvynboy’s latest addition to his old car is worth Gh¢100,000.
The former Burniton Music signee, launched the brand new Gh¢100,000 SUV weeks after exiting the record label.
Kelvynboy was captured driving into the Zylofon Media premises in his new luxury car.
It appears the African Afrobeat star has started Christmas early and already bagging successes.
Currently, Kelvynboy and Stonebwoy have a thriving rift and the two musicians appear not to see eye-to-eye.
Quite recently, Kelvynboy released his first 'diss' song to Stonebwoy dubbed ‘Yawa No Dey’ featuring M.anifest.
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Meanwhile, for what has become a benevolent ritual, Lance Corporal Simon Agbeko, a kind-hearted Ghanaian police officer who works with the Accra Regional Police Command has once again embarked on fixing damaged state property.
Lance Corporal Simon Agbeko has become notable for giving back to the community and fixing damaged state facilities including street traffic lights.
The junior police officer has been filling in some deadly potholes which threaten the lives of drivers and passengers in Accra for temporal usage. Simon Agbeko first became inspired to patch up some of the road hazards at the Achimota overhead and the Abeka junction after he drove over the particularly pothole.
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