Young rich businessman Ibrahim Daouda popularly known as Ibrah One has made a wish which appears to be an impossible one.
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In an Instagram story post on Ibrah One official handle, the businessman stated that when he dies, he will need an internet connection in his grave.
One will wonder what a dead man will internet for, but Ibrah One explained that in death he will need the internet to access information from both the spiritual and the physical world.
"When I die, I need internet in my grave so I can be getting updates from both the spiritual and human world," Ibrah One said.
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They say with money, everything is possible. Let us wait and see if it will be possible to get dead people using the internet in their graves
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Ibrah One had added a new G-Wagon G63 2020 model to his fleet of cars.
The new G-Wagon, YEN.com.gh understands, is estimated to be worth $250,000 (over GHC1.4 million).
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Ibrah One announced his new acquisition with a video of the powerful car on his social media handle.
In the video sighted by YEN.com.gh, Ibrah One showed the front and sides of the new car which is white in colour.
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Later in the video, the outspoken businessman's car was seen being driven around in town. Sharing the video on his Instagram stories, Ibrah One duly indicated that the car was the new addition to his fleet.
"A white (G63) G-Wagon2020 model just added to my fleet of cars," Ibrah captioned the video.
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