- Nana Aba Anamoah has flaunted a registered Range Rover on her birthday
- She claimed it was a gift from someone to mark her special day
- The DVLA has issued a statement on the said vehicle saying it has not been registered in its records
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The Driver and Vehicle Licensing Authority (DVLA) has said the supposed registered Range Rover presented to Nana Aba Anamoah as a birthday gift is fake.
In a statement issued by the authority, it is stated that the car with the registration number GR 2050-20, has not been in the register of the DVLA.
The DVLA warned that it is not allowed for anyone to drive a car which is not duly registered with the authority, therefore, owners of the black Range Rover should do the needful.
From what has been gathered from the DVLA's statement, Anamoah then lied about the gift she flaunted on her birthday.
Her action would leave many people wondering the kind of attention she wanted for herself for which reason she had to tell such a lie.
Anamoah was 'all over' on her birthday on June 19, 2020.
Some people had earlier said that the Range Rover gift was fake.
She quickly reacted to the allegation saying that she was tired and fed up with Ghanaians.
Her statement meant that she had truly received the gift but some people, perhaps, those envious of her, wanted to ruin her reputation.
Now, the DVLA has said it all telling the whole truth about the said birthday gift.
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