- Richard Brown, the father of Nana Aba Anamoah's son has revealed the items in his wardrobe
- According to the fashionista, he has about 350 shoes, 60 pieces of jeans and many others
- Osebo, as he is affectionately called, manages Zara Shop Ghana
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Osebo, a now-famous Ghanaian businessman who is the father of renowned TV personality Nana Aba Anamoah's son has revealed he has a completely stuffed wardrobe.
Richard Brown, as he is also known, manages Zara Shop Ghana and made the revelations in a recent interesting interview with Delay on her YouTube channel.
Delay delved into every part of Osebo's life including his relationship with Nana Aba Anamoah and did not leave out the fashionista's lifestyle.
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According to Osebo, he has over 60 pieces of jeans, 40 blazers, 39 complete suits, about 350 shoes, about 50 slippers, 26 glasses and 43 watches.
This may amaze many but will not come as a surprise to those who know how much Osebo loves fashion and flaunts different kinds of outfits on a regular basis.
Osebo never used to love social media but a moment occurred in 2017 when he grew famous after posting a photo that made it obvious he was the father of Nana Aba's son.
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Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh also reported that popular Ghanaian comedian Clemento Suarez has released another breathtaking, interesting and totally hilarious side of his numerous talents as he spoke exactly like Ghana's former President Jerry John Rawlings.
Suarez unveiled this amazing skill in a radio interview at OkayFM with popular Ghanaian media personality Abeiku Santana.
The Ghanaian comedian did well to respond to very sensitive questions that Abeiku Santana asked him as though he were the former president.
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