- Diamond Appiah has flaunted her huge mansion on social media
- The all-white mansion was unveiled at the all-white party of the one-time politician
- Many prominent people made appearances at the plush party
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Actress and top entertainment personality. Diamond Appiah, has opened up her expensive all-white mansion for the viewing pleasure of the public.
The popular Ghanaian socialite and politician rode on the occasion of 33rd all-white birthday to show off her huge edifice for the very first time.
In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh, the house which is located in East Legon Hills was opened for all to see amid a lot of fanfare.
The night on which the gates of Diamond Appiah's building were opened saw many stars and top personalities coming to join in the fun as they celebrated with Diamond.
The all-white mansion which is well-detailed in architectural designs was brightly lit by sophisticated lightning systems, bringing out the beauty.
Diamond's new home also houses a huge customized swimming pool which has the actress's name engraved at the bottom.
The mansion also boasts of a huge compound that can accommodate many cars and also has more than one garage.
The huge pillars that support the main house is a beauty to behold and it is believed that the building consists of many rooms.
Diamond's double celebration which included a house opening and warming and also a birthday party, saw the best of the best in all industries in attendance.
The likes of Rev Owusu Bempah, Grace Omaboe, Kalsoume Sinare, Selassie Ibrahim, Akofa Edjeani, Vicky Zugah, Beverly Afaglo, TV3's MzGee, former minister Dzifa Gomashie, Nana Agradaa, veteran music producer Fred Kyei Mensah, Mark Okraku Mantey, Appietus, and many more attended the party.
Meanwhile, the Ghana chapter of the United Nations (UN) has issued an official press release and disclaimed any knowledge of Dr. Kwame Fordjour or his United Nations-themed awards.
In the disclaimer sighted by YEN.com.gh and fast going viral on social media, the reputable outfit indicated that its attention had been drawn to an award scheme purporting to be linked to the organisation and the Kofi Annan Foundation.
The disclaimer stated categorically that it did not have anything to do with Dr Kwame Fordjour or his "Blueprint Global Challenge Awards".
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