- Atu Mould, the CEO Makam Plant Hire, passed away on November 17, 2020, after he was unwell for a while
- The nephew to Alex Mould's fleet of cars has surfaced in photos fast trending on social media
- Atu Mould was the son of Sati Ocran and George Mould
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Photos of the many luxurious vehicles owned by the late Atu Mould have surfaced online and are already gathering myriads of reactions from social media users.
The astute Ghanaian businessman, Atu Mould, was reported dead in the early hours of Tuesday, November 17, 2020, as was earlier indicated.
The photos gathered by YEN.com.gh with reference from Celebritiesbuzz.com.gh show several vehicles lined up in their garage exuding aesthetic red and black colours.
See an announcement from Alex Mould, the uncle of Atu Mould below:
Atu Mould, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Makam Plant Hire's cause of death was not fully confirmed but it is reported that he has been unwell.
Former CEO of Ghana National Petroleum Corporation, Alex Mould, who is an uncle to the deceased stated that Atu Mould was the son of Sati Ocran and George Mould.
See the photos of Atu's fleet of cars below:
Fleet of beautiful red cars with the natural dark sky in the background
Another shot at the cars from behind
Beautiful shot in broad daylight
In another interesting report by YEN.com.gh, Ghanaians have created a viral trend on Twitter with the hashtag 4MoreToStealMore amid the latest development that Ghana's special prosecutor, has resigned
On Monday, November 16, 2020, news broke of the resignation of Ghana's first special prosecutor, Martin Alamisi Benz Kaiser Amidu and many have been indicating that it proves the Nana Addo government has a lot to hide.
In the trend that is already catching a lot of attention, many have cited other incidents under the Nana Addo reign that shows if he's given four more years, he might simply continue in the same trend.
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