- Kofi Amoabeng has been captured giving some powerful dance moves on camera
- The former UT Bank boss whose bank collapsed during the banking crisis in Ghana seems to be doing well
- In the video, he had taken some break during his golf exercise to shake his body a little
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It is an open secret that when businesses are closed down by governments and authorities, the employees get hit hard but usually, the owners themselves live well thereafter.
This appears to be the case for the founder of the Ghanaian financial institution, UT Bank, which was closed down during the banking crisis in Ghana.
In a video that has surfaced on social media, Kofi Amoabeng was spotted dancing wildly when he took a short break from playing golf.
Watch the video below:
The Ghanaian businessman and former military officer of the Ghanaian Armed Forces was alleged to have misappropriated funds from the bank.
Amoabeng was reportedly standing trial for allegedly stealing about GH¢100 million from customers of the defunct UT Bank.
He was said to have invited people to invest with the bank, but failed to credit the investors’ accounts and rather transferred the money to UT Holdings, the parent company of the defunct bank.
In other captivating news, Deloris Frimpong Manso, popularly known as Delay, has conducted yet another interview that is groundbreaking, as part of what is her usual trademark.
In the video sighted by YEN.com.gh on her official YouTube channel, Precious Mensah, who is affectionately called PM was interviewed.
Delay dug into the personal life of the former Di Asa winner to the point of making her explain how she manages to take her bath and respond to the reports of her being denied travel because of her size.
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