- Chief executive officer of Kantanka Automobile, Kwadwo Safo Kantaka Jnr, has turned 35
- Kwadwo Safo Kantaka Jnr turned 35 years old today, February 24
- Family and admirers of the young Ghanaian millionaire have organised a surprise birthday bash to celebrate his new age
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The chief executive officer of Kantanka Automobile, Kwadwo Safo Jnr, is marking his thirty-fifth birthday as his loved ones organise a surprise party to celebrate his new age.
The son of Apostle Kwadwo Safo Kantanka turns 35 years old today, February 24, 2021.
He earlier took to Instagram to share a photo in anticipation of his new age, indicating that God has been good.
Kwadwo Safo Jnr, who is one of Ghana's most successful entrepreneurs and CEOs is being celebrated as he marks thirty-five years of life.
In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh, the young CEO appears with his beautiful wife at his surprise birthday bash organised by family and loved ones to celebrate him.
Kwadwo Safo Jnr and his elegant-looking wife showed up at his birthday dressed in simple but classy outfits.
In the video, the renowned millionaire humbly greets and waves at attendees at the event as he and his adorable wife make an entrance into the venue
YEN.com.gh previously reported that aside from being famed as the CEO of Kantanka Automobile, Kwadwo Safo Kantanka Jnr, is also celebrated as one of the country’s most successful businessmen.
The son of Dr Apostle Kwadwo Safo has etched his name in the history books as one of Ghana’s thriving young men who earned a millionaire status at a very young age.
While he continues to gain attention for the splendid car designs by his automobile company, the true son of the soil is hardly featured as someone who loves his roots as an African.
In other news, Ghanaian ex-convict, Richard Nyarko, who was sentenced to thirty-five years in prison has become a Kingdom representative following his release from jail.
Richard Nyarko: Ghanaian man sentenced to 35 years in jail now wins souls for Christ after his release
Nyarko was handed a thirty-five-year jail sentence for a crime he committed in 1994 after his appeal at the High Court was rejected twice.
Despite the setback, he went on to appeal his sentence the third time, and a judge convinced his colleague judges who presided over Nyarko's case to reduce his sentence by ten years.
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Source: Yen Newspaper