- Dr Richard Kofi Asiedu has posed alongside his customised Rolls Royce 2021 and Bentley 2021 whips
- The deluxe cars are reported to be worth $311,900 and $245,000 each
- Dr Asiedu is the chief executive officer of Saint (St) Andrews Group of Schools and Companies
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Ghanaian business titan and millionaire, Dr Richard Kofi Asiedu, has posed alongside his fleet of deluxe cars including his newly acquired Rolls Royce 2021 and Bentley 2021.
The chief executive officer of Saint (St) Andrews Group of Schools and Companies is used to treating himself to expensive gifts.
Dr Asiedu is making the trends after he was spotted in front of his garage with the line-up of luxurious vehicles.
The native of Agona Kwanyako in the Central Region is the owner of a dozen schools and businesses, including the St Andrews SHS in Assin Fosu, St Andrews SHS in Dunkwa-on-Offin, St Andrews in SHS Mankessim, Ultimate Remedial college and Rich FM, an affiliate station to Peace FM, and others flourishing ventures.
Dr Asiedu who also owns expensive exotic and deluxe cars posed for the camera beside two of his plush rides.
The prize of the 2021 Rolls Royce is worth $311,900 while the Bentley is estimated between $177,000 - $245,000.
The photo of the renowned businessman posing beside his expensive cars with customised number plates has made the trends and gathered reactions on social media.
Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported Ghanaian entrepreneur and designer, Joseph Mensah, is the founder of Joemens, a shoemaking company that produces quality leather dress shoes and footwear.
At age five, Joseph Mensah developed a disability after he was infected with measles and was rendered disabled after receiving an injection to help with the symptoms.
Mensah had a turbulent childhood owing to the disability, which affected his education. He was made to drop out of school at class five (5) as a result.
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Though she has found a way to cope with the difficulty, she combines her work as a sports commentator with her education at the Ghana Institute of Journalism (GIJ), where she's pursuing a programme to advance her career.
While growing up, Yeboah had nurtured her childhood passion of becoming a footballer but had to abandon the dream after she fell sick at the time.
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