- Astute Ghanaian business titan, Dr Ernest Ofori Sarpong, has disclosed that he built a four-storey building in Accra before he turned 30
- The chief executive officer of multiple flourishing ventures revealed that he's passionate about real estate
- Dr Sarpong opened up about his personal, family, and business life in an interview on DriveOnJoy with Lexis Bill on Joy FM
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Renowned business mogul, Dr Ernest Ofori Sarpong, has disclosed that he built a four-storey building around Opera Square in Accra before he turned 30 years old.
The chief executive officer of several flourishing businesses, including Sarpong Ventures and Special Investments LTD is one of the astute businessmen in Ghana.
The chief executive officer of Special Ice Company opened up about his personal, family, and business life in an interview on the DriveOnJoy show hosted by Lexis Bill on Joy FM.
The scion of the Sarpong family who is a close associate of Dr Osei Kwame Despite disclosed that he comes from a business-minded family.
''My mum was into trading and import when I was growing up. It's a family business though,'' Dr Sarpong told Lexis Bill on DriveOnJoy.
Growing up with five other siblings, Ernest Ofori Sarpong grew up understanding the politics of life and survival, shaping his paradigm in later adult years to make his own mark.
Before turning thirty (30), he had managed to build a four-storey building around Opera Square in Accra, Dr Sarpong said.
Dr Ernest Ofori Sarpong is also into the real estate and construction business can boast of a significant number of estate houses, apartments, numerous office complexes and shops.
Previously, YEN.com.gh reported Ghanaian economist, entrepreneur, and energy specialist, Cletus Baalongbuoro, is helping to address a profound climate crisis by transforming organic waste into cooking fuel.
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The chief executive officer of Ponaa Briquettes formally called Clean Coal Power makes efficient use of organic waste by recycling it into a smokeless, low-cost alternative charcoal that can be used for cooking, replacing wood burning.
Cletus Baalongbuoro, who is an alumnus of the Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI), has been celebrated on social media for his contributions toward addressing climate change.
In other news, a social media user with the Facebook name, Alfred Aborga, has recounted his grass to grace story after finally making it in life.
In a post on his Facebook page, Alfred Aborga disclosed how he and his longtime friend used to sleep on the bare floor in a rented room using their backpacks as pillows.
''I remember when I started life as a man, my buddy and I rented a room from our small savings. We finally got a room and we had nothing ... No bed, no mat, no carpet.''
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Source: Yen Newspaper