- Citi FM/TV general manager, Bernard Koku Avle, has received a new car as his 40th birthday present
- The car gift was a present from the chief executive officer of Citi FM/TV, Samuel Atta Mensah
- Avle has been spotted taking his luxury vehicle for a test drive along with a colleague
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The general manager of Citi FM/TV, Bernard Koku Avle, has received a brand new car as a birthday present from the chief executive officer of Citi FM/TV, Samuel Atta Mensah.
Avle who is also the host of the Citi Breakfast Show on Citi FM clocked 40 years old today, May 20, 2021.
The renowned TV and radio personality has received tons of birthday compliments from his family and loved ones as he marks his new age.
To celebrate his 40th birthday, Bernard Koku Avle received a brand new car as his birthday gift from the company's CEO.
In a video shared online, he appears extremely elated about the car gift as he takes a colleague at Citi FM/TV for a test drive amidst applause from the staff.
Watch the video below:
Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo's public and family life has been well-documented since he shot into prominence as a political figure.
The scion of former Ghanaian president Edward Akufo-Addo honed his political career at a very young age in Ghana and United Kingdom.
Edward Akufo-Addo from Akropong-Akuapem was Ghana's third Chief Justice from 1966 to 1970, Chairman of the 1967–68 Constitutional Commission, and the non-executive President of Ghana from 1970 till 1972.
President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, aged 77, exchanged vows with Rebecca Akufo-Addo, after his earlier marriages to Remi and his second wife Eleanor Nkansah-Dwamina failed.
In a separate story, after years of deferring his childhood dream, UK-based Ghanaian, Kwesi Manny, has earned his private pilot licence to become a certified pilot.
Court fines mechanic GHS960 or in default serve an 8-week jail term for destroying Akufo-Addo’s fence wall
Kwesi's childhood passion faced impediments due to the financial burden involved in taking lessons to become a qualified pilot.
This confined his dreams to flying simulator games until all changed in January 2020 when he and his wife finally made the big decision to put all their effort into helping him to pursue his childhood dream, he said.
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