- Mercedes-Benz Ghana has recognized the first lady in Ghana to purchase and drive the AMG GLE 53 4M+ coupe 2021 model
- The price of this car is currently pegged at $76,500 which is GHc 446,000 when converted into the local currency
- YEN.com.gh has gathered some of the comments Ghanaians shared about this development
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Car manufacturing company, Mercedes-Benz Ghana, has applauded the very first Ghanaian lady to purchase and use its AMG GLE 53 4M+ coupe 2021 model.
In a post made on the official Facebook handle of the firm, pictures of the lady were also attached to show the exact moment the beautiful and expensive car was handed over to her.
"Congratulations to you! First Lady in Ghana to drive the AMG GLE 53 4M+ coupe 2021 model. Work hard play hard- she Mercedes!!!" the caption read.
See the post below:
According to carbuzz.com the price of this car is pegged at $76,500 which is GHc 446,000 when converted into the local currency.
What Ghanaians are saying
Lots of Ghanaians who saw this have been congratulating the lady and sharing their thoughts on her achievement.
Brian Elorm Marrion said:
Congratulations to You on this tremendous feat. You do really inspire Us all! You've taught us that working smart is more prudent than working hard
Nana Afriyie exclaimed:
Spare us with the hard work pays noise wai... Atia has been pounding fufu at the chop bar for 15 years now and can't even afford Tico, u are here talking about hard work
Addo Frank mentioned:
Congrats to her, but she's not the 1st female to drive this type of car. I just saw a lady drive this same type of car on Asante Mampong road. It's black in colour.
Away from that, Sandra A. Martey, a brilliant and beautiful Ghanaian lady graduated from the University of Professional Studies, Accra (UPSA) with a first-class and as the valedictorian of her class in 2019.
This happened 10 years after Sandra started studying Economics with Mathematics at the University of Ghana, Legon (UG).
As narrated by popular blogger, Edward Asare on LinkedIn, Sandra was unable to finish her programme at UG successfully as it was not her passion.
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