- Sharaf Mamaha has shown class as he makes public his expensive lifestyle
- The son of former Ghanaian president John Dramani Mahama uploaded new photos on Instagram showcasing his lavish living room with stunning paintings
- Sharaf showed that he's not only a football enthusiast but also a lover of art
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Sharaf, son of former president John Mahama, has shown off his lavish lifestyle as he showcases his expensive and classy living room in new photos.
The 23-year-old son of the immediate former Ghanaian president has maintained a level of status and prestige of his family with no scandal about him.
However, he can't help splurging on showy items such as expensive wall frames and paintings.
Sharaf Mahama showcased his expensive lifestyle in new photos, proving that he is more than a sports enthusiast.
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Appearing in the photos
First, he appears in one of the frames sitting on a centre table whilst flexing his expensive wristwatch. He was also captured in a selfie moment whilst sitting on a couch in a lavish living room.
Sharaf uploaded the photos on Instagram with just an emoji but his followers soon headed to the comment section to share their views on the pictures.
McBrown Shows Off Her Expensive Living Room
The video which has been sighted by YEN.com.gh has the award-winning actress having fun in her plush mansion.
In the short video, McBrown is seen dressed in a bodycon and jamming to one of Medikal's latest songs.
Midway through her dance, McBrown stopped to talk about the gigantic television set fixed on the wall of her expensive-looking living room.
Meet the First Ghanaian President of Graduate Students at Ohio University
Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported that, a student from Ghana, Elikem Joseph Kofi Ziorklui, has been elected as the President of the Graduate Students Senate (GSS) at Ohio University in the United States of America.
Ziorklui makes history as the first Ghanaian to occupy such a position since the inception of the prestigious university, according to a Facebook post by former British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) Deputy Editor, Ben Dotsei Malor.
As President of the Graduate Students Senate, he will advance the interests, concerns, and needs of more than 5,000 Masters and PhD students.