I own more than 100 houses - NPP chairman, Wontumi brags

I own more than 100 houses - NPP chairman, Wontumi brags

Chairman Wontumi, the Ashanti regional Cchairman of the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP), owns over a hundred houses.

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I own more than 100 houses - NPP chairman, Wontumi brags

I own more than 100 houses - NPP chairman, Wontumi brags

In an interview with Kwabena Anokye Adisi on the Accra-based radio station, Starr FM, the NPP firebrand, Bernard Antwi Boasiako revealed how he built his fortunes through hard work and dedication.

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Wontumi stated that he is a business-minded person who always goes for the best angles in everything he does.

"Life is very easy but the way you want it to be will make it difficult for you so when I was a child my dad taught me how to live my life, so I started life well, at 22 years I knew what I needed to do, in Economics we have something called scale of preference, so I choose what is best for me", he said.

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He noted that, since he had already amassed wealth, he could assure the public that he was not in politics to make money.

I own more than 100 houses - NPP chairman, Wontumi brags

I own more than 100 houses - NPP chairman, Wontumi brags

The NPP chairman also hinted that he used to make one million dollars a day at PPMC saying at the age of 36, he was assembling cars.

"I am not young, I am a businessman, my thoughts are all business oriented. At 22-years, I had built my first 25- bedroom house, I have about hundred houses or more in Kumasi alone. I know what is called money, go to PPMC and check I used to get about one million dollars a day", he continued.

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In the tell-all interview, the NPP chairman, known for his wild comments, spoke on how he used to assemble cars when he was 36 years.

He lamented, "When you go to Japan and Nagasaki you see Toyota cars, I assembled cars called Wontumi. I am the only person who assembled cars in Africa named Wontumi and my trade mark is on it until NDC people took everything, I have some of the cars in Kuntenase, and NDC people took it away from me."

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