Kojo Forex: Ghanaian Millionaire Shows Off Luxurious Cars In Photos, Says "Trust the Process"; Netizens React
- Ghanaian forex trader and private fund manager Kojo Forex has shown off his luxury cars on social media
- He delivered the photo highlighting the evolution of his posh whips and asked netizens to predict his next car
- Online users reacted as many took to the comment section to guess the next car the millionaire will add to his collection of automobiles
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Kojo Forex, a Ghanaian forex trader and private fund manager, displayed a spectacular photo collage on his verified Twitter account showcasing his collection of high-end vehicles.
As the young man posed on one of the customized cars, the picture highlighted the Evolution of his opulent whips.
Kojo Forex inspires his followers
The millionaire, who posted the picture on social media and seemed very upbeat, urged his followers not to look down on their modest beginnings.
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''Evolution of my cars. I own as a Trader. Always trust the process. Guess the specific one I'm buying next! The correct guess wins $100,'' he shared.
Kojo Forex sparks reactions
More than 50,000 had seen the post, garnering 251 retweets, 23 quote tweets, and more than 1,000 likes. YEN.com.gh compiled some of the comments underneath his post.
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Meet the UG graduate who became a millionaire through forex
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh previously reported that after graduating from the University of Ghana, innovative young Ghanaian Kojo Forex found success through forex trading. He is now hosting a free event he calls the KojoForex Expo.
Kojo writes on his Instagram account that on February 12, at the UPSA Auditorium in Accra, the participants will be guided through the fundamentals of trading in the Forex and cryptocurrency markets.
When asked why he was sharing his knowledge for free, Kojo told YEN.com.gh: "The kids deserve the chance to know their fate belongs in their own hands, not employer or government."
Self-taught Ghanaian JHS leaver builds car with his own money
Separately, YEN.com.gh reported that a self-taught Ghanaian mechanic, Emmanuel Geraldo, used his resources to make a car.
The 28-year-old Accra-based craftsman disclosed that he earned more than GH10,000 from selling five of his bikes, money he used to fund his dream of creating an automobile.
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