- Popular Ghanaian business executive Kofi Amoabeng turns plus one today and the internet is flooded with wishful thoughts
- The celebrated successful man has shared some dapper photos of himself to commemorate his 70th birthday and social media is going gaga
- Fans are finding it difficult to believe his age as many of them are of the view that he looks more like a person in his 50's
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Founder of defunct UT Bank and all the other groups under it, Prince Kofi Amoabeng, has stormed the internet with stunning photos as he turns plus one today.
Prince Kofi Amoabeng turned 70 years today, February 22, 2022, and the internet is going crazy about his dazzling photos with wishful thoughts.
The business mogul shared seven dapper and fresh looking photos which has caused a frenzy on the internet with many netizens saying he looks younger than his age.
Shot by Manuel Photography, the business executive rocked a couple of white bespoke kaftan and matched it perfectly with half black shoes as he posed beautifully for the photo.
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The former military man years back seen in some photos that hit the internet looking supposedly poor because his face was left untrimmed.
Those photos received a lot of attention especially sympathy and some cold reception. But from the photos of his 70th birthday, you could tell he is overly okay and fit plus finer than ever before.
7 Times Nana Ama McBrown and Baby Maxin Matched Outfits
Ghanaian actress and media personality, Nana Ama McBrown, and her daughter , Maxin Mawushi Mensah who turned 3 years today, February 21, 2022 are true style gems.
Maxin and McBrown, have made very laudable fashion statements together in same mother-and -child outfits or matching outfits.
The two have so many things in common, from their great sense of fashion, to their highly spirited personalities as well as their infectious smiles.
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