Iyanya Gets Customized 18k Gold Watch From Anthony Dzamefe Of Caveman Watches In Ghana

Iyanya Gets Customized 18k Gold Watch From Anthony Dzamefe Of Caveman Watches In Ghana

  • Nigerian artist Iyanya has gotten a customized 18k gold watch from Caveman Watches, a prominent watchmaker in Ghana
  • The CEO of Caveman, Anthony Dzamefe, shared the news on Twitter, posting a picture of the watch and himself alongside Iyanya
  • Anthony has told YEN.com.gh some interesting facts about such bespoke watches they make

Iyanya Onoyom Mbuka, a renowned Nigerian artist, has recently made a luxurious acquisition, getting a customized 18k gold watch from Ghana's prominent watchmaker, Caveman Watches.

The CEO of Caveman, Anthony Dzamefe, took to his Twitter handle to share the news, posting a message that read, "18k Gold watch Job done for the bro. @iyanya @cavemanwatches."

Along with the tweet, Anthony also shared a captivating picture of the exquisite watch and a snapshot featuring himself and Iyanya enjoying a pleasant time together after the exchange.

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Iyanya's watch from Caveman
Iyanya has purchased an expensive watch from Ghana Photo credit: @anthonydzamefe
Source: Twitter

Speaking to YEN.com.gh, Anthony explained that depending on technical factors, such a luxury watch can take a number of days.

"It takes about 4 days on average, depending on some technical factors. The prices of bespoke watches range from $8000 upwards. However, this is not the price of Iyanya's watch. His is not disclosed," he said.

The news of Iyanya's watch, has created a buzz among fans and watch enthusiasts alike. Some of their comments can be seen below.

@abrantiekwaku2 asked:

a little clarity bro, does the 18k stand for the price of the watch or the K stands for Karats of gold?

@AmSamuelish commented:

Sir, first of all, you're doing great stuff with your brand - very indigenous and classy. I'm a big fun of watches and your brand. I'd want to ask why you mostly used "blue/purple" for the "inner diameter"? Thanks

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Anthony Dzamefe: How Ghanaian CEO moved from selling on the street in Accra to start a luxury watch brand

As YEN.com.gh previously reported, early on, in Ho in Ghana's Volta Region, with his birth mother, Anthony Dzamefe's turbulent entrepreneurial adventure began.

He had a very limited understanding of what it takes to launch, manage, and sustain a business at the time. He knew that his mother's business endeavors were survival strategies that required his and his three brothers' assistance.

Iyanya explains how Yvonne Nelson got to endorse her book in which she 'bashed' him

Meanwhile, Iyanya Onoyom Mbuka has discussed how Yvonne Nelson's memoir harmed him after it was published.

The Kukere hitmaker claimed that the disclosures about him in the book were unexpected because he had spoken with her just before the book's release.

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Source: YEN.com.gh

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Ebenezer Agbey Quist (HOD Human-Interest) Ebenezer Agbey Quist is the Head of the Human Interest Desk at YEN.com.gh. He has a BSc in Chemical Engineering from KNUST (2017) with 8 years of experience as a writer and 3 years as an editor. He has certificates in AFP courses on digital investigation techniques. At YEN.com.gh, Ebenezer has won the Outstanding Achievement for Professional Conduct Award and the Best Human Interest Editor Award. He is also the author of 3 books. You can contact him via ebenezer.quist@yen.com.gh.