Ghanaian Millionaire Gives Tour of his Luxury Boutiques at Kempinski and Stanbic Heights

Ghanaian Millionaire Gives Tour of his Luxury Boutiques at Kempinski and Stanbic Heights

  • A hard working Ghanaian man has recently given a tour of his boutique in an interview with Zion Felixs
  • In the video sighted by, Nana Sarfo revealed the different types of designer products he sells
  • Kempinski hotel and Stanbic heights are the two places his boutique, Savile Row Ghana is located

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Nana Sarfo, the chief executive officer of a luxury shop in Ghana known as Savile Row Ghana has granted an interview with Zion Felix on his YouTube channel where he gave him a tour of his shop.

He shared that the name of his shop was inspired by a street in London.

The wealthy looking man shared in a video that he has three shops located at the Stanbic Heights in Accra and three at the Kempinski Hotel.

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Rich Ghanaian man gives tour of his boutique
Nana Sarfo with Zion Felix Photo credit: Zionfelix TV
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Some of the items in the store are designer bags, shoes, belts among others.

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The designers he mentioned were Dolce and Gabbana, Valentino, Givenchy among others.

A belt was priced at Ghc18,270 ($3000) and some of the prices of the bags he sells are Ghc47,502 ($7,800), Ghc19,488 ($3200), Ghc7,300 ($1,200), Ghc14,311 ($2350), Ghc39,585 ($6500).

Nana gave a detailed tour of his shop in the video linked below;

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Sean Solomon Frimpong: Meet the Youngest Successful Ghanaian Tyre Dealer in the UK earlier reported that Sean Solomon Frimpong, a successful UK based Ghanaian has granted an interview with DJ Nyaami on SVTV Africa where he shared his journey to becoming a top tyre dealer in the United Kingdom.

Solomon shared that he moved from Kumasi in the Ashanti Region to the UK in 1998 right after completing secondary school. Just after getting to the UK, he got a chance to work with a tyre company where he was paid £140 (Ghc1,175) per week.

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According to Sean, his hard work over the years got him a promotion and he used to save £100 every week. He worked with different companies in the tyre business and made good money.

Eventually, he decided to venture into his own business and currently has five branches in the UK. He was advised by his friend one day to look into investing in Ghana to which he paid heed to.

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