- A Ghanaian mechanic with Al Khaleej Automobiles in Muweilah, Sharjah, in Dubai has won a brand new Tesla Model 3 whip
- Abdul Gani won the deluxe car at the just-ended LuLu Exchange Send Smart Win Smart contest
- He entered eight transactions during the campaign period from September 1 to December 31, 2021
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Abdul Gani, a Ghanaian mechanic with Al Khaleej Automobiles in Muweilah, Sharjah in Dubai, has become the proud owner of a brand new Tesla Model 3 car, Omgvoice reports.
He won the whip as part of the mega draw at the just-ended LuLu Exchange Send Smart Win Smart contest.
The native of Drobo in Ghana, now a UAE resident, first arrived in the Western Asian country in 2019 for greener pasture but returned to Ghana after failing to secure a better opportunity.
In March 2021, he relocated to Dubai, where he got a job with his current employer. The new year has also showered blessing on him.
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Gani, a regular customer of LuLu Exchange, entered eight transactions during the campaign period from September 1 to December 31, 2021, and won.
Former Student of Achimota School Wins GCA Nat'l Women's Chess Championship
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh previously reported that, a former student of Achimota School Tobi Felix has won the Ghana Chess Association National Women's Chess Championship for the fifth consecutive time.
She finished with 8.5 points after nine rounds of play, making a draw in the final round. Tobi is still the number one undisputed women's chess player in Ghana.
Maud Benson, also an Achimotan, came in second in the tournament. With their achievements, the duo has inspired other members of the chess community to continue breaking glass ceilings and setting global records.
Former Achimota School Wins Art Contest
Also, a former student of Achimota School, Bright Korbla Alornyo, triumphed over other contestants to win the maiden edition of the Ghana-Peru Art Contest held at the University of Ghana.
The Embassy of Peru in Ghana Wednesday, July 28, 2021, launched the Ghana-Peru Arts Contest as part of activities to mark the 200th independence anniversary celebration of the Republic of Peru.
The award ceremony was later held at the Great Hall of the University of Ghana, Legon, on November 30, 2021.
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