A new authentic sneaker shop, Exclusive club Ghana have opened for business in Accra.
Located on the Spintex road, Soro Mall, the 100 percent original shop was opened for business last Saturday at a very colourful event.
The shops according to executives’ hope will change the way consumers shop for their favourite sneakers and apparel.
Speaking to the owner of the store in a one on one interview, he expressed his passion for music and wants Ghanaian music stars and celebrities to have access to authentic apparels anytime they need them for their works
The store is stocked with high earned shoes ranging from designers like Gucci, Balenciaga, Ghana’s own Virgil Abloh’s Off White, Kanye West’s Yeezys, Christian Louboutins among others
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Nollywood actress, Regina Daniels, steps out with her 59-year-old husband, Ned Munir Nwoko customized Ferrari in Abuja.
She has been cruising his exotic rides around town since the news of their rumoured marriage started making the rounds online.
The 21-year old wife number 5 recently took the elderly man to the club to party.
Nwoko who is a billionaire politician and businessman wore a pair of sneakers as he struggled to fit it.
Popular South African Socialite, pantless dancer, Zodwa Libram Libram, has decided to go coffin shopping as she acquired one for a whooping 150,000 Rands, whichs equals over 4 million naira.
Sharing the photos of her purchase on her social media, Instagram and Facebook, Zodwa stated that she has bought the coffins because she doesn’t fear death.
Because we’ll all die someday and that she doesn’t want to die and it’ll become a problem for her family to buy her common coffin.
She wrote: “Death. Black Society is Scared to talk about Death. My Coffin is 150k. Are you ready or your Family is still gonna Run around? I don’t want Zodwa Wabantu was Famous now there’s no Money to Bury her”
Operatives of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, Ibadan Zonal Office have arrested seven more suspected internet fraudsters. The suspects include, Ola Sam, Demeji Abiola, Segun Isaac, Oyinloye Jubril, Bamidele Adeboyega, Hassan Afeez and Sanni Muyideen.
A statement from the antigraft agenvcy says they were rounded up at Poly Road and Sanyo area of Ibadan, Oyo State, on February 1 and 4, 2019.
Their arrest followed action on a series of intelligence report linking them with various forms of internet fraud.
They were alleged to be involved in love scam on different dating sites, through which they fraudulently obtain money from unsuspecting victims.
At the point of arrest, EFCC operatives recovered two different models of exotic cars, laptops, telephones and several documents containing false pretences, including international passports, and ATM cards.
They will be charged to court as soon as investigation is completed.