Bentley, Mercedes, Rolls Royce, Plus More – Despite’s Brother Displays More Than 10 Cars And None Of It Is Cheap!

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Business mogul Osei Kwame Despite‘s brother, Ernest Ofori Sarpong has surfaced online, of course, for obvious reasons.

Photos plus a video that we’ve chanced on shows the brother of Despite is another wealthy man by all standards.

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He’s the CEO of Special Investment Limited and also partners Despite in controlling their conglomerate.

Ernest Ofori Sarpong has a fleet, trust me, all the desirable brands feature; Bentley, Mercedes Benz, Rolls Royce and others.

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Dr Ernest Ofor Sarpong poses with his 1960 Rolls Royce Silver Cloud II

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Dr Ofori Sarpong's The Teslsa Model X

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Dr Ernest Ofori Sarpong 2019 Rolls Royce VIII

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Dr Ofori Sarpong's Rolls Royce Wraith

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Dr Ernest Ofori Sarpong's Bentley Bentayga

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Dr Ernest Ofori Sarpong's Mercedes Benz Cabriolet

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Another Audi R8 owned by Dr Ernest Ofori Sarpong

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Dr Ofori Sarpong's Audi R8

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Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com


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