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G-Wagon & More! Guru Names All His Expensive Cars And The Number Of Houses He Owns
 
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03-Nov-2017  
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Arguably, Nana Agyei Maradona aka Guru is one of the richest young Ghanaian musicians judging from the properties he has made for himself as a young man in his early thirties.

The musician says he is not a lover of cars but he has quite a number of them scattered in his garage. Guru on Celebrity Ride with Zionfelix show was reluctant giving the number of cars he has but Zionfelix, host of the programme managed to get him talk about them.

The ‘Samba’ singer on the show disclosed that he has about seven different cars. According to him, five of them are his personal cars and the other two are for his parents who reside outside the country. Explaining why the two other cars are reserved for his mum and dad, the rapper disclosed that they are meant to ease their movement whenever they return to the country for holidays.

Naming the cars he has acquired, the ‘Lapaz Toyota’ hitmaker told Zionfelix that he owns G-Wagon, Ford Explorer, Prado and four other cars he failed to mention their names.

Guru on the show did not just talk about his machines he drives around town but also touched on the number of houses he has. The multiple award-wining Ghanaian rapper who stated that he can boast of more than a house in Accra quickly added that he is also constructing a storey building.

Watch Guru talk about his cars and buildings on Celebrity Ride With Zionfelix show below:


 
 
 
Source: Zion Felix
 
 

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