Nana Aba Anamoah’s Range Rover Registration Is Fake – DVLA Makes Official Statement

 Nana Aba Anamoah’s Range Rover Registration Is Fake – DVLA Makes Official Statement

The Driver and Vehicle Licensing Authority of Ghana (DVLA), has reportedly released a statement to address an issue of a conflict in the sighting of same car number for two different cars.

This issue caught the eye of the Authority after the car number seen on a Range Rover birthday gift to GHOne star, Nana Aba Anamoah, was also seen on a Nissan Rogue car that went viral on social media over the weekend.

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According to the supposed report, the Range Rover gift to Nana Aba Anamoah was not registered at all, indicating that the licence was indeed owned by the White Nissan Rogue.

Social media was taken by storm when news went round that Nana Aba Anamoah had been gifted a fresh Range Rover Sports car on the event of her birthday.

Viral videos and photos showed the car with registration number “GR 2050-20” being drivien into the forecourt of GHOne where Nana Aba received it amidst cheers from her colleagues and staff.

After the birthday videos made headlines, some social media users alleged that the car which was supposed to bear that particular licence plate was not a Range Rover but rather a Nissan car.

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Now, the body for registration of vehicles has come out to respond to the matter by indicating that indeed, Nana Aba Anamoah’s birthday gift was not registered with their outfit.

The release further stated that the Authority was still looking into the matter to bring finality to it.

See a photo of the reported release below which was sighed by Zionfelix.net on Instagram.

Zionfelix.net earlier reported that Blakk Cedi, the former manager of BHIM Nation star, Stonebwoy, has waded into the foiled attack launched at former BHIM signee, Kelvynboy in Ashaiman.

According to Blakk Cedi, it was totally wrong for anyone to want to hurt another artiste just because they are trying to make a living.

He went on to debunk claims that Kelvynboy was slapped during the altercation that took place in Ashaiman with videos going viral as a result.

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