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This Is Not A Car Showroom In Dubai – These Cars Belongs To A Ghanaian Female Actress

What am about to show you is not a car show room in Dubai but a cars that belongs to one of our own female actress.

In our part of the world, people are regarded as rich when they owned luxurious cars and mansions. Arguably this Ghanaian female actress is one of the well to do citizen in our country.

She is always at every point, the actress seems to have good taste for class that she rarely takes her eyes off whenever she set her minds to do.

Today am going to show you some luxurious cars of our actress Jackie Appiah.

Jackie Appiah is a Canadian – born Ghanaian actress. She has won several awards and accolades to her name. She became popularly after featuring in a television series, “Things We Do For Love “.

She has a lot of luxurious cars to her credit including Toyota Camry 2008 model, Nissan Murano, 2010 E120, 000 ultra-modern Range Rover, BMW X6 2013 model with the registration number customized with her name.

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