According to Ghanaian UK-based Blogger, Chris-Vincent Agyapong who spoke to Nana Aba Anamoah about the fake Range Rover number plate, she even reported the case to the Police after she realised that the number plate was fake.
And according to Chris-Vincent Agyapong’s post on Facebook, Nana Aba Anamoah’s Range Rover was bought by a man, probably one of her good male friends.
It could also be that the Range Rover was a gift from her boyfriend as a way of appreciating her love, care, and support.
The tenth paragraph of Chris-Vincent Agyapong’s post indicates that the Range Rover was a gift from a male.
“After the person’s name was mentioned, she called him and asked about the origin of the number plate, which was the fountainhead of the whole controversy.
“The person was shocked. He said he paid for the car via a dealership and asked for it to be delivered. It was a new unregistered car and he was not aware of any number plate—let alone to be that of another car,” Nana Aba said.”