‘Wife snatcher’ Ibrahim Mahama bought Range Rover, house at Trasacco for Haija4Real – Chairman Wontumi alleges

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Ashanti Regional Chairman of the New Patriotic Party, Bernard Antwi Bosiako popularly referred to as Chairman Wontumi has alleged that the brother of former President Mahama, Ibrahim Mahama is the one behind the expensive gifts socialite, Hajia4Real, received on her birthday over the weekend.

Hajia4Real, an entrepreneur and social media influencer on her birthday was gifted with a sleek Range Rover and a mansion at Trasacco Valley Estate after she threw a lavish party, of which businessman, Ibrahim Mahama was present.

Speaking in an interview on Wontumi TV and monitored by ABC News, the Ashanti Regional Chairman of the NPP accused Ibrahim Mahama of buying expensive gifts to lure and snatch Hajia4Real from her then-boyfriend, CEO of Kenpong Group of Companies, Kennedy Agyepong, popularly known as Kenpong.

According to him, Ibrahim Mahama is widely known for snatching people’s wives with expensive gifts because he is affluent.

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Chairman Wontumi further alleged that the wealth and lavish lifestyle flaunted by Ibrahim Mahama are ill-gotten wealth.

He accused the business mogul of trying to rip-off the nation with a 75 percent Bauxite deal his brother, John Dramani Mahama, allegedly secured for him on the eve of his leaving office.

According to him, if not for the intervention of the Ashanti Regional Minister, Ibrahim Mahama would have gotten away with $460 billion of Ghana’s money.

Chairman Wontumu alleged, “Ibrahim Mahama, known for snatching people’s wives bought a car and house for Hajia4Real to snatch her from Kenpong, because his brother stole government monies for him. So our bauxite at Bibiani, if not for some people who gave us some documents and our hardworking regional minister who fought against the corrupt activity and DCE who played an integral role, Ibrahim Mahama would have absconded with $460bn.”

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