Ibrahim Mahama, a prominent and successful Ghanaian entrepreneur, has recently been captured on social media cruising on the Volta lake in Ada in a Seabreacher, a semi-submersible personal watercraft designed to imitate a dolphin’s movement.
The Seabreacher is estimated to cost between $80,000 to $100,000, with the least cost in cedi equivalence hovering around GH900,000. This new acquisition has surprised social media users, who were already aware of Mahama’s love for water sports, such as riding jetski at his riverside house on the Ada Island.
Ghanaian blogger, Sika official, shared the video, and in her caption, humorously suggested that the country needs more people like Mahama who can afford such luxury items.
Meanwhile, on Twitter, some users expressed their amazement at the cost of the Seabreacher, with one user jokingly suggesting that some people could even borrow money to buy such items for the government. The video has since gone viral, with many people commenting on the extravagant display of wealth.
Watch the video below to see Ibrahim Mahama in action on his Seabreacher, and to read more reactions from social media users about his new acquisition.