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Asamoah Gyan ventures into 'pure water' business
Source:   |   November 02, 2017   |  64 Views

Black Stars captain Asamoah Gyan has taken another huge stride in the Ghanaian business industry with the launching of his own brand of treated drinking water.

The product named Paradise Pack hit the Ghanaian market on Thursday and is the latest addition to the footballer’s array of businesses.

The product is currently available in sachets but bottles are expected to hit the market soon.

Last month, Gyan acquired a license from the Government of Ghana to operate an airline in the country and the 31-year-old Turkey based forward also has a boxing promotional firm to his name.

Gyan took to Twitter on Thursday morning to announce the newest addition to his business empire.
 

ASAMOAH GYAN @ASAMOAH_GYAN3

Good Morning Ghana,the much awaited Paradise Pac water is availble in a shop near you..grab a sachet n quench your thirst.. PLT bottles soon

11:59 PM - Nov 1, 2017

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