London-Born Ghanaian Brothers Launch “Gye Wo Fie” – A Chance to Own a Home in Ghana for just GHC 30!

 In an exciting turn of events, the Ghanaian Twenefour siblings, Dan, Jason, and Will, who found success in the UK property market with their unique prize draw competitions, are bringing their innovative model to their birthplace, Ghana, with “Gye Wo Fie” – meaning “claim your house”.

After stirring headlines in Britain with 12 property giveaways and capturing national attention with cash giveaways of 150,000 pounds, the brothers are now back home. They aim to provide the average Ghanaian with an innovative and exciting way to become a first-time homeowner, transforming the dream of home freedom into a tangible reality.

Daniel Twenefour expressed, “Having a roof over your head shouldn’t be an out-of-reach dream. With Gye Wo Fie, we’re breaking down barriers to make homeownership easily accessible to our fellow Ghanaians. We’ve witnessed the joy and change it brings in the UK, and it’s time to extend that same opportunity here in Ghana.”

The three Ghanaian brothers’ pioneering approach has not only caught the media’s eye but has also provided a real solution to the daunting prospect of property ownership faced by many, especially the young, and the working class in Ghana.

To participate in Gye Wo Fie, hopeful homeowners can dial *714*848# to purchase a ticket to win a home for just GHC 30 or visit for more information on how to enter the competition. It’s not just a ticket – it’s a step towards freedom, stability, and a lifetime investment.

The brothers invite you to be a part of this journey. Whether it’s to rent out for extra income or to live in, Gye Wo Fie is today’s best bet for owning a house in Ghana.

About Gye Wo Fie

Gye Wo Fie is a property prize draw competition founded by the Twenefour brothers, offering Ghanaians a chance to win a mortgage-free home. Rooted in their Ghanaian heritage and success in the UK, the brothers aim to replicate their impactful model in Ghana, providing an unconventional path to homeownership