The family of the late business mogul, Miguel Atu Mould has built and handed over a legacy dormitory project to his alma mater, Adisadel College in Cape Coast with proceeds from the sale of the several luxury vehicles he left behind.
The GH¢5 million block has six dormitories with prefect rooms, 150 beds with lockers, wash rooms in every dormitory (six 6 students to a toilet facility) and an ironing space.
It also has a borehole with over head tanks, and a visitors lounge with a television.
Among the fleet which were liquidated for the project included a Lamborghini Urus, Lamborghini Harracan and an Ariel Atom.
The fleet also included a GT Shelby, a Nissan GTR and a Harley Davidson motorbike all highly priced luxury vehicles.
Atu Mould, until his death in November 2020 was the Chief Executive of Makam Plant Hire, an indigenous company that deals in the rental of earth moving equipment among other logistics.
He was also into the construction of sea defense walls.
His love for cars made him collect a couple of luxury vehicles mostly in red.
After his demise, Atu’s mother, Sati Ocran suggested that the vehicles be sold and proceeds used to build Atu’s dream legacy project at his alma mater, Adisadel College.