Picture of Finance Minister leading prayer session before reading budget pops up

Picture of Finance Minister leading prayer session before reading budget pops up

- Mr Ken Ofori-Atta was spotted praying before coming in to read the recent budget

- It was a short indoor event that saw three other government officials in attendance

- Everyone took a unique posture as the prayer session was being led by the Finance Minister

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The Finance Minister Ken Ofori-Atta organized a short prayer session before reading the recent budget as a photo of the brief event has surfaced online.

In solemn attendance were the Speaker of Parliament, Prof. Aaron Mike Ocquaye, the Majority Leader, Osei Kyei Mensah-Bonsu and the Vice President, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia.

The picture goes to prove that a lot that actually goes on in governance than what is seen under the flashing lights of the cameras.

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There are some events that sneak into the silent scenes that nobody gets to see. In the iconic picture, the Majority Leader was seen peering elsewhere as the prayer was going on.

Dr Mahamudu Bawumia bowed gently and crossed his hands in front of him in a calm and solemn mood. This is rather interesting considering the fact that he a Muslim.

The Speaker of Parliament stood straight in a typical prayer-warrior pose as Ken Ofori-Atta calmly put up his hands to say the spiritual words before the great event.

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Meanwhile, 62-year-old American comedian and actor, Steve Harvey, has made a breathtaking promise to bring many African-Americans to Ghana.

Steve came to Ghana to mark the 'Year of Return' which was instituted by Ghana for descendants of slaves that were taken from Africa to return to see and learn about their roots.

According to the renowned celebrity, Ghana has such a rich vibrant culture, as well as the physical indications of the dark past of the African slave.

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