- Ghanaian child poet Nakeeyat Dramani has been sighted in a photo with President Akofu-Addo
- Nakeeyat paid a visit to the president at the Jubilee House on January 6, 2020
- A photo of the president and the child spoken-word artiste has popped up online
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Just as they say, if a child learns to wash their hands properly, he or she gets to dine with the elderly and Nakeeyat Dramani, was recently privileged to meet and hang-out with Ghana’s President Akufo-Addo.
The ecstatic child spoken-word artiste and poet had the rare privilege of meeting with President Akuffo-Addo at the Jubilee house.
Nakeeyat met the president on January 6, 2020, after Akufo-Addo took a break from his busy schedule to hang around the little princess.
While the meeting was not about anything special, the young poet could not hide her joy after meeting the president.
With this latest show of affection for the young Ghanaian talent, it may just be one of the staples of the Akufo-Addo’s presidency for candid moments and photos with children.
A photo of the president’s meeting with Nakeeyat could also be described as a simple but compelling gesture of a president with a soft spot for kids and may just be one of his traits.
YEN.com.gh has sighted the photo after it popped up online.
Meanwhile, Nakeeyat was recently in the news after she dazzled fans and poetry enthusiasts with a remarkable tribute in honour of Osei Kwame Despite, the CEO of Despite Group of Companies.
The child actor stunned with a flawless performance on television while adorned in her regal Kente apparel with lavish African beads.
In other stories, YEN.com.gh reported that Dominica Loglo, a Ghanaian midwife in the Sekyere Afram Plains District in the Ashanti region, has organised a party for pregnant woman at the Hamidu CHPS Compound to help promote maternal and child health.
In an effort to put flashing smiles on the faces of the expectant mothers and to discourage home delivery, Dominica Loglo, organised a get-together for the pregnant women and new mothers who delivered within November and December 2019.
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