- The former chairperson of Ghana's Electoral Commission, Charlotte Osei, has expressed her gratitude to God for a lovely birthday
- In a post released on social media, she also took the opportunity to thank Ghanaians for wishing her well on her birthday
- Ghanaians took to social media to react to a lovely photo and message she shared on the day after her birthday
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The former chairperson of the Electoral Commission (EC) Charlotte Osei, has released a lovely photo to mark the celebration of her birthday.
A day after she turned 51 years, she took to social media to thank God for giving her such a special day.
She also took the opportunity to thank Ghanaians for all their good wishes on sent to her on her birthday.
To Charlotte, the celebration of a birthday is a chance to press on, right the wrongs and carve a better future.
Social media users, touched by her message, wished her well after she posted a lovely photo of herself and the caption:
@kofitsedey: Glorious birthday to you madam
@dean_g_cartergh: Happy birthday auntie @char_osei be blessed with greatness, happiness and health Amen , Happy Sunday.
@iamforeverallnice100: You are looking so sweet dear
@yesli_ice: God bless your new year madam
@beauty_haven_gh: Belated birthday wishes. Hope you had a lovely day
@pauligath: Happy birthday Ma'am...you are an inspiration. God keep, bless and sustain you!❤️
In other news, a video of primary school children in a classroom with cement blocks as tables have surfaced online.
In the video, some of the children can be seen placing exercise books on arranged cement blocks and writing in them.
Others are however seen with proper desks of a table and chair while some of the blocks are arranged at the back of the classroom.
The video, shared by Class91.3FM has since gone viral and attracted comments from social media users
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