- Talented Kids winner Nakeeyat Dramani has met Ghana's High Commissioner to the UK, Papa Owusu Ankomah
- Nakeeyat met HE Owusu Ankomah at the High Commission's offices in London
- Nakeeyat is currently in London for a two-week vacation
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Young Ghanaian poet, Nakeeyat Dramani, has wowed with Ghana's High Commissioner to the United Kingdom (UK), Papa Owusu Ankomah.
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Nakeeyat, the winner of Talented Kidz season eight met HE Owusu Ankomah at the High Commission in London.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Nakeeyat had travelled to in London as part of a two-week vacation.
As part of her rounds, the eight-year-old paid a visit to the Ghana High Commission. It was during this visit that she delivered a performance to HE Owusu Ankomah.
In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh, Nakeeyat could be seen delivering a poem in her usual commanding style to the admiration of the High Commissioner who was seated in a chair across the room.
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HE Owusu Ankomah who looked impressed by Nakeeyat's delivery was smiling throughout her performance.
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Later, Nakeeyat took pictures with the High Commissioner alongside the people she was with.
Nakeeyat won the Talented Kids competition in June 2019 when she was only seven years old.
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As previously reported by YEN.com.gh, the little girl who performed mainly as a poet during the competition had earned massive praises for her performances over the period.
It, therefore, came as a little surprise when she was announced the winner.
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