- Tracy Despite, the wife of Kennedy Osei has released her first-ever photos in a while
- The five photos were released in celebration of Ghana's 63rd Independence Day
- Tray's photos come after she and her husband reportedly went on a honeymoon
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Tracy Osei, (nee Ameyaw), the wife of Kennedy Osei, the first son of business mogul Osei Kwame Despite, has been quiet on social media since their lavish wedding.
Not even a video suggesting that she and Kennedy flew in economy class while reportedly going to Dubai for their honeymoon got her to talk.
But today being the 63rd Independence anniversary of Ghana, Tracy Despite has popped up with some stunning photos in celebration.
The five photos sighted by YEN.com.gh show four models in different kente styles.
Sharing the photos on Instagram, Tracy hailed Ghana's rich culture and showered accolades on the country.
"Ama Ghana. A nation of rich culture. A country of Gold. The ever beautiful and radiant Gold Coast as we were once called. 63 years of Growth. 63 years of Freedom. 63 years of Unity. We always stand strong," she wrote.
From her credits, the photos were part of a shoot for Dieu Sauf, a Ghanaian fashion house, where she works as the fashion illustrator. She actually credited herself as the concept developer for the designs.
Check her post below:
Looking at her designs and the fact that she developed the concept for her wedding dresses, Tracy is really doing well in her field.
Still on Independence Day, former President John Mahama was absent at the official celebrations of Ghana's 63rd Independence Day
The official celebrations which were held at the Baba Yara Stadium on Friday, March 6, 2020, had the Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago Keith Christopher Rowley as the special guest of honour.
Also in attendance were the Asantehene Otumfuo Osei Tutu II, former President John Agyekum Kufuor and many other dignitaries.
But a photo from the durbar shows Mahama's seat was empty.
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