- Saahene Osei, Despite's youngest son is growing into a charming young man
- From his old photos to recently shared images on social media, Saahene Osei owns his sense of fashion
- The 16-year-old son of Despite posted recent images that show he's evolving into a simple but stylish man
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From the old images on his social media handles to recently captured moments with his siblings at Kennedy Osei’s nuptial, Saahene Osei, is evolving into a charming young man.
The youngest son of Osei Kwame Despite continues to dazzle with enchanting photos on his Instagram handle making him one of the stylish ‘men’ of the Despite clan.
Saahene Osei first shared images on social media in March 2020 after weeks of going into hiatus after his senior brother, Kennedy Osei’s traditional and white wedding.
16-year-old Kirk Saahene Osei, served as one of the groomsmen who were spotted neatly dressed in customized ‘KT’ (Kennedy And Tracy) outfits with their sunshades for Kennedy’s wedding in February 2020.
The teenager keeps his look simple with his neatly cut hair often captured in different T-shirts and jeans or designer khaki shorts.
Shared in January 2018.
His watch and dark shades collections are quite enviable for his age. He has varied colours and wears a different one for almost every photo.
Gradually, many are becoming fond of Saanhene’s evolving looks as he approaches the age of 18.
The son of the owner of one of Ghana’s biggest media empires appears to engage his followers on social media more than his other brothers.
YEN.com.gh has monitored and spotted recent photos shared by Saahene Osei while his followers gushed over his dashing looks while rocking a black shirt over lovely shorts with ornamental bands on his right wrist.
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The recent images generated some comments from his followers.
Stingg.jpg wrote: ''Love to see it.''
''What a guy !''Arnold_gyateng said.
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh previous reported that students of the Robotics Club at the Obuasi Senior High Technical School in the Obuasi Municipal District of the Ashanti Region, have converted a plastic bucket into an electronic hand-washing tap to prevent the spread of the COVID-19.
This latest innovation comes amid the outbreak of the novel Coronavirus and its rise across nations of the world.
Countries including Ghana have outlined guidelines to curb the spread of the dreaded disease including advocating regular handwashing with soap under running water to observe personal hygiene.
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