Meet Charlotte Osei's daughter who runs an NGO that advocates for animal rights

Meet Charlotte Osei's daughter who runs an NGO that advocates for animal rights

- Krapa Osei is the beautiful lookalike daughter of Charlotte Osei, the former boss of Ghana's Electoral Commission

- The young lady is a lover of animals and runs her own NGO that advocates for animal rights

- A quick tour of the Instagram handle of the young lady reveals highlights of her not-too-known lifestyles

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The former boss of the Electoral Commission of Ghana, Charlotte Osei, has a daughter called Krapa Osei who is also a boss lady, just like her mother.

YEN.com.gh noticed on Krapa's personal Instagram handle that she is a lover of animals and Ghana Women Matter's official Facebook handle confirms she runs a non-governmental organisation (NGO) to protect animals.

Animals rights are not too revered in Ghana which makes it totally exciting that a lady of Krapa's calibre decided to champion such a cause with an NGO.

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Meet Charlotte Osei's daughter who runs an NGO that advocates for animal rights

Source: Instagram, Krapa Osei
Source: UGC

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Not much is known on social media and the internet in general about Krapa Osei and her works as she only shows slight highlights on Instagram.

Check out some of her Instagram photos below:

A beautiful dog photo that portrays Krapa's love for animals

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A beautiful photo of the pretty young lady in a restaurant

Krapa Osei in a beautiful shot surrounded by nature

In another interesting report by YEN.com.gh, Christon ‘The Truth’ Jones, an investor and stock market prodigy, has been able to make the dollar equivalent of GHc102,000 from just teaching adults how to trade in the stock market.

According to a report sighted by YEN.com.gh on Blackbusiness.com, the 13-year-old actually aimed to make over GHc500,000 but did not get enough people as he imagined.

Instead of the 200 people he planned to have in the stock market class, Christon was able to only get 36, which gave him the amount that is still eye-popping.

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