Ghana’s former Electoral Commission chairperson, Charlotte Osei, has become a reflection of excellence for women globally.
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The Ghanaian lawyer and current United Nations (UN) International Elections Commissioner is an ambitious woman who has inked her name in the history books.
Charlotte Osei was Ghana’s Electoral Commission (EC) chairperson from 2015 until she was dismissed in 2018.
As an accomplished woman, she is known for her many achievements, including serving on a UN team of international advisers that assisted in managing the 2019 presidential election in Afghanistan.
Charlotte also has a compelling and stylish sense of fashion that is rarely highlighted by the media. The renowned global leader has a taste for quality designer wear.
YEN.com.gh has compiled stunning frames of Charlotte Osei in expensive attires that prove she’s rich.
1. Charlotte Osei dons a butterfly-themed royal blue dress as she enhances her looks with a simple bracelet and brown leather watch. She also rocks glasses and flaunts her braids.
2. Ghana's former EC boss rocks a luxurious black straight dress. She accessorised her look with a silver necklace and sparkling bracelet.
3. This colourful outfit looks good on the boss lady.
4. The boss lady glows for the camera. Rocks dark straight dress as she shows off her long braids.
5. Charlotte Osei beams with smiles. Rocks black and white themed flowing dress. Adds a touch of pearls to enhance her quintessential look.
In another story, YEN.com.gh previously reported that a senior high school graduate, simply identified as Mansah, has impressed a man with her rare talent as a professional barber.
Mansah is making ends meet in a field dominated by men as she runs a barbering shop at Sampah Valley in the Greater Accra Region.
In a post shared on Facebook, Okyere, Osei Kwame Okyere, a social media user, recounted his experience with the teen barber, who is a product of the Free SHS policy.
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