- A set of adorable twins, both named Jackson, have become online stars
- This follows their stunning display of talent and compelling sense of fashion at the just ended NPP manifesto launch in Cape Coast
- The twins have earned the moniker 'little Akufo-Addo and Bawumia'
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Twins are generally adorable people, but a set of adorable twins named Jackson twins, who have become an internet sensation, are continuing to warm hearts.
Recently, the adorable twins, who have become popular as little Akufo-Addo and Bawumia, were the centre of attraction at the launch of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) manifesto, which took place in Cape Coast in the Central Region.
The Jackson twins, 4-year olds, bedazzled many with their compelling sense of fashion and stunning performances.
The boys became a toast of the just ended NPP manifesto launch as many dignitaries posed for photos with them.
According to their father, who spoke in an interview with TV3, he is grooming his twin boys to maximise their potentials and become in-demand models.
He believes the twins are destined to become great personalities. He said they have already been featured at popular sports and other events to display their talents.
Watch the interview of their father detailing how he discovered the talents of the boys and his future plans for them.
In another story, Senyuiedzorm Awusi Adadevoh, a Ghanaian journalist, has been spotted with a baby strapped to her back during the launch of a research report in Accra by the Alliance for Women in Media Africa (AWMA).
The award-winning photographer’s maternal gesture at the launch of the report on the status of women in the Ghanaian media has been lauded as a powerful symbolic gesture considering the forum.
In the symbolic photo that is making the rounds on social media, Adadevoh can be seen with a child strapped to her back while going about her usual photography business during the AWMA event which was held on Wednesday, August 26, 2020, at the Centre for African Westlands Auditorium at the University of Ghana.
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