- Impressive artworks of president Akufo-Addo, Ken Agyapong, Sammy Awuku, and former president John Mahama, have been shared online
- The stunning drawings have a striking resemblance with their actual facial features
- Social media user, kwame_stalwart, has flooded his Twitter handle with the admirable artworks of the notable Ghanaian politicians
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Stunning artworks of president Nana Akufo-Addo, and other NPP stalwarts, including Kennedy Agyapong, Sammy Awuku, and former president, John Mahama, have been shared on social media.
The striking images have a compelling resemblance with the actual facial features of the prominent Ghanaian politicians.
Social media user with the Twitter handle name, kwame_stalwart, shared the stunning frames in a post online.
While noting that he was stunned by the striking images, he wrote: ''@NAkufoAddo Sammy Awuku ...Kennedy Agyapong ...John Mahama. I saw these artworks somewhere on the Akwapim mountains. But then I believe one of them is #Papano
Retweet till @NAkufoAddo ..Sammy Awuku ...Kennedy Agyapong ...John Mahama sees this..support the mans hustle..I trust Gh twitter.''
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a group of African kids, identified as the Dream Catchers Academy, has reproduced Beyoncé's Already music video which features Ghana’s dancehall musician, Shatta Wale.
The young ladies were captured displaying their brilliant dance moves as they imitated scenes from the Already music video.
The talented young ladies can be seen in synchronised moves while choreographing to Beyonce's original song.
In another story, Dr. Bernard Okoe Boye, a deputy Minister for Health, has recounted his childhood struggles as he makes some revelations about how he managed to further his education.
Coming from a financially disadvantaged home, he struggled throughout his junior and secondary school education.
According to Dr. Boye, he had a very difficult childhood because his late mother was financially incapacitated to pay his fees at the time.
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