- Kennedy Osei has voted ahead of the general election on December 7, 2020
- In a set of photos he released, Kennedy exercised his right as a Ghanaian
- He released the photos on his official Instagram handle
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Kennedy Osei, the first son of business mogul, Osei Kwame Despite, has exercised his right as a Ghanaian.
On Tuesday, December 1, 2020, a center was mounted in each of the 275 constituencies in the country for the special voting exercise.
Election officials, security personnel as well as media personnel were the ones that were allowed to vote.
However, Kennedy who is the General Manager of Despite Media Group couldn't be left out.
He has released seven photos from the polling station where he registered to vote.
In the photos seen by YEN.com.gh, Kennedy was captured voting.
His caption of the photos read, "ONE PEOPLE : ONE NATION."
Meanwhile, the National Democratic Congress (NDC) announced another prayer and fasting five days to the much anticipated December 7 general elections.
Codenamed ‘the final onslaught’, the event would be held from Thursday, December 3 to Saturday, December 5, 2020, dedicated to seeking God’s mercies and guidance in the December elections.
“As we inch towards a very crucial and concluding stage of the electioneering process, it is imperative that as a Party, we call once again for God’s intervention to buttress our hard work and determination to secure a resounding victory," National Chairman, Ofosu Ampofo said in a statement.
In other news, a man has boldly knocked Akufo-Addo’s head and slapped his face in a poster by the NPP.
Perhaps, this man has long desired to treat the president that way. However, since that appears impossible, he decided to grab his image on the poster as an opportunity to do so.
He is heard speaking Twi and accusing the president of being corrupt, a thief, and one who promoted galamsey in disguise.
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