- Prince David Osei has fed 2,000 people with meals to mark his 37th birthday
- He turned a new age today [Sunday], December 6, 2020
- The celebrated actor hit the streets to show overwhelming kindness by feeding the deprived
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The award-winning Ghanaian actor, Prince David Osei, has shown overwhelming love to the deprived on the streets as he marks his 37th birthday today [Sunday], December 6, 2020.
In a hearty gesture, Osei hit the streets to feed 2,000 people to climax his birthday celebrations.
He visited underserved areas, including Nima, the Kwame Nkrumah Circle, and the Tema Station-Jamestown to distribute packaged foods to people.
The actor has taken to his social media handle to announce the generous gesture.
''Actor Prince David Osei gives back to the streets as part of celebrating his birthday fed over 2000 people from Nima-Circle-Tema Station-Jamestown,'' his post read.
Prince David Osei also visited the Potter's Village at Dodowa to celebrate with inmates at the home for the destitute.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported President Nana Akufo-Addo celebrated Prince David Osei with a heartwarming message along with a photo.
The president declared God's divine blessing for the actor in a post on social media.
''May you enjoy love, hope, and everlasting joy and happiness. May God shower you with blessings today and always,'' President Akufo-Addo's post read.
In other news, Prophet Kofi Oduro, the founder and general overseer of the Alabaster Prayer Ministry, has urged electorates not to vote for a candidate who has an unrepentant record of mismanaging the nation's resources.
Speaking during a church service on Sunday, December 6, 2020, the outspoken man of God urged his members to vote for a candidate with integrity and character in the upcoming December 7 general election.
Prophet Oduro said Ghanaians should not vote for a candidate who uses state resources to buy houses for uncouth girls, emphasising the electorates should vote for someone who would not mismanage state resources.
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