Nakeeyat honours Rawlings with powerful poem (Video)

Nakeeyat honours Rawlings with powerful poem (Video)

- Talented Kids winner Nakeeyat Dramani has honoured the late ex-president Jerry Rawlings with an insightful poem

- The Ghanaian child poet describes the late NDC founder as a great leader who stood for the downtrodden

- Dramani touches on Rawlings' values and principles of probity and accountability

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Ghanaian child poet, Nakeeyat Dramani, has paid homage to the late former president Jerry John Rawlings with an insightful poem as she highlights his values of probity and accountability.

The first president of the Fourth Republic and founder of the main opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) passed away on Thursday, November 12, 2020, after battling a short illness.

In a video online, Talented Kids Season 10 winner Nakeeyat Dramani pays homage to the late ex-president Jerry Rawlings, who was laid to rest at the Military Cemetery in Burma Camp on Wednesday, January 27.

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Nakeeyat honours Rawlings with insightful poem (Video)

Ghanaian child poet Nakeeyat Dramani honours the late former president Jerry John Rawlings with an insightful poem. Image: @crabbimedia
Source: Instagram

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Dramani describes the late president as a great man and a true reflection of leadership as she highlights his core values and principles of probity, accountability and truth.

The child poet also touches on the late Rawlings' generous persona as a leader who stood for the oppressed.

In other news, Olivia Afi Korku, a resident of Akotoshi in the Greater Accra Region, is an innovative and adventurous businesswoman who runs her own block manufacturing company.

After years of navigating life's challenges, Korku has added to her name Francentia Enterprise with a presence in the Ga East Municipality of the Greater Accra Region.

Korku didn't set out to be an entrepreneur, as her childhood dream of becoming a nurse suffered a financial setback.

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Source: Yen.com.gh

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