Hassan Ayariga: Photos of All People's Party founder rocking braids surface online

Hassan Ayariga: Photos of All People's Party founder rocking braids surface online

- Throwback photos of Ghanaian presidential candidate Hassan Ayariga have popped up and shown a different side of him

- The founder of All People's Congress was seen wearing braids as opposed to his current modest looks

- The pictures appear to have been taken at a time of his youthful life in Germany

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Presidential candidate and founder of the All People’s Congress, Hassan Ayariga’s old photos have surfaced online showing a time when he had braids.

Photos sighted by YEN.com.gh on the Instagram handle of factsandtruths_official make it clear that the Ghanaian presidential candidate once emulated the European lifestyle.

Mr Ayariga worked and lived in Germany for the most part of his life, and made a great financial fortune for himself before returning back to his home country.

Photos of Hassan Ayariga rocking braids surface on social media

Photos of Hassan Ayariga rocking braids surface on social media Credit: Graphiconline.com
Source: UGC

Check out the pictures below:

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The throwback photos captured mid-adult Ayariga rocking blonde braids on his faded haircut, coupled with an oversized shirt.

Mr Ayariga is captured unbraiding his hair, as he smiled at the camera in a heartwarming fashion.

Another shot believed to have been taken on a separate occasion proved that this was Mr Ayariga’s way of life at the time.

In another interesting story shared by YEN.com.gh, Leonardo DiCaprio who acted as Jack in the famous Titanic and also starred in a host of other movies has called on the Ghana government to make sure the Atewa Forest is kept safe.

In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh on the verified Twitter handle of the world-renowned actor, it is indicated that the forest in Ghana is one of the earth's irreplaceable places keeping the planet alive.

It serves as the home to more than 1,000 species of plants, 230 species of birds, 570 species of butterflies, and more than 50 species of mammals out of which most are endangered.

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