Osei Kwame Despite Prays For God To Bless Ghanaians; Says Being Rich Alone Is Not Fun

Osei Kwame Despite Prays For God To Bless Ghanaians; Says Being Rich Alone Is Not Fun

- Businessman Osei Kwame Despite has asked for God to bless all Ghanaians

- Despite made the request while praying at a party organised by his friend

- According to him, it is not fun when only a few people are rich

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Business mogul Osei Kwame Despite is a wealthy man who attributes his riches to the blessings of God.

Despite is praying for the same blessings God gave him to be given to his friends and Ghanaians in general.

The CEO of Despite Group of Companies offered the touching prayer in a video that has surfaced on social media.

Osei Kwame Despite Prays For God To Bless Ghanaians; Says Being Rich Alone Is Not Fun (Video)
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The video comes from the house warming event of one of the members of their famous East Legon Executive fitness club.

In what could be described as a short prayer, Despite observed it is not fun for only a few people to be rich in the country.

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He thus pleaded with God to bless everybody so that it will be fun.

Speaking in Twi, his prayer literally translated as:

"If one person eats to his satisfaction with others hungry, there is no joy in town. So God should bless everybody."

His prayer stirred a lot of excitement among those who were present at the house warming party.

The party was organised by Derek Afriyie Danso, CEO of Dansafriy Co Ltd, producers of DVLA plates in Ghana.

As previously reported by YEN.com.gh, the businessman nicknamed Double D unveiled a magnificent six-bedroom mansion.

The party saw Despite, his brother, Ernest Ofori Sarpong, and other wealthy colleagues attending in exotic cars.

Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported that Dr Ernest Ofori Sarpong had disclosed that he built a four-storey building around Opera Square in Accra before he turned 30 years old.

The chief executive officer of several flourishing businesses, including Sarpong Ventures and Special Investments LTD is one of the astute businessmen in Ghana.

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