- President Nana Akufo-Addo and Charlotte Osei recently met at the Jubilee House
- The two met when Mrs Osei who is a cousin to Kweku Baako joined him to visit the presidency
- Baako and his family visited to show appreciation for Akufo-Addo's support during the funeral of Baako's mother
- The visit happens to be the first public meeting between Akufo-Addo and Mrs Osei since he removed her as EC boss in 2018
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President Nana Akufo-Addo and former Electoral Commission Chairperson, Charlotte Osei, have met in public for the first time after she was relieved from her post in 2018.
Akufo-Addo and Mrs Osei met when a delegation from the family of the veteran journalist, Kweku Baako, paid a courtesy call on the president.
The visit was to thank President Akufo-Addo for supporting the family to lay their mother, Gloria Aba Addison, to rest.
Baako's mother passed away on March 6, 2021, and was laid to rest. Akufo-Addo, his vice, Dr Mahamudu Bawumia, and other leading members of the government attended the burial service, hence the show of appreciation from Baako's family.
Charlotte Osei happens to be Kweku Baako's cousin and formed part of the family delegation to the Jubilee House.
In photos sighted by YEN.com.gh, Mrs Osei was seen in a good mood when she met the president, and they even had a chat and laughter moment.
Apart from Charlotte Osei, Kweku Baako was accompanied by his wife, Mrs. Isha Baako, his sisters Judy Akosua Larbi Osei, and Sabina Chinibuah. Madam Faustina Nelson and Ade Coker, both family members were also part of the delegation.
The photos of Charlotte Osei and Akufo-Addo have stirred massive reactions. Many people have been wondering what might have caused such a friendly demeanour from Mrs Osei towards Akufo-Ado after he sacked her. Others, however, defended her.
Koku shared a photo and said:
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Meanwhile, President Akufo-Addo has received Sierra Leone’s highest national award.
The award conferred on him by his Sierra Leonean counterpart, President Joseph Maada Bio, is in recognition of his selfless contribution to deepening democracy in Africa -
It comes amid concerns that Ghana is slipping back to the era of a culture of silence.
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