Saahene Osei: Despite's 18-year-old son drops new fashion photos after graduating from TIS

Saahene Osei: Despite's 18-year-old son drops new fashion photos after graduating from TIS

- Osei Kwame Despite's youngest son, Saahene Osei, has flexed his sense of fashion in new photos

- Osei had taken a long break from social media to focus on his education, recently graduating from Tema International School (TIS)

- The teenager had previously flooded his social media platforms with visuals from his graduation

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After taking a long break from social media to focus on his education, the youngest son of Osei Kwame Despite, Saahene Osei, has flexed his dazzling sense of fashion on social media.

The teenage fashionista recently graduated from Tema International School and took to Instagram to announce the academic feat.

Saahene Osei was pictured donning his graduation robe in the visuals he posted on his page, which garnered positive comments from his followers.

Saahene Osei: Despite's 18-year-old son drops new fashion photos after graduating from TIS
Saahene Osei: Despite's 18-year-old son drops new fashion photos after graduating from TIS. Image: Saahene Osei
Source: Instagram

In his recent post, the 18-year-old son of the media giant, Osei Kwame Despite, posed for the camera in a long-sleeved shirt, stripe jeans, and trendy footwear.

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He complimented his appearance with dark shades, flaunting a black leather purse.

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Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported Kwaku Sintim-Misa, famously known as KSM, has averred that his peer group and the immediate generation ahead of him have failed the youth of Ghana.

The TV show host indicated that every responsible generation must ensure that they build on whatever they inherited to benefit future generations.

Speaking in an interview on the Taxi Driver Show hosted by Blakk Rasta on Zylofon FM, the vocal Sintim-Misa decried the pace of development in the country, adding that his generation has failed to build on the positive legacies of their forebears.

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