- Kojo David, a Ghanaian man living with a physical disability, voted in the presidential election of the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP)
- The 41-year-old was among over 1,000 delegates who cast their ballot at Prampram on Saturday, November 4
- David could be seen crawling across the Prampram Anglican School voting centre to vote in an uplifting video that portrayed inclusion
A physically challenged man, Kojo David, was among over 1,000 delegates who voted at Prampram in the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) presidential primary.
David, a 41-year-old person with a disability (PWD), was captured crawling across the Prampram Anglican School voting centre to cast his vote.
The video, which shows David making his way to the voting centre to make his vote count, has been viewed many times by netizens. Many reacted.
Watch the video below:
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