For no reason a picture of the president elect of the republic of Ghana, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo who happens to be in the United Kingdom specifically London is generating scores of reactions and comments.
Few days after the electoral commission declared him as the president elect, he embarked on a presidential travel, where he visited two African countries then later went to London.
The president was clad in a political suit having scarf and carefully wearing his nose mask, with the emblem of the Ghanaian badge on his left chest.
The president was spotted in the heart of London with what seems like he went for shopping.
But what has caught the attention of many is a picture pose with an unknown gentleman which projects huge stature difference in terms of height.
Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo looked defeated in height with the gentleman. Few comments were drawn from that very picture and pose.
Below are comments made by few Ghanaians after encountering this picture.
Your thoughts on this picture is warmly welcomed.
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