The Ghana Education Service has introduced 'Career Day' into the new syllabus. This is to assist children to choose the profession or career they will like to pursue in the future. In view of this, basic schools across the country once in a term holds this program for the kids. The children choose the profession or the career they want and their parents provide the right uniform or custom to match the chosen career.
The teachers on that day explain the duties of each profession or career to the children. Looking at the picture below, there are three children with two in the Ghana Police Service uniform and the one in the middle dress like a President. Most Ghanaians after coming across this picture said that the posture of the children in the photo shows a President with his two bodyguards.
They said that the small boy in the suit resembles President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo. The facial expression and the height show that he looks like President Akufo-Addo. The boy also has the 'Fellow Ghanaians' spectacles on. Others said that the parents intentionally dressed this boy like this because they know the boy resembles President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo.
Others made a mockery of the big stomach, they said that the stomach also looks exactly like Akufo-Addo's own. They stated that the big stomach shows the rate of corruption in Ghana and Africa. Ghanaians are of the view that any politician with big stomach is corrupt.
Check out some of the comments of Ghanaians after coming across this photo on social media:
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