Photos of the President's hilarious birthday cake hit the internet and gets people talking
By JuMin | self meida writer
Published 12 days ago - 3 views
Hilarious photos of the birthday cake of His Excellency have surfaced online and is causing public stir and mixed reactions.
The president ended the month of March by celebrating his birthday and his birthday cake is still the talk of town especially, considering the structure and design of the cake. The cake was black and white in colour, round in shape, and had the infamous “Nana Addo round spectacles” at the top. The spectacles were what made it very obvious that this cake was specially made for Mr President.
The funny part however , is the caption at the bottom of the cake, clearly visible for all to see was the inscription, “fellow Ghanaians”. He is always proud to declare himself as a Ghanaian anytime he “visits us in our homes" and he wants us to also be proud of being Ghanaians and so calls us “fellow".
Well this cake has really done the job intended, although hilarious.
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