It is quite interesting to see how some of the great people in this world originated and the background from which they were raised. Quite ironically, it turns out that they often rise from a very humble and little beginnings to get to the top. But with all the affluence they may have, one takes a look back at their origin and wonder if they remember those humble beginnings. This wonder arose because those towns and, specifically, houses seem to be in tatters.
Well, this afternoon, we take a look at the house and compound where the former president and the father of the current president of Ghana, Edward Akufo-Addo lived. Images of video shared on facebook by okay FM this afternoon reveals the nooks and cranny of the compound. From the looks, it portrays newly painted, but the feel of a worn out structure greets you.
Check out some images of the residents. Does it befit its status? Please share your thoughts with us. Share to others. Like, and follow for more updates.
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