Ghanaian youth should be motivated with these old and viral pictures of popular media personality Giovanni Caleb. Giovanni Caleb whose birth name is Caleb Elolo Adjomah seems to be embarrassed with the release of some old pictures of his.
Two pictures of the male celebrity have gone viral on Twitter platform and people can not stop making fun of him and his pictures. These pictures were released by Thierry Nyann who is also a twitter user. After the release Thierry Nyann also captioned the two pictures as, "Dear @GiovanniCaleb. Here's what the Lord has for you! Give thanks."
Below is the main statement or caption for the two old pictures of Giovanni.
Giovanni Caleb being embarrassed also reacted to the pictures and the post by saying that, "you know I will get you".
Giovanni Caleb's old pictures look like him but comparing his old pictures and his current pictures clearly shows that God has been good. Ghanaians going through a lot of difficulties in their careers should be motivated with these pictures.
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