Few weeks ago there was a viral photo of a young boy that trended on social media. This picture got so much attention after an earlier letter of another young boy, Oswald had got social media on fire. Oswald went ahead to win hearts and many run to sponsor him with many gifts. Apparently, Oswald’s fame caused the photo of Daniel to be dropped.
Many argued that unlike Oswald who seemed to be rich, Daniel looked unkempt and needed attention. His photo caught the attention of many as he was seen eating Fufu at his school’s Our Day time. Daniel was letter discovered to be a student of Nkwatapong D/A School in the Ashanti region. Daniel’s mother was recorded to be mentally unstable with his father deceased. This attracted little attention, though some tried to assist.
Well today, Thursday, September 16, 2021, a new photo of Daniel has emerged on social media and this is receiving mixed reactions. The photo shows a much changed Daniel, this time even in a nose mask. Whereas some applauded the new look of Daniel, others felt nothing much has changed. Some maintained that Ghanaians talk much and do less. What do you think?
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