Popular actor, Prince David Osei, is setting his sights on a new and ambitious career path – he aims to become the President of Ghana.
Despite previously dismissing the idea of entering politics, Prince David Osei now believes it is his destiny, asserting that “What is written is written.”
He has taken the initial steps towards this aspiration by reaching out to fellow professionals in the entertainment industry, seeking their support for his presidential dream.
Like some other Ghanaian entertainers who have transitioned into politics, including John Dumelo and Ebi Bright, Prince David Osei’s announcement has generated a mixture of support and skepticism.
While some applaud his determination and ambition, others question his qualifications for the role. Prince David, however, remains resolute in his belief that “With God, everything is possible.”
He is determined to follow his passion and pursue the path that he feels is meant for him.
Prince David Osei is a famous Ghanaian actor, model, producer, director, and philanthropist. He is very handsome, creative, and talented. He was born on 6th December 1983 in Accra, Ghana. Prince David Osei attended De’ Youngster’s International School in Accra, Ghana, and obtained his First School Leaving Certificate.
After his primary school education, Prince David Osei proceeded to Accra High School in Accra where he obtained his West African Senior School Certificate.
After completing his primary and secondary school education, Prince David Osei proceeded further to the University of Ghana where he studied English, Sociology, and Theatre Arts.
After graduating from the university, Prince David Osei got employed in a reputable bank in Ghana. Due to his passion for acting, Prince David Osei left his banking job to venture into acting as a full-time job.
In 2005 he joined the Ghana Movie Industry (Ghallywood) started attending movie auditions and was selected for minor roles. In 2006, Prince David Osei rose to fame after starring in the blockbuster movie “Fortune Island” which gave him an award as Best Actor of the Year in Ghana at the City People Entertainment Awards.