This is NPP’s Philip Addison’s new look and we can’t keep calm

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A new photo of Lawyer Philip Addison, a lead counsel for the New Patriotic Party (NPP), in the 2012 election petition making rounds on social media is causing ‘fear and panic’.

The photo which has received huge shares online seems to give the famous lawyer a new look compared to when he first made a media appearance.

The new image believed to have been posted by the lawyer himself, have got many expressing mix feelings about his new look.

Whiles others express wild admiration about his new look, some also wonder if he is really the one.

Lawyer Philip Addison is seen in his new photo, wearing neatly designed black and red African print shirt, with a massive unusual beard, changing his facial look completely.

Mr Addison, who contested the NPP’s parliamentary seat for Korle-Klottey Constituency completely went off media cameras, after losing to the NDC’s Zanator Rawlings.

Though it is still unclear if the current Akufo-Addo administration will assign him to any special duty in the NPP.

But some sources within the corridors of power have said, the renowned lawyer is warming up to pick up a powerful position at the Office of the Special Prosecutor to serve under the Akufo-Addo government.

Source: Yen.com.gh

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