Menaye Donkor Muntari, wife of Ghanaian football star, Sulley Ali Muntari, has stepped out with their son, Jamal Krasie Muntari.
YEN.com.gh has sighted a photo in which the two have posed for the camera.
This heartwarming photo has gone viral on social media and fans are loving it.
Menaye Donkor, a former beauty queen and entrepreneur is seen holding Jamal’s left hand as they stand to take the picture.
Their beautiful photo has triggered warm reactions from some social media users, with most of them full of praises for Menaye.
One fan, Asabee Gh, commented: "Awwwww beautiful."
Another fan, Jane, simply wrote: "Cute."
While Abass Rahim, still another fan prayed for the mother and son writing: "Muntari Jr in loading -future black star - may Allah bless."
Menaye Donkor is a former model, who contested for the 2004 Miss Ghana Universe and emerged the winner. She presently a business woman and philanthropist
She got married to her heartbeat, Sulley Ali Muntari, in a colourfull wedding on December 25, 2010.
In 2015, the couple welcomed their first child, Jamal, but not without prior controversy.
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According to reports, Menaye had objected to having a baby in order that she could maintain her ‘perfect’ body shape for the kind of beauty show jobs she does.
Her decision was least attractive to Sulley Ali Muntari’s family, especially his mother Hajia Kande, because of their tradition and desire for large families.
Hajia Kande reportedly protested Menaye’s stand and even threatened to look for a Muslim lady for her son to marry because she was really looking forward to carrying her grandchildren.
As a matter of urgency, Menaye had to make a u-turn on her former position and that led to the delivery of Jamal, a handsome boy just like herself.
The smiles on their faces in this latest photo indicates that Menaye herself is happy she changed her mind to have their son.
Yen.com.gh wishes Sulley Muntari and Menaye a continuously happy marriage.
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