- Actress Ama K. Abebrese is reportedly pregnant and due to deliver in a few months
- According to reports, the TV personality got hitched in a secret wedding to a mixed-race man
Popular Ghanaian actress, Ama K. Abebrese is reported to be heavily pregnant and due to put to bed in July or August after she got married to a mixed-race man in a private ceremony some time back.
In a report sighted on Ghanacelebrities.com, some people close to the actress confirmed her pregnancy and have even calculated when she would deliver.
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The actress, according to the report got engaged and married to a mixed-race man whose identity is yet to be known in a plush wedding ceremony which was held behind closed doors away from the cameras.
What is known about Ama K. Abebrese’s husband is that he is based in Takoradi in the Western region of Ghana.
It has also been alleged that the man is younger than the actress. The two reportedly met and fell in love during Ama K. Abebrese’s time working at TV3.
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Reports have it that the ‘Beast of No Nation’ star is hiding both her man and her pregnancy from the glaring eye of the public. It cannot be ascertained why the actress has decided to take that decision.
Ama K. Abebrese is noted starring in a number of award-winning movies including “Beast of No Nation” and “Sinking Sands”.
She enjoyed a stint working at TV3 on the popular ‘New Day’ but went off the screen fro the obvious reasons.
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Source: Yen Newspaper