- A surprise birthday party has been held for the Second Lady Samira Bawumia
- She looked beautiful in a red and gold gown which flattered her curves
- There were some celebrities at the party including Van Vicker
- The Vice President Mahamudu Bawumia had earlier celebrated his wife showering many praises on her
The Second Lady Samira Bawumia has been treated to a surprise birthday party.
This was revealed by actor Van Vicker when he shared photos from the event.
Samira looked beautiful as usual in a red gown design with golden pieces at the arms and waist.
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She completed her look with a red headgear and gold slippers to match.
The second lady indeed looked stunning with surprise written all over her face.
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Some Instagram users have reacted to the photo describing it as nice.
Lizzy, for instance, said the photos are lovely, adding that she admired the Second Lady’s smile:
lizzyaddai: “Very lovely pic Nice Smile .”
Bahtya also described it as great photo:
bahtyahmusic: “Happy Earth day to her! Great photo!”
GHhyper used love emojis to show how he felt about the photos:
ghhyper1: “Okay #stayeasy .”
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Meanwhile, for the vice president had earlier shared a beautiful photo to celebrate his wife’s birthday.
He also used many beautiful words to describe her.
Samira has often been in the news for her fashion choice.
Many young people have admired her style of dress and grooming and look up to her for fashion choices.
She was recently in the news for wearing a beautiful trousers which showed her real curves.
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