- Actress Ahuofe Patri has flaunted her beautiful grandmother on social media
- Ahuofe Patri shared a video in celebration of her grandmother's 70th birthday
- Fans have been surprised by the 70th year old's strength and beauty
Ghanaian actress Ahuofe Patri, privately known as Priscilla Opoku Agyemang, has taken to social media to show off her beautiful grandmother.
Monday, September 9, 2019, happened to be the 70th birthday of the old lady and the actress decided to celebrate her on social media.
Ahuofe Patri shared a video of her beautiful and young-looking grandmother on her Instagram page.
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In the video sighted by YEN.com.gh, Ahuofe Patri's grandma was seen dancing in an obvious praise to God making her reach the milestone.
Captioning the video, Ahuofe Patri indicated that she would like to be just like her grandma in her old age.
"My grandma is 70 today ❤️. This is the woman I want to be when I grow up ♥️♥️♥️," the actress wrote.
The video from Ahuofe Patri has has got many of her followers joining in to wish the 70-year-old a happy birthday.
@anniehagz said her mother had the same birthday: "Awwww.....She's my mama's birthday mate. I love all 9th September borns."
@aduagapisto described the old lady as 'sister' in obvious reference to her young look: "Happy belated birthday "sister". May God continue to richly bless you ."
@charityb4 wished her more strength:"Happy birthday to you granny I wish you good health more ages strength & God protection upon your life ."
Meanwhile, fellow actor Van Vicker has flaunted her sister, Phylicia, in a similar birthday wish.
Earlier, Ghanaian-born France football star Marcel Desailly had celebrated his 51st birthday in Accra.
Desailly held a party in his house with former Ghana captains Abedi Pele and Stephen Appiah attending.
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