Ghanaian broadcaster Kofi Okyere Darko, popularly known as KOD, has taken to social media to flaunt his beautiful mother.
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Today marks the 67th birthday of KOD's mother who is known as Margaret Aidoo (Mrs).
To celebrate his 'old woman's' birthday, the Starr FM presenter decided to share some photos of her.
The photos show Mrs Aidoo to be a trendy and stylish woman considering her advanced age.
In one of the photos, KOD's mother is seen holding a wine and smiling as she probably toasted to herself.
The next photo is a flyer with KOD's mother beside a motivational message from Mohammed Ali Jannah.
In the third and final photo, KOD's mother is spotted sharing a beautiful smile while looking gorgeous in a headgear.
Captioning the photos, KOD pointed out that his mother made 67 look fabulous.
"You make 67 so fab Mothercheers to many happy years from all your girls and I. We love and appreciate you @sweetmotha," KOD wrote.
The post got some of the Starr FM presenter's followers to join him in wishing his mother a happy birthday.
Overwhelmed with the show of love, KOD's mother responded saying: "@simply_kod thank you so much for your kind words my dear son, I’m humbled by the love I’ve been shown today Cheers."
Interestingly, KOD's mother is celebrating her birthday with Dancehall superstar Shatta Wale who himself has received a lot of birthday wishes.
Among the well-wishers is actress Efia Odo who celebrated Shatta Wale on his birthday with a stunning bathroom photo.
The photo and caption impressed Shatta Wale who came to express his love for Efia Odo.
Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported that Zylofon and Menzgold CEO, Nana Appiah Mensah aka NAM1 had celebrated Shatta Wale as he marks his 35th birthday today, October 17, 2019.
NAM1 took to Instagram to share a photo of himself with Shatta Wale while praying for strength and long life for the Dancehall star.
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