- Notable Ghanaian TV star, Oheneyere FBI Dr Gifty Anti, has shared images of herself and her 2-year-old daughter Nyame Anuonyam
- Gifty Anti splashed multiple photos of herself and her little princess earlier in 2020 and during the latter days of December 2019
- Her daughter, Nyame Anuonyam, was born August 11, 2017
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Popular TV personality, Gifty Anti, has shared some endearing images of herself and her all-grown daughter on social media which has since generated remarkable commentary from some online enthusiasts.
In the photos sighted by YEN.com.gh, Gifty Anti splashed images of herself in an African styled outfit while her little princess wore a straight flower-themed short sleevless dress.
Anti noted that she and her family had returned from church while she expressed gratitude on social media.
''If you know me, you would know that I love to give thanks even before I ‘receive’.
So today we went to church to say Thank You Lord.He is Faithful,'' the TV personality said.
''Indeed He is faithful. Proud of you Sister. Regards to the little queen,'' Bridgette Osei-sekyereh, a fan said in reaction to the photos.
Nana Akua Dapaah wrote: ''Forson You looking gorgeous queen.''
An earlier photo shared by the notable journalist had Anti and her daughter warmly hugging.
The prominent TV personality posted also shared a video of her girl on some serious drum playing skills.
Gifty married Nana Ansah Kwao IV, Chief of Akwamu Adumasa with whom she adorable girl, Nyame Anuonyam, who was born August 11, 2017.
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Gifty Anti splashed images of herself rocking in a ripped jeans, a silver short sleeve top and a cowboy cap ahead of her birthday which falls on January 23, 2020.
In other stories, YEN.com.gh previously reported a recent development in a US school indicates that Deandre Arnold, a high school student of Barbers Hill High School is being discriminated against because of his choice of hair style.
The Barbers Hill High School located in Mont Belvieu, reportedly suspended him and banned him from taking part in his own graduation unless he cuts his locks to a shorter length. Blacknews.com reports the school officials claim their decision is hinged on the back of the school’s long-standing policy of ''dress code policy that prohibits any cornrow or any other method of wearing of the hair.''
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