- Rapper Strongman and his fiancee Nana Ama have christened their daughter Simona Osei
- Photos from the naming ceremony show Strongman's father, mother, grandmother, and others at the venue
- Strongman and Nama Ama welcomed baby Simona in August 2019
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Ghanaian rapper, Strongman and his fiancee, Nana Ama, have officially named their daughter Simona Ama Osei in a beautiful ceremony.
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The lovely baby naming ceremony was held in the gold-mining town of Obuasi in the Ashanti region.
The rapper first broke the news of the christening of his baby girl in a post on social media on Tuesday, January 28, 2020.
Sharing a photo from the day, Strongman indicated the ceremony came off a few days ago (from the day of the post).
The photo shared by Strongman has him holding baby Simona while his fiance stood beside them dressed in all white.
"Christened My BOO @simonaoseistrong in Obuasi few days back. Enjoy life to the Fullest Little Girl........ @asapfotography," he captioned the photo.
Later Strongman's fiancee also shared a photo from official christening of their baby.
Looking gorgeous, Nana Ama gave a little smile as she posed for the photo.
Other photos from the ceremony sighted by YEN.com.gh showed Strongman's family and friends who were present.
Below are more photos from the naming ceremony.
Strongman's fiancee gave birth to Baby Simona in August 2019 with the rapper taking to social media to welcome the newborn.
As earlier reported by YEN.com.gh, made the announcement by sharing a photo of himself carrying the baby girl.
The photo taken over the internet as top Ghanaian celebrities and fans of the rapper took to the comments section to congratulate him.
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Source: Yen Newspaper