- Nana Adwoa Konadu Boateng, a female Ghanaian midwife has shared gorgeous images of herself to mark her birthday
- The Ghanaian midwife posted the images on social media
- Konadu Boateng's pictures have garnered some pleasant reactions
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Birthdays are special moments for most people and they go lengths to ensure that their day is immortalised in photos.
And Nana Adwoa Konadu Boateng, a female Ghanaian midwife, shared gorgeous images of herself to mark her birthday.
Konadu Boateng marked her birthday on Tuesday, February 4, 2020, and she took to a popular Facebook group to celebrate her day while urging members of the group to help her express thanks to God.
"Please help me wish myself a blessed birthday.....GRATEFUL TO YOU LORD ALMIGHTY,'' Nana Adwoa Konadu Boateng wrote in a post on Facebook.
Konadu Boateng's lovely photos has garnered over seven thousand reactions and one thousand comments on social media as at the time the story was being published.
Piesie Ekow Ahinson wrote: ''May you continue to age in Grace. Happy birthday my dear.''
''Happy happy birthday Baeby. Celebrate many more happy days ahead in good health and prosperity.,'' Abena Amponsah Kakabo said in response to Konadu Boateng's post.
Preigns Ohene Addo had an interesting twist to wishing the birthday celebrant well.
''Hmmm. Nurses.. Virgin breakers.. I owe my virginity proliferation to you. If you hear my story you guys wouldn't believe it but it happened. If not for a nurse like I should be a junior pastor now reading bible. Anyway, happy birthday dear. May you live long to fulfil your purpose on earth,'' Preigns Ohene Addo wrote said.
Momi Muhafiz said in response: ''Happy birthday dearest, may Yaa Allah continue to guide n protect, lead u to the right path longest life n prosperity, De3 Huo for you dear from The Queen TZ.''
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In other stories, YEN.com.gh previously reported that with his ritual benevolent donations, Lance Corporal Simon Agbeko has become a persona of hope for persons struggling with homelessness and the deprived.
While Lance Corporal Agbeko and his team are yet to provide a real house for any individual living on the streets, he has been reaching out to them in small but laudable ways.
The Ghanaian Police officer who works with the Accra Regional Police Command has once again embarked on donating to accident victims and birthing mothers at the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital.
Lance Corporal Agbeko visited the Accident Center at the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital on December 25, 2019, to donate to the women.
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