- Baby Lorde, a 3-year-old Ghanaian child regarded as the richest kid in the country has earned a net worth of billions of old Ghana cedis
- The celebrity kid is the daughter of Ghanaian film-maker Kafui Danku and her husband, Kojo Pitcher
- Before Baby Lorde turned 1, she already landed a deal as a brand ambassador with the renowned firm Royal Monopoly which earned her GH¢ 100,000
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The 3-year-old daughter of Kafui Danku and her husband, Kojo Pitcher named Baby Lorde is a Brand Ambassador for a baby brand named Royal Monopoly which has earned her more than a billion old Ghana cedis.
Africacelebrities.com reports that the baby was born on October 26, 2016, and before she was even a year old, Baby Lorde landed herself her first endorsement deal with the popular firm.
By the time the baby girl turned one year old on October 26, 2017, she already had over 25k followers on Instagram and her net worth was estimated to be over GH¢100k.
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Having attained over a billion old Ghana cedis before turning one, by extension, Baby Lorde's current net worth can be estimated to be somewhere above GHC 300k now that she is three years old.
Her number of followers on Instagram has also currently shot up to a whopping 226k followers although the account remains private.
The multiple award-winning filmmaker Kafui Danku and her husband have clearly set up a great life for their daughter long before she would get the chance to understand what she has.
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By the time Baby Lorde would be 10 or 15, she would already be swimming in financial freedom made by herself. Perhaps, this is a great lesson for every parent out there on how to build a life for their wards.
In other news, Patience Dositha, a young woman who lost her entire family & hand during the First Congo War now runs renowned Able Photography brand with one hand
When all her family died, 3-month-old Patience was adopted by a random family fleeing to Rwanda who later rejected her as she was growing up
Becoming a homeless child, Patience fled to Kenya with the help of a family friend, where she got the opportunity to learn photography
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