- Fada Dickson has shown massive love to Nana Ama McBrown's daughter, Baby Maxin
- On February 21, 2020, Baby Maxin celebrated her first birthday as social media got flooded with her photos
- The day Baby Maxin turned a year old, McBrown took advantage of the occasion to show the full face of her daughter for the first time
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Managing Director of Despite Media Group, Fada Dickson, has shown massive love to Nana Ama McBrown's daughter, Baby Maxin.
On February 21, 2020, Baby Maxin celebrated her first birthday as social media got flooded with her photos.
The day Baby Maxin turned a year old, McBrown took advantage of the occasion to show the full face of her daughter for the first time.
Now, Fada Dickson who is the right-hand man of business mogul, Osei Kwame Despite, has shared beautiful photos of McBrown and her daughter.
In the photos sighted by YEN.com.gh, Fada Dickson, in a selfie pose with McBrown and Baby Maxin, looked excited.
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Captioning the photos, Fada Dickson wrote, "Be blessed beyond measures cutey."
The said photos have attracted massive reactions from social media users.
@naaatsweitennis commented: "Awwww this kid is soo adorable she likes to smile a lot."
@bazzgal also wrote: "Beautiful baby... God bless u lil Princess."
@allonagh: "The doing of the Lord see beauty."
@obaapatianagh: "See the way she pose for the shot soo cute."
@phenomenalcathy: "She already knows how to smile for the cameras...lovely."
Meanwhile, a photo of McBrown's daughter, Maxwell Mensah, carrying her daughter at her star-studded first birthday party has shown a striking resemblance between Maxin and her daddy.
The photo as sighted by YEN.com.gh shows Maxin has similar forehead, ears, and nose to that of her father.
The only real difference is that the little girl took after McBrown in complexion.
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