Ghanaian actress and social commentator Yvonne Nelson has revealed that her faith in God doubled when she heard that her friend Nana Ama McBrown was finally pregnant.
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In an interview on UTV and monitored by YEN.com.gh, Yvonne Nelson- who is also a mother- said from the conversations she had had previously with McBrown, the news of her pregnancy was nothing short of a miracle, which made her believe that God was powerful and no matter the time, he will fulfill His promise to his children.
“It was on set of Girls connection or some other movie, when we had a chat and you told me how difficult it has been for you trying to conceive, at that time I didn’t have any plans of getting pregnant myself at all, and I listened carefully so when news came that you were pregnant I couldn’t…I mean it was not like it couldn’t happen, but what you told me on that set and the news, it was like the greatest miracle ever, and my faith in God even doubled. I was really happy for you,” Yvonne Nelson said.
Nana Ama McBrown's struggles to get pregnant after all these years became an issue for all her friends, family and fans.
The joy of becoming pregnant and giving birth has been her testimony to several women who are in her situation. She keeps telling her story with every opportunity she gets
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Nana Ama McBrown's daughter, Maxin Mawushie Mensah aka Baby Maxin, maybe just a year old but she is already a star.
The little girl has made her first appearance on television as she appeared on her mother's United Showbiz show on UTV on Saturday, February 22, 2020.
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