- Actress Nadia Buari has stunned fans with her Twi in a post
- A fan was complimenting her beauty in the Akan language and she responded in Akan too
- This has surprised the fan who perhaps did not know that Nadia could write that
- Many others have praised the mother of four for looking so beautiful
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Beautiful Ghanaian actress Nadia Buari has surprised her fans by responding to praises in Twi.
A fan by name Skimpy had praised Nadia by writing in the Akan language that she is beautiful.
The ever-young looking actress responded in Akan too saying “medaase” (which means thank you), surprising her fan so much.
iamskimpy_de_roomdesigner: “woho y3f3 papa.”
iamnadiabuari: “@iamskimpy_de_roomdesigner medaase.”
Another fan was also surprised to learn that Nadia could speak Twi:
nanaokoagyemang3: “@iamnadiabuari eii madam,you can speak twi? Hwrrrr.”
The comments came after Nadia shared a beautiful photo in yellow, and captioned it as “the cake and the icing”.
Others have commented on the photo with praises for Nadia
Emelu, for instance, described the actress as hot:
nwachinemelu_: “How's she so hot.”
Ibukun could not resist Nadia’s skin:
adegboyega_ibukun: “I ❤️ your skin.”
Kenny admired the mother of four and of course twins:
beautykenny822: “Mama for twins you are so hot.”
Joseph also described her as gorgeous:
To Majorita, Nadia is simply beautiful:
Nadia Buari is very respected and adored by Ghanaians because she has always avoided controversies and maintained her self-respect.
She was recently in the news when a photo of her looking slimmer popped up.
Fans could not believe their eyes as they said she did not look like a mother of four.
Nadia was also in the news for sharing a passionate kiss with the husband causing one of their twin girls to comment.
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