Peace FM's Akosua Ago Aboagye celebrates birthday with stunning photos

Peace FM's Akosua Ago Aboagye celebrates birthday with stunning photos

- Peace FM and Okay FM broadcaster Akosua Ago Aboagye has turned a year older

- Ago Aboagye has shared some beautiful photos in celebration of the birthday

- The photos have been hailed by the presenter's followers on social media

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Peace FM newscaster Akosua Ago Aboagye has shared some stunning photos on social media as she turns a year older.

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Today, Wednesday, March 4, 2020, marks the birthday of Ago Aboagye who doubles as a presenter on Peace FM's sister station Okay FM.

To celebrate the birthday, Ago Aboagye has taken to Instagram to share some beautiful photos of herself.

Sharing the photos, Ago Aboagye expressed her gratitude to the Almighty God.

"Daddy, you have seen me through the fire and in my darkness nights, you’re closer than no other. I have known you as a Father, I have known you as a friend, and I have lived in the Goodness of God. Happy birthday Eno Ago. Happy birthday Alice," she wrote.

@talklifegh said: "Happy birthday Ako. Age in Grace."

@iamnaaadoley88 also said: "Happy birthday dear."

@ama_unice wished for God's blessings for Ago Aboagye: "Happy birthday to you dear... May God continue to bless you."

@maame_ama_delali wished for more beautiful years for the Peace FM presenter: "Heart of Gold... Happy birthday, dear. Wishing you more beautiful years ahead."

@iamagyekumwaafordjour also said: "Happy birthday, dear. Age from grace to grace."

In other news, Afia Schwar has finally opened up on how she met one of her ex-husbands, Lawrence Abrokwa.

According to her, she had eight surgeries after being diagnosed with kidney stones and fibroids.

After the surgery, Afia recounted that she could not do anything on her own and was confined to her wheelchair.

Consequently, her brother, whom she lived with, employed the services of a white nurse to look after her, but the charges were exorbitant leaving them with no option than to let the nurse go.

Eventually, the chance came for Abrokwa to be employed solely to take care of Afia’s needs.

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