- Social media user Anita Jackson Ofori has marked her birthday with stunning photos
- She posted images of herself in different outfits to mark her momentous day
- Anita's recent photos have generated tons of comments and reactions on social media
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Birthdays are special moments and many mark it with stunning images of themselves to capture memories to reminisce on the feel-good times in the future.
Anita Jackson Ofori, a social media user recently shared endearing images on Facebook to celebrate her special day.
With her long hair extension and different stunning dresses clinching to her beautiful body, Anita Jackson Ofori, shared admirable images after she posed for the camera.
She posted the images on social media and many could not resist bowing down to her flawless looks and heavy backside.
Anita reigned like a 'goddess' in her black short dress which she accessorised with glitter-encrusted short earrings and a brown ladies’ watch.
In honour of the momentous day, she shared photos of herself in different outfits
Anita celebrated her birthday today, March 9, 2020, and she took to a popular Facebook group to celebrate her day while urging members to mark her day with her.
''Pls bless me small it’s my birthday today,'' she said in a post on Facebook.
Anita’s admirable photos generated some endearing reactions on social media after they surfaced online.
In other stories, YEN.com.gh previously reported that a young Form One student at Opoku Ware School (OWASS), born disabled, whose father abandoned his mother after she gave birth to another disabled child has received a wheelchair and a GHC1,000 cash donation.
Identified only as Kwasi for the purpose of this article, he completed junior high school with aggregate 8 in the 2019 BECE and was placed in his first choice school, OWASS.
His mother is a table-top tomatoes seller at Aburaso in the Atwima Kwanwoma District, Ashanti Region and has been struggling to raise her kids by herself.
uUnlike his father, Kwasi’s best friend has not abandoned him.
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