Lydia Forson's mother dances to Lumba's Aben Wo Ha on her birthday

Lydia Forson's mother dances to Lumba's Aben Wo Ha on her birthday

- Actress Lydia Forson's mother, Janet Forosn, celebrated her mother on Tuesday, April 28, 2020

- The actress surprised Mrs Forson with a lovely and fun-filled party in the house

- A video from the party has Lydia's mother dancing to Daddy Lumba's Aben Wo Ha song

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The mother of Ghanaian actress Lydia Forson, Mrs Janet Forson, has been spotted dancing happily to Daddy Lumba's ben Wo Ha song in a new video.

The lovely video is from a surprise birthday celebration the actress held for her mother at their home.

Lydia Forson's mother turned a year older on Tuesday, Aril 28, 2020, and she decided to surprise her.

Being in the times of social distancing and all, Lydia had to hold a modest and private celebration at home and even that was fun-filled.

In a video from the mini-party, Lydia's mother could be seen walking upstairs while her daughter sang happy birthday for her.

The birthday celebrant came downstairs. Wearing a red shirt and a black pair of shorts, Lydia's mother took to the floor to show her dancing skills.

At a point, Lydia joined her mother on the dancefloor as they jammed to Daddy Lumba's classic hit, Aben Wo Ha. And the actress tried to teach her mother a few current dance moves.

Later, Mrs Forson was seen cutting her birthday cake as Lydia and the few people in the house sang for her.

As previously reported by YEN.com.gh, Lydia Forson had earlier taken to social media to celebrate her mother's birthday by sharing stunning photos of her.

One of the photos had Lydia's mother dressed in colourful kente with a natural hairstyle to go with it.

Sharing the photos, Lydia thanked God for her mother's life and expressed appreciation for the relationship they share.

"The older I get the more I appreciate the relationship I have with my mother and just how rare and special it is. Some days I catch myself just staring at her when she’s not looking and wondering how I got so lucky- I mean my mother is literally my best friend," she wrote.

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