- A photo of Kennedy Agyapong holding Nana Ama McBrown's daughter has popped up
- The photo was shared by McBrown in celebration of Ken Agyapong's birthday
- The Assin Central MP turned 60 years old on Tuesday, June 16, 2020
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A photo of Assin Central MP Kennedy Agyapong holding actress Nana Ama McBrown's daughter Maxin Mawushie Mensah has popped on social media.
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The beautiful photo sighted by YEN.com.gh, shows the early days of Baby Maxin, as the little girl is called, in her very early days.
The photo has Baby Maxin wrapped in a piece of cloth with Ken Agyapong holding her in his arms and smiling down on her.
The photo was shared on Baby Maxin's official Instagram page in celebration of Ken Agyapong's 60th birthday.
Sharing the photo Baby Maxin indicated that the photo was taken at the Heathrow Airport in London and that Ken Agyapong was the first Ghanaian she met.
Remember, McBrown delivered Baby Maxin in Canada in early 2019. It was while McBrown was returning that transited through London.
The photo of Ken Agyapong and Baby Maxin has warmed hearts on social media with followers of McBrown and her daughter sharing positive reactions.
Meanwhile, a private birthday party has been held in honour of Assin Central Kennedy Agyapong to celebrate his 60th birthday.
While he had wanted a very big party, he could not organise one because of restrictions on social gatherings.
But that notwithstanding, the outspoken MP had blast as he celebrated the milestone. He started his day with an appearance on NET2 TV he where he received well-wishes from the likes of Vice President Dr Mahamudu Bawumia, Azumah Nelson, Moses Foh Amoaning, and others on live TV.
Later in the day, a private party was held with some friends and family of Ken Agyapong in attendance.
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