- Joyce Dzidzor Mensah has popped up with another video on social media
- The video has her showing the face of the man she claims is her baby daddy
- The decision to unveil the man comes after he refused to attend the naming ceremony of their baby
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Former HIV/AIDS Ambassador, Joyce Dzidzor Mensah, is in the news once again after making revelations about the father of her newly born baby.
Dzidzor Mensah announced in March 2020 she had delivered a new baby.
As earlier reported by YEN.com.gh, the baby was delivered in Germany where Dzidzor has been living for some time now.
Three months after her announcement, Dzidzor has popped up again with an accusation against the father of her child.
According to Dzidzor, the man she has only identified as Mr Stephen refused to attend the naming ceremony of their child that was held on 27 June.
In a video on social media, Dzidzor indicated that said Mr Stephen had asked her to organise the naming ceremony.
But after she put all her efforts into organising the naming ceremony, the man failed to turn up and even blocked her from contacting him.
Dzidzor disclosed that Mr Stephen's behaviour has broken her heart and she is finding it difficult to sleep.
During her speech, Dzidzor released a photo of the said Mr Stephen she is claiming is the father of her newborn baby.
A very controversial figure, Dzidzor Mensah came into the limelight when she boldly declared herself as an HIV carrier and got named as an AIDS ambassador.
After declaring herself as HIV positive and serving as AIDS ambassador for several years, she later claimed she lied about her status, leading to her being stripped of her ambassadorial role.
Dzidzor has since been involved in other controversies, including stripping down on social media.
She has also been involved in unsubstantiated accusations against prominent people.
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Source: Yen Ghana