- A Ghanaian husband and father of three sets of twins, Paapa Assah Adama, has posed with his family in a stunning photo
- Assah Adama was captured with his wife and adorable babies in a family photo, and in another, with one of his sons
- The stunning images have generated attention online
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A Ghanaian husband and father of three sets of twins, Paapa Assah Adama, and his beautiful wife have posed with their adorable babies.
The pair were captured in a spectacular image with all six babies as they beamed for the camera with broad smiles.
Assah Adama, a former student of the Ghana Institute of Journalism, currently lives with his family outside the country.
In the stunning photo, that has erupted with pleasant commentaries on social media, Adama glowed for the camera while he held one of his girls in his arms.
His beautiful wife stood next to him with one of their girls in her arms as the family captured a moment of awe.
The adorable family proudly rocked matching African prints with style as they owned their roots as Ghanaians.
Assah Adama's family photo with his wife and their three sets of twins have generated tons of reactions after he shared it on social media.
Petra Aba Asamoah was overwhelmed by the adorable family photo.
She wrote: ''Squad! Beautiful family.''
"This is sweet. Perfect picture. God bless you,''Joyce Sackitey said.
Ruth Bazing prayed for God's blessing for the family.
"God please I want some ❤️ Paapa Paapa Assah how do I get some .''
In another story, YEN.com.gh reported that a Black man identified as David Kenney has empowered a young man to never make the sky his limit.
David Kenney recently became another reason why Black peeps ought to relentlessly support Black businesses.
According to Kenney, who shared his motivating encounter with the young boy, he was touched to purchase a new lawn mower for the business-minded boy.
In a post on social media, Kenney disclosed that he witnessed the boy grinding as he went about his business selling water.
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