- 2010 GMB winner, Nana Ama, has turned 30 years old and celebrated in style
- Nana Ama shared photos of her looking beautiful as she celebrated her new age
- The photos have led to many well-wishes for the former beauty queen
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Former Ghana's Most Beautiful (GMB) queen, Nana Ama Agyeiwaa, has dropped new stunning photos on social media to celebrate her 30th birthday.
Wednesday, 8 July, marked the birthday of Nana Ama who won the fourth season of GMB in 2010.
Born in 1990, Ama GMB, as fans prefer to call her, has reached the milestone age of 30 and decided to show off her beauty with stunning birthday photos.
The photos, as sighted by YEN.com.gh, are from a special birthday photoshoot Nana Ama had just to celebrate her milestone.
In the photos, Ama GMB wore an elegant outfit made from colourful African print material with beads draped around her hands and neck.
With beaming smiles, Ama GMB looked as gorgeous as ever.
Sharing the photos, the former GMB queen wrote:
"The girl is 30! Wow, a whole new decade. Thirty and thriving."
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Ama GMB also released another set of photos of her wearing a different African print dress.
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The photos of Ama GMB got many of her followers wishing her well.
Reigning GMB queen, Ekua (@ekuagmb19), said:
"Queen. Happy, happy birthday. God bless you so much. I love you ❤️❤️"
esi_the_queen said: "Sagalicious sagaa wele. Nana hemaa wo nkwa so ooooo. Nya nkwa daa."
@piesie_nokturnal said: "Happy birthday my namesake; Ama Nyamewaa; Nyame Nkomo nter3 wahyie mu."
@mylady_dee wished her well: "Happy birthday Ama Ahouf3 bless your beautiful spirit."
@jacqui_lly welcomed her to the thirties: "Yes honey, welcome to dirty thirty my friend ❤"
Ama GMB is a clinical psychologist and the proprietress of East Royale Montessori School.
For those who might have forgotten, Ama GMB represented the Eastern region in the 2010 edition of the Ghana's Most Beautiful competition. She took over the queen-ship from 2009 winner, Nasara, whose reign as queen was officially scrapped by the organisers.
Nana Ama was succeeded by Sally Akua Amoakowaa, also known as Akua GMB, who won in 2011 and has become one of the most popular GMB queens because of her marriage to business mogul, Dr Kwaku Oteng.
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