- Photos of Ibrahim Dauda's son have popped up online
- The young boy who turned one not too long ago really resembles his dad
- His photos surfaced online on his birthday as he posed for the cameras
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YEN.com.gh has come across cute photos of the son of Ibrahim Dauda, famed as Ibrah One or Ibrah1, who is noted to be one of Ghana's richest young men and also a forex trader.
The young boy, who is believed to be called Asad, had his pictures posted online after he turned 1-years-old in July.
Photos showed the young boy, who looked so much like his dad, posing for the cameras as he had fun on his first birthday.
The young boy turned a year old on July 11, 2020 and he could not keep calm about it as posts were made on his behalf on social media.
One of the photos saw Asad sitting calmly in front of his birthday balloons wearing a shirt with the inscription: "I am probably trending right now."
Another photo showed the young replica of Ibrah1 wearing an orange outfit with a Koala on it.
A video saw Asad playing with his birthday balloons while dressed in a yellow shirt and blue shorts.
Asad is the son of young millionaire, Ibrah1, and socialite, Khadija Labelle, who is known on social media as Dija Labelle.
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The couple is reportedly separated following complaints Labelle made about Ibrah1.
Ibrah1 gained a lot of media attention when he decided to cross swords with outspoken Member of Parliament for Assin Central, Kennedy Agyapong.
The duo was engaged in banter about corruption, but Ibrah1's brother stepped into the matter and apologised to the MP on his brother's behalf.
Speaking about children and anniversaries, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that the mother of Theophilus Tagoe, famed as Castro, who went missing some years ago, has spoken in a recent interview following claims that she was poor and dejected.
While speaking in a radio interview on Onua FM, Castro's mother said claims made by lawyer, Maurice Ampaw, to the effect that she was now dejected and poor following her son's disappearance were false.
She went on to say that she did not know Maurice Ampaw and had never seen him in person before.
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