PHOTOS: McBrown, Becca, Van Vicker, and other celebrities who marked their birthday in August

PHOTOS: McBrown, Becca, Van Vicker, and other celebrities who marked their birthday in August

Birthday are momentous days for almost everyone and many people go the extra mile to immortalise their special day in stunning visuals.

Our Manifesto: This is what believes in

Install our latest app for Android and read the best news about Ghana!

While the prevailing coronavirus pandemic has affected the cerebration of important occasions such as weddings and birthdays, some Ghanaian celebrities, including Nana Ama McBrown, Becca, Van Vicker, and other acclaimed celebrities lived their moment of joy.

READ ALSO: PHOTOS: Impressive photos of the ongoing construction of the $94m Pokuase Interchange pop up

Although most of them did not celebrate their momentous day with a grand birthday party, they marked the day with bedazzling snaps. They served their fans and followers with admirable birthday frames on their various social media platforms.

Multiple award-winning Ghanaian actress and TV presenter, Nana Ama McBrown and celebrated singer Becca, celebrated their birthdays on the same day.

The duo flooded their social media handles with stunning snaps as they flaunted their flawless beauty to announce their 'earthdays'.

READ ALSO: Patricia Mawuli: Meet Ghana's first female pilot and Black African to be certified to build Rotax Aircraft Engines has compiled stunning photos of 5 Ghanaian celebrities who have celebrated their birthday in August.

1. Actress and TV presenter, Nana Ama McBrown. August 15, 1977.

2. Ghanaian singer, Becca. August 15, 1984.

3. Ghanaian actor, Van Vicker. August 1, 1977.

4. Ghanaian-American professional wrestler, Kofi Kingston. August 14, 1981.

5. Ghanaian afropop, dancehall, and reggae artiste, Fancy Gadam. August 16, 1988.

Meanwhile, earlier reported that a resilient Ghanaian young man named Ibrahim Razak has recounted his life experience and heaps of financial struggles as a student nurse.

Razak, 22, reveals that he has been pushing trolleys, popularly known as trucks, at the Kasoa market in the Central Region to finance his education.

The determined young man recently sat for an interview with SVTV Africa and revealed that he is a first-year student nurse at the Bole Nursing Training College in the Northern Region.

In another story, celebrated African literary titan, Ama Ata Aidoo, has been greatly celebrated in the latest 15-track album, Twice As Tall by Nigerian afrobeat artiste, Burna Boy.

The album, which was released in August and has received worldwide acclaim, recognises Ama Ata Aidoo as an advocate in projecting a positive African image.

Burna Boy acknowledges Ama Aidoo’s contribution in shaping the African narrative in a positive perspective against western narrative that highlights Africa in the context of a poverty-stricken continent.

READ ALSO: Meet Obaa Rose, the budding Ghanaian female gospel singer with a physical disability (Photos)

Carruthers Tetteh: Overcoming blindness to be a lawyer in Ghana:

Subscribe to watch new videos

Have national and human interest issues to discuss? Know someone who is extremely talented and needs recognition?

Your stories and photos are always welcome. Get interactive via our Facebook page!

Source: Yen

Online view pixel