Diamond Appiah has gifted two of her mentors brand new cars on her birthday
The one-time parliamentary aspirant gifted Fred Kyei Mensah and actress Grace Omaboe with KIA cars
Diamond did the gift giveaway at her plush 33rd birthday party in her home
One-time politician and parliamentary aspirant, Diamond Appiah, threw a lavish birthday party for herself in her huge mansion on September 5, 2020.
The party which was to celebrate her 33rd birthday saw many celebs in attendance and also saw a lot of food, drinks, and non-stop merrymaking.
The birthday celebrant arrived in grand style wearing a glittering-gold-themed gown amid escorts holding expensive bottles of champagnes.
It is prototypical for birthday celebrants to be showered with gifts and immense love on the day of the celebration but Diamond Appiah chose to turn the tables.
Many things were captured on the night but the most notable of all was when the birthday celebrant announced that she had gifts for her guests.
Diamond Appiah walked the attendees to what looked like a garage and unveiled 2 Kia cars which she was gifting to 2 mentors in her life.
The Kia cars - one black and one white - were being gifted to one Fred Kyei Mensah and veteran actress Grace Omaboe popularly known as Maame Dokono.
After the cars were unveiled, the recipients were made to sit in them and start the engines to prove that indeed the cars were indeed fresh.
Diamond Appiah's birthday party was attended by almost all the big names in the music and movie industry.
The likes of Kalsoume Sinare, Celestine Donkor, Vicky Zugah, Selassie Ibrahim, Beverly Afaglo, Akofa Edjeani Aseidu, Dzifa Gomashie and a host of others were all in attendance.
Meanwhile, a latest video of Dr Kwame Fordjour bragging about his recent escapades with his fake award scheme has surfaced online and is fast going viral.
In the video, Dr Kwame Fordjour now referred to as Dr UN, was seen in what looked like a small eatery with some people and was speaking about the UN award scheme.
Among many other things, he indicated that he was the one who could make people stars but people like him had been relegated to the background.
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