- Richard Brown a.k.a. Osebo, Nana Aba Anamoah's baby daddy, has asked for her forgiveness
- In a new post, Osebo, who is also known as the Zara Man, pled for forgiveness while sharing a photo of his son, Paa Kow
- The photo has Paa Kow and his mother at a birthday party
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Richard Brown, the father of Nana Aba Anamoah's son, Jyoti Paa Kow Anamoah, is virtually on his knees pleading with the son and his mother.
Brown, who is popularly known as Osebo or Zara Man, has begged for forgiveness from the award-winning broadcaster and her son.
While Nana Aba had been known to have a son she gave birth to as a teenager when she completed SHS, not much was known about the boy's father.
Later, it was revealed that Osebo had 'abandoned' Nana Aba after getting her pregnant, a situation which strained their relationship.
Since coming out to announce himself as the father of the broadcaster's son, businessman and fashionista has often praised Nana Aba for raising their son.
In his latest post which has been necessitated by a new photo of Nana Aba and Paa Kow which popped up online on Tuesday, September 29, 2020, Osebo showered more praises while being apologetic.
As earlier reported by YEN.com.gh, Nana Aba and her son were spotted at a birthday party with the GHOne TV presenter holding a little boy while Paa Kow stood by them.
After the photo popped up, Osebo reposted in on his Instagram page. It was in his caption that he urged the two to forgive him.
"Beautiful Mum and handsome son, ❤️❤️❤️ may the almighty God bless and protect you guys as always in his mighty name ❤️. Life is too short, let’s love and forgive one another . Nobody knows tomorrow ," he wrote.
The forgiveness post from Osebo comes after he recently dropped new photos on social media wearing a long skirt.
Just like many of the fashionista's previous photos, the long skirt photos got many social media users talking.
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