- Nana Ama McBrown and her daughter, Baby Maxin, have visited John Dumelo's son, John Junior, on his birthday
- On their visit, McBrown and Baby Maxin presented a customised car to John Junior as a birthday gift
- In a video, the two adorable kids were seen going on a ride in the new car
- John Junior has turned two years old today, Tuesday, October 13, 2020
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Actress Nana Ama McBrown's daughter, Baby Maxin, and John Dumelo Junior, the son of John Dumelo have been spotted hanging out in a new video.
The video as sighted by YEN.com.gh has the two lovely children riding in a toy car in the home of Dumelo.
Maxin visited the house of Dumelo with her mother who presented the car from Amalena Children's Heaven to John Junior on his birthday.
Dumelo's son turned two years old on Tuesday, October 13, 2020, and McBrown passed by with Maxin to drop their gift.
In the video, Maxin and Dumelo's son are seen seated in the car which has been customised with his name as 'number plate'.
Dumelo Junior operates the car and moves backwards to hit a real car leaving his mother, Gifty, and the other people around shouting.
The boy and Maxin who seemed to be enjoying their ride together were unperturbed but smiled.
The video was shared on McBrown's Instagram with a message to wish John Junior a happy birthday.
"We Love you @johnd_jnr happy birthday from @iambabymaxin and @amalenachildrenshaven You are blessed ❤ #Brimm," she wrote.
Later, Baby Maxin's Instagram account shared a video from their visit as he presented the car to John Junior.
As earlier reported by YEN.com.gh, Dumelo's son, is now two years old. Prior to the gift from Baby Maxin and her mother, John Junior's parents had shared photos and lovely birthday messages for the little boy.
Meanwhile, Dumelo has officially filed his nomination form to contest the Ayawaso West parliamentary seat.
He successfully filed the forms on Wednesday, September 7, 2020, at the district of the Electoral Commission (EC) office in East Legon.
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