- Adom TV presenter Maame Yeboaa Asiedu has shared a video and photo of her son, Kojo
- Maame Yeboaa shared the photos to celebrate the 14th birthday of the boy
- Followers of the Adom TV presenter's have been impressed with the photos and video
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Adom TV presenter Maame Yeboaa Asiedu, popularly known as Maame Gold, has flaunted her son on social media.
Today, Friday, October 16, 2020, marks the birthday of Maame Gold's son who is known as Kojo. Kojo is 14 years old.
To celebrate his 14th birthday, the Adom TV presenter decided to share a photo and a video of the young boy.
The video has Kojo and his mother standing inside their house with the boy wrapping his hand around the neck of his mother.
The boy indicated that his preferred birthday present is a PS4 (PlayStation) game.
Sharing the video, Yeboaa Asiedu asked her followers to join her in celebrating her son.
"Please help me celebrate my son Kojo@14," she captioned the video.
Later she shared a photo with Kojo with the caption:
"May the God Lord guide and Protect you for all forms of evil.! Happy birthday Son!! Everyone loves you very much!!"
The photos and video from Maame Yeboaa got loads of reactions from her followers on social media who joined in wishing the boy well.
Star actress Selassie Ibrahim (@selassie_ibrahim) described Kojo as big boy:
"Happy birthday big boy."
Angel FM's Nana Yaa Brefo (@nanayaabrefo) urged the mother to buy the game for the boy:
"Please buy him PS4 why osofo."
abena_ruthy sounded astonished as she prayed for the boy:
"Wow. Glorious birthday dear. Live to fulfil destiny. May God bless you always ."
Kojo's birthday comes exactly five months after that of his elder sister, Nama, who turned 15 years old in May 2020.
Just like Kojo's birthday Yeboaa Asiedu shared photos and video of Nama who is her only daughter in celebration.
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