- Actor and NDC supporter Mr Beautiful has shown off his daughters on social media for the first time
- Sharing the lovely photos of the children, Mr Beautiful bragged that he was the best producer of girls
- The photos show Mr Beautiful has three adorable daughters
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Kumawood actor Mr Beautiful, known in private life Clement Bonney, has released new family photos on social media.
The photos have the actor-turned-politician flaunting his children, all girls, on social media for the first time.
In the photos sighted by YEN.com.gh, Mr Beautiful's daughters, three in number, are lined up in different poses.
The first photo has the children lined from the first to the last. While the eldest daughter carried a tablet phone, the two others carried other items. From the cone hats they wearing, it seemed like there was an occasion they celebrating.
Sharing the first photo, Mr Beautiful revealed the names of his daughters. The eldest is called Suaba, the second is called Maame, and the last born is Kokan.
The second photo has Suaba, the eldest of Mr Beautiful's daughters, standing in-between her younger sisters.
This time, the staunch supporter of John Mahama, bragged in his caption that he is the best producer of girls while thanking God for his girls.
"Thank God for my girls. I am the best girls producer," he captioned.
Meanwhile, Mr Beautiful recently descended on former President John Agyekum Kufour, accusing him of collapsing Concert Party.
Mr Beautiful says the NPP led by Kufour frustrated the system and ensured that the formerly cherished Akan stage play was collapsed.
According to him, Kufour employed the late Eva Lokko, who was also the running mate for the Progressive People’s Party (NPP)’s Papa Kwesi Ndoum, as the CEO of GBC.
Eva Lokko, at the orders of Kufour, increased the advertising and sponsorship rate of Concert Party which was then aired by GBC.
This, Mr Beautiful complained, frustrated the main sponsor of Concert Party, Key Soap, that it backed off the sponsorship bringing Concert Party to a close.
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