- Former President John Mahama is celebrating his 62nd birthday today, November 29, 2020
- One of Mahama's sons, Sharaf, has popped up with very rare throwback photos of his father while sharing a birthday message
- Sharaf's message comes after earlier messages from his mother Lordina and sister, Farida
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One of former President John Mahama's sons, Sharaf Mahama, has celebrated his father with some stunning throwback photos.
The former president has turned 62 years old today, Sunday, November 29, 2020.
Taking to social media to celebrate her father's new age, Sharaf decided to give his followers a look into his childhood.
The photos, two in number, show Sharaf as a toddler in the care of his father.
While one of the photos had Mahama wearing a smock with Sharaf on his lap inside a room, the other had the former wearing a suit and holding Sharaf in what looks like a shot from a plane.
Sharing the photos, Sharaf expressed his love for his father. He also prayed for God to bless his father and give him a long life to enjoy the fruits of his labour.
"Happy Birthday, Dad. May God bless your endeavours and sustain your life long enough to enjoy the fruits of your labour. Love you ❤️."
Meanwhile, former President Mahama's daughter, Farida, is one of the people leading cheers in celebration fo his birthday.
Just like Sahraf, Farida also took to social media to share some lovely photos and messages to mark her father's special day
Earlier, former First Lady Lordina Mahama has paid homage to former President John Dramani Mahama, as he marks his 62nd birthday.
As earlier reported by YEN.com.gh, John Mahama was born on November 29, 1958, a year later after Ghana attained independence in 1957.
In an earnest birthday message to John Mahama, Lordina described her husband as her ''inspiration, strength, and soulmate.''
The former first lady noted that through their strife and pleasant times, Mahama h
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