- Diana Antwi Hamiltons turned a year older on Friday, December 4, 2020
- The gospel singer released two photos in celebration of her birthday
- Fans have hailed and wisher her well following the release of the birthday photos
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Award-winning gospel singer Diana Antwi Hamilton is a year older today, Friday, December 4, 2020.
In celebration of her special, Hamilton has shared two stunning photos with her fans on social media.
The first of the two photos has the Mo Ne Yo hitmaker wearing a dress made from a blue African print material with bird-like designs in them.
Captioning the photo, Hamilton thanked God for the gift of life.
"The Essence of my praise is centred on Your grace Lord. Thank You for the gift of life. Happy birthday to me," she said.
In her second post, Diana Hamilton wore a sleeveless version of her earlier dress made with a different material.
Sharing the second photo, the singer was still full of praise for God saying it was only by his grace.
"Adom ooo Nyame..... Happy birthday to me," she said.
Following the two photos posted by the gospel singer, followers on social media have been wishing her a happy birthday.
Adom TV presenter Sister Sandy (sistersandybiy3guy) wished Hamilton a long life and good health:
"HBD❤️❤️❤️❤️. Nkwa tenten ne ahoɔden !!"
Angel FM presenter Ohemaa Woyeje (ohemaawoyeje) described Hamilton as an icon:
"Happy bday Icon ❤️❤️❤️."
UTV and Peace FM presenter Akosua Sarpong (akosuasarpong33) said:
"Happy birthday queen Adom nkoaa ❤️❤️❤️❤️."
In other birthday news, UTV presenter Adwoa Yeboah Agyei also turned a year older today, December 4, 2020.
The Laws Of Love presenter and newscaster shared a photo and video in celebration of her birthday.
Adwoa Yeboah's photo and video got many followers joining in in the celebration of her special day.
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