- Actress and entrepreneur, Selassie Ibrahim, has shared a heartfelt message to celebrate her mother's birthday
- The CEO of Smarttys Management and Production described her mother as her best friend
- Selassie Ibrahim posted the heartening message along with a lovely photo twinning with her mother
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Popular Ghanaian actress and entrepreneur, Selassie Ibrahim, has shared a heartfelt message to celebrate her mother's birthday.
Ibrahim attributes her success as an actress and businesswoman to the fervent prayers of her mother.
In the sweet post shared to her over two-hundred thousand followers on Instagram, the Chief Executive Officer of Smarttys Management and Production revealed her mother is her prayer warrior.
The celebrated entertainer also described her mother as her best friend as she decreed and declared divine health, long life, and peace of mind for her.
''Happy blessed birthday to my prayer warrior, my best friend, and mother. Dada, God richly bless you for all you do for me. Good health, long life, and peace of mind are your portion IJMN. Love you my Dada❤️❤️❤️,'' she wrote on her Instagram page.
The actress accompanied the sweet birthday message with stunning photos, glowing alongside her mother.
In the photos online, Ibrahim's mother dons a white print while the actress is seen adorned in a dress with a matching colour.
Her mother proudly rocks long black braids and luxurious pearls while she is wearing short black hair extensions.
The adorable photo of the mother-daughter duo twinning has racked in sweet compliments from Ibrahim's followers on social media.
Selassie Ibrahim is a Ghanaian actress, film producer, television personality, philanthropist, and entrepreneur.
She runs Smarttys Management and Production, a venture that specialises in producing adverts, documentaries, movies, magazines, public relations, and consultancy services.
In other news, Ghanaian rapper and businessman, Nhyiraba Kojo Sika, known in real life as Rashid Joseph, has recounted how he used to work as a head porter in Kaneshie in Accra to fend for himself.
According to the rapper, he went through frustrating and exhausting moments as a head porter popularly referred to as kayayo.
During this period of his life, Joseph, who was not famed as Nhyiraba Kojo Sika at the time, significantly suffered under the pressure of challenges from his deprived background.
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