- A female Ghanaian nurse, Akua Afariwaa, has shared amazing photos on social media to mark her birthday
- Afariwaa flooded a popular Facebook public group with her birthday snaps, urging members to celebrate her special day with her
- The eye-catching photos have garnered massive reactions and sweet remarks from the members of the public group
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A female Ghanaian nurse, Akua Afariwaa, has set the internet ablaze with her striking appearance as she marked her new age with style in March 2021.
Afariwaa turned a new age on March 22 and she took to a popular Facebook public group to share a series of photos to celebrate her special day.
To mark her grand day, the female nurse splashed social media with awe-inspiring birthday snaps, flexing her grid and beauty.
Afariwaa shared photos attired in her working uniform and also appears in a royal blue straight dress.
The lovely woman can be seen in the photos rocking long black hair extensions as she posed for the camera with chic.
The series of birthday images that she flooded social media with, asking members of the popular public group to celebrate her day with her have garnered nearly 7 000 reactions and over 1.2 000 comments.
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that eight-year-old Talented Kids Season 12 contestant, Raymond Nyarko Appiah, better known as Akwadaa Nyame has given a heart-rending narration about his life.
The youngster who has faced cycles of rejections disclosed that he has never set his eyes on his biological father.
In an interview with Kofi Adoma on Kofi TV, Nyarko Appiah disclosed that his biological father denied him before he was born, compelling his mother to roam in churches with him on Sundays to minister to earn some money for their upkeep.
In other news, Sylvia Dogah is making history as the first-ever Ghanaian female kickboxer to participate in the Arab Boxing Grand Prix Championship from April 21 to May 1, 2021.
The young female kickboxer will imprint her name in the sands of time as the first Ghanaian female to participate in such an international tournament.
Dogah joins the ranks of notable Ghanaian women who made history in their fields, including Rosmond Asiama Nkansah, the first Ghanaian woman to be recruited into the then Gold Coast Police Force, and Susan Barbara Gyankorama Ofori-Atta who became the first female doctor in the Gold Coast.
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