- Dancehall act Kaakie has been sighted with her baby girl in public for the first time
- The UK-based female singer was captured strolling in town with her baby who is less than a year old
- In an adorable video clip, Kaakie shows her baby's cute face to the public for the first time
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Ghanaian dancehall musician, Kaakie, known in private life as Grace Kaki Awo Ocansey, appears to be the happiest mother ever and she's having a blast enjoying every moment with her baby.
The UK-based singer and nurse tied the knot with her high school mate from Achimota School in a traditional wedding ceremony on January 2, 2020.
The couple welcomed their first baby girl in November that same year.
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In the adorable video sighted by YEN.com.gh, the Obolo singer who resides in the United Kingdom (UK) could be seen strolling in town with her baby.
Kaaki, 30, could not hide her excitement as she proudly walked her baby around rocking a flowing black outfit, enhancing her looks with black hair extensions.
In another video, the mother of one showed the face of her baby girl to the public for the first time along with the wording ''Rich babies in here tonight! popping some milk bottles.''
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that famous Ghanaian actress Nadia Buari has delivered impressive photos donning deluxe outfit she rocked to her sister Samera Buari's 90s themed birthday party.
Samera Buari celebrated her new age in March and she turned time's wings backwards to the 90s with her birthday party.
Family and friends who showed up at her party to celebrate her special day had to rock outfits set in the 90s.
In other news, hiplife music pioneer, Reggie Rockstone, known in real life as Reginald Yaw Asante Ossei, has aimed a jab at Achimota School for refusing two dreadlocked students admission.
The renowned Ghanaian rapper vehemently opposed the ''colonial rule'' that permits his alma matter to disallow the two male students' entry into the reputable school because of their natural hair.
Speaking in an interview with Abeiku Santana on Okay FM's flagship programme, Ekwanso Dwoodwoo, Reggie Rockstone, posited that the authorities at the Achimota School must amend the discriminatory rules.
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