Juliet Ibrahim shows lovely side as she wishes wife of her ex-husband happy birthday

Juliet Ibrahim shows lovely side as she wishes wife of her ex-husband happy birthday

- Juliet Ibrahim has shown off her good heart

- The actress has put everything aside to wish her ex-husband's wife a happy birthday

- Juliet was the former wife of Kwadwo Safo Jr

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Ghanaian actress, Juliet Ibrahim, has proven that she is a kindhearted personality.

The award-winning actress has earned massive praise after showing maturity.

Thursday, May 20, 2021, happens to be the birthday of the wife of her husband, Kwadwo Safo Jr.

Juliet Ibrahim shows maturity as she wishes wife of her ex-husband happy birthday
Juliet Ibrahim shows maturity as she wishes wife of her ex-husband happy birthday (Photo credit: Instagram/Kwadwo Safo)
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However, Kwadwo Safo took to social media to release beautiful photos of his wife.

The photos attracted reactions from Kwadwo Safo's followers as they wished his wife a happy birthday.

One of the wishes that caught the attention of many is Juliet who also wished Kojo's wife well on her birthday.

In commenting on the photos, Juliet wrote, "Happy birthday Zee."

Meanwhile, highlife sensation Kuami Eugene has clarified his position on the #FixTheCountry campaign on social media.

Ghanaians have besieged President Nana Akufo-Addo and his government to fix the many problems in the country.

The campaign which started on Twitter weeks ago has gathered momentum outside social media with many putting pressure on the government to solve problems ranging from the economy, power, roads, to health.

The singer's comment brought him a lot of backlash with former TV3 Presenter, Bridget Otoo, among those who slammed him for his comment about #FixTheCountry.

But in an exclusive chat with YEN.com.gh, the reigning VGMA Artiste of the Year has explained his statement was taken out of context.

According to him, his 'fix your mentality' comment was meant for every Ghanaian to work on themselves first before going at others and not as a response to the campaigners.

"If I say fix your mentality first, it's with regards to anywhere we find ourselves, individually. So we fix yourself in your job, homes, workplaces before anything [and] I said that prior to what is going on.

"I wasn't even talking to the president. I wasn't talking about what is going on. I was talking about people trying to feed into other people's life. Just fix yourself," Eugene explained to YEN.com.gh.

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