- UTV presenter, Maame Yaa Konamah, has clocked a new age today, June 12
- The popular television show host has splashed her Instagram page with beautiful photos along with a message of gratitude to mark her day
- She appeared in photos shot by gregdomphotography_officia and outfits designed by @phosua_detailed
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UTV presenter, Miss Konamah, born Maame Yaa Konamah, is giving her followers and loved ones a peek into her sweet birthday celebration today, June 12.
The popular media figure posted adorable pictures and a birthday message on her Instagram page, writing, ''Unto God the giver and preserver of lives be all my praise and thanksgiving.
''You alone are worthy of my praise, thank you, dear Lord. I’m grateful to you,'' she said.
In the photos shot by gregdomphotography_official, Maame Yaa Konadu appeared in stunning long dresses styled with pearls by @phosua_detailed.
She appeared in seven beautiful photos, which have garnered positive birthday comments from her fans, followers, and loved ones.
Akosuasarpong33 said: ''Happy birthday Obaa Yaa God bless you.''
''Blessed birthday mummy ,'' Akua_dina said.
Abena_kwartema simply wrote: ''Happy birthday ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️.''
''You are blessed, mummy. Age with grace,'' Sam Loko said.
Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported Joy FM/TV presenter, Kojo Yankson, has celebrated his birthday after enduring the challenges in recent days.
The popular Ghanaian media figure has been in the news for allegedly sleeping with Abena Korkor after the mental health activist and bipolar patient mentioned him as one of the men she has laid in a damning clip.
Kojo Yankson, however, has neither commented on Abena Korkor's claims about her alleged affair with him nor the revelation that he was dating GHOne TV's Nana Aba Anamoah while he was having an affair with the actress Lydia Forson.
In a separate story, a US-Ghanaian high school graduate, Verda Tetteh, who turned down her $40,000 scholarship money says she is not the most in need of the amount, reports NBC Nightly News.
Tetteh, 17, received a full ride to Harvard University with the additional $40,000 scholarship for books, computers, and living expenses but she turned it down.
The straight-A student dropped jaws at her school's graduation ceremony when she won the school's coveted scholarship for general excellence and claimed $10,000 for each of the next four years, but unexpectedly returned to the podium within minutes to turn it down.
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