- Nana Aba Anamoah has marked her birthday with stunning snaps
- The on-air TV/radio personality delivered the frames on her social media platforms to celebrate her special day today, June 19
- She appeared in the shots in a gold-themed dress designed by Shebybena and black hair extensions by Oh_my_hairr
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The general manager of EIB's GHOne TV, Nana Aba Anamoah, has marked her birthday with breathtaking photos as she clocked a new age today.
The famous on-air radio and television personality turned a year older today, June 19, 2021, and she's celebrating her special day in grand style.
Nana Aba Anamoah, who is known not just for her keen intelligence but also for her commanding sense of fashion, delivered impressive photos on her social media platforms.
''Happy 99th birthday to me this morning. I can’t wait for my 100th birthday celebration this afternoon,'' she captioned one of the photos.
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The onscreen goddess posed for the snaps in a gold-themed dress designed by shebybena and black hair extensions by oh_my_hairr.
In the adorable birthday pictures shot by Twinsdntbeg and Swag of Africanews, she beamed with smiles, showing off her flawless beauty.
Nana Aba Anamoah's loved ones, fans, followers, and colleagues in the media have headed to the comment section to celebrate her new age.
Ghanaian highlife musician, Kwabena Kwabena, known in real life as George Kwabena Adu, said: ''Happy birthday @thenanaaba have a blast.''
''Happy birthday ever-gorgeous God bless you so much .''
''To know you is to love you. Happy birthday @thenanaaba More Grace. More Life.''
''From the look of things, tomorrow you'll be 100 years.''
''Happy birthday beautiful woman. Keep shining,'' Enkasa said.
In a separate story, YEN.comgh reported despite living with a disability, Alima Wahabu, a Ghanaian farmer in Zebilla District in the Upper East Region of Ghana has overcome the challenges.
The mother of five who is a widow has had to singlehandedly cater for her children following the demise of her husband.
Although her children have been neglected by her late husband's family, Alima Wahabu has braved the odds amid the difficulties and has become an epitome of resilience.
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Source: Yen News