- Nana Ama McBrown's stepdaughter, Phoebe Mensah, has turned a year older
- The actress has taken to social media to share photos of Phoebe in celebration
- Phoebe is the daughter of McBrown's husband, Maxwell Mensah
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Celebrated Ghanaian actress and TV personality Nana Ama McBrown has celebrated the birthday of her stepdaughter, Phoebe Mensah.
Phoebe who is one of the children of McBrown's husband, Maxwell Mensah, turned a year older on Monday, June 21, 2021.
To celebrate Phoebe's birthday, McBrown took to social media to flaunt her in beautiful photos.
The photos show Phoebe dressed in a white t-shirt and tucked in a white lace skirt.
Phoebe rocked a gold-coloured headgear to match the gold-coloured writings in her t-shirt.
Looking dazzling in the photos, Phoebe was full of smiles as she posed for the pictures.
One of the pictures had Phoebe holding her little sister, Baby Maxin, while they sat on a couch.
Sharing the photos to celebrate Phoebe's birthday, McBrown described the young girl as her lady.
The actress also prayed for Phoebe to live her life as a leader while asking for God's blessings for her.
"My Lady @iampheobemensah Happy Birthday Baby girl Live to LEAD #GodBlessYou #BRIMM," McBrown's caption read.
Ken Agyapong's 61st birthday
In other birthday news, Assin Central MP Kennedy Agyapong,comes barely one week after his father turned 61 years old on June 16.
As previously reported by YEN.com.gh, Ken Agyapong flew his family, including his second wife and many of his children, to Dubai to celebrate.
In a video from the trip, Ken Agyapong and his big family were seen sitting at the table for dinner at the plush Bulgari Yacht Club in Jumeirah Bay.
Ken Agyapong building cardio centre at 37 Military Hospital
As part of his birthday celebrations, Ken Agyapong is building a cardiothoracic centre for the 37 Military Hospital in Accra.
The MP cut the sod to construct the 80-bed cardio centre on Tuesday, June 22, 2021.
Speaking to journalists after the sod-cutting ceremony, the MP revealed that the construction and furnishing of the facility would cost three million dollars (over GHC 17m).
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