- The Second Lady Samira Bawumia has turned 41 years old today, August 20
- Her husband, Vice-President Dr Mahamudu Bawumia, has penned a romantic message to celebrate her new age
- Dr Bawumia reiterated his love for the Second Lady in the birthday message
- Samira Bawumia was born on August 20, 1980
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The Second Lady of The Republic of Ghana, Samira Bawumia, is today, August 20, marking her 41st birthday, and her husband has reiterated his love for her.
In a heartwarming post seen on the Instagram page of the vice-president and husband of Samira Bawumia, Dr Mahamudu Bawumia established that the Second Lady is a rock for him, saying she continues to amaze him.
''Happy birthday to my dear wife, Samira. You have been a rock for me and continue to amaze me with all the things you do for others, especially the underprivileged,'' said Dr Bawumia.
''The kindness of your heart even shines through brighter than your beauty. Happy birthday, darling. I love you,'' he added.
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The vice-president's romantic post has amassed tons of reactions and comments from Ghanaians.
Social media comments
Commenting under the post, Nnana_kofi_dwomoh said:
''Happy Birthday to you my Second Lady of the land.''
''Happy birthday to you queen of the land. May God continue to bless you long life, prosperity, peace, and love you.''
''Happy blessed birthday our second mum. May Allah perfect all that concerns you and cause you to shine brighter and brighter.''
''Happy Birthday to our dear Second Lady Samira. I love and appreciate you, enjoy your birthday to the fullest ❤.''
''Happy birthday to our lovely MuM❤️.''
Nana Ama McBrown at 44
In a previous birthday post, YEN.com.gh reported that, Nana Ama McBrown marked her 44th birthday on August 15, 2021, and time's wings seem to have no bearing on her youthful hue, talent, and almost unimpaired persona.
The Ghanaian actress recently turned television show host needs no introduction as she has become a household name, gracing the screens in the homes of many Ghanaians.
Nana Ama McBrown's 44th birthday, like millions throughout the world, has been affected by the prevailing pandemic; she can revel with fewer people if she chooses to throw a grand party.
Ghanaian starts company in affordable housing
In a separate story, seven years after working in the home financing and banking sector, Kwame Obeng Adjinah decided to pursue his dream by starting and running his own business.
After national service, he was retained by Ghana Home Loans and later worked at GHL Bank, present-day FNB Bank.
Despite the growth prospects, his quest to start his own business urged him to walk his dream, albeit, the decision to call it quits was not easy considering the risk associated with the affordable housing sector.