- Dancehall musician, Kaakie, revealed the name of her daughter as Mimzie, meaning ''Gift of God''
- The Obolo singer also posted photos showcasing her daughter's face for the first time
- Kaakie accompanied the frames with a hearty message
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Ghanaian dancehall musician, Kaakie, born Grace Kaki Awo Ocansey, on June 25, uploaded stunning photos on Instagram, showcasing four snapshots of her daughter's face.
The UK-based singer and nurse revealed the name of her baby as she delivered the stunning photos with a heartwarming caption.
Mimzie, a nine-month-old baby, whom she shares with her husband from Achimota School, appeared in the first photo wrapped in red cloth on white furry wool with red flowers, matching the ribbon on her head.
The singer's baby girl was pictured wrapped in blue cloth cosying up in furry wool matching the colour of her ribbon in other photos.
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Kaakie shared an intimate message about how she intends to care for Mimzie along with the rare images of the baby, saying:
''Oh Child of Mine. And I am blessed with my beautiful Mimzie❤️. I promise to do right by you always. I promise to teach u the ways of God. You are forever blessed. Your future is even more blessed. I will clothe u with kisses and hugs❤️❤️ and be there to guide u every step of the way. Your smile will continue to lighten ur path. I love u Mimzie,'' she said.
Kaakie tied the knot with her high school mate from Achimota School in a traditional wedding ceremony on January 2, 2020. The couple welcomed their first baby girl in November of that same year.
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The father of three lovely girls indicated that he wanted to share in his 11-year-old daughter's achievement, as she begins ''a new chapter'' in her life.