The Ghanaian celebs that became mums in 2016

The Ghanaian celebs that became mums in 2016

2016 has been quite the eventful year in Ghana. From the celebrity marriages, scandals, catfights and tragic losses, many celebs will definitely have quite a few stories to tell about this year.

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Our most favorite moments from this year are the awesome new lives that were brought into this world by some of our celebrities. Let's take a look at the five Ghanaian celebrities that became the yummiest mummies this year:

1 Jasmine Baroudi. Earlier this year actress Jasmine Baroudi gave birth to her first child, daughter Camille.

The Ghanaian celebs that became mums in 2016

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2. Kafui Danku. Actress Kafui Danku shared her pregnancy photoshoot, while sharing her story of trials with three miscarriages and 1 still birth.

The Ghanaian celebs that became mums in 2016

3. Another actress also joined the yummy mummy train and that was Vicky Zugah who had her baby boy, some few months ago.

The Ghanaian celebs that became mums in 2016

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4. Socialite and head of management for Shatta Wale, Hajia4real had her baby girl also this year. The proud new mum released totally badass photos of her baby bump to announce to the world that she was expecting.

The Ghanaian celebs that became mums in 2016

5. Aphrodisiac club owner and socialite Confidence Haugen also had her lovely son this year, and announced to the world via a cute pregnancy photo.

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The Ghanaian celebs that became mums in 2016

Well, we wish these new mums and their families more happiness and blessings.

The Ghanaian celebs that became mums in 2016

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