Wode Maya: Ghanaian YouTuber Takes Mother To Independence Square For The First Time

Wode Maya: Ghanaian YouTuber Takes Mother To Independence Square For The First Time

  • Celebrated Ghanaian YouTuber Wode Maya has shared a video showing his mother's reaction when he took her to the Black Star Square for the first time
  • In the video he posted on Facebook, Wode Maya's mother looked happy to have visited the place in Accra as she was all smiles
  • Social media users who watched the video applauded Wode Maya for giving his mother such priceless experiences

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Wode Maya, a celebrity Ghanaian YouTuber born Berthold Kobby Winkler Ackon, shared a video where he took his mother to a national monument for the first time.

The video showed how excited Wode Maya's mother was to see the place, and her son, from his voice, also seemed happy that his mother had at least visited a national monument.

In the short video shared on Facebook, Wode Maya took his mother to the Independence Square at Osu in the Greater Accra Region.

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Wode Maya takes mother to the Independence square for the first time
A collage of Wode Maya and his mother at the Independence Square Photo credit: @Wodemaya Source: Facebook
Source: Facebook

Ghana's first President, Kwame Nkrumah, commissioned the construction of the Independence Square, also known as the Black Star Square. It was completed in 1961 to coincide with the state visit of Queen Elizabeth.

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It served as a place of motivation for several African leaders who were at the time fighting for independence.

Until recently, parades on Independence Day were held there. All presidents of the Fourth Republic were sworn into office at the Black Star Square.

Comments on video

The video shared by Wode Maya on Facebook generated several reactions from social media users. Read some of them below:

@HisHoliness Menna Kutin said:

I can feel the happiness. Start taking her along on some of your travels. The excitement that would her and memories u would create with her would be lasting.

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@Julia Allen wrote:

Independent Square is a very beautiful sight to behold. It was one of the Highlights of my journey to Ghana West Africa 17 years ago.

@Martha Oppong said:

It’s so sad how we can’t even have enough money to travel within our own country.

@Araba Asaba wrote:

Auntie Maggie I like your shades ♥️

@Aziz Brimah said:

She brought the Language along . #I #Love #Fante

@Abena Dwamena wrote:

Please leave mummy alone wai ,it's. because she lives at Takoradi and not Accra; sadly, our Jubilee Park has now been turned into a market

@Abdullah Nankumba said:

I am a Malawian, and I visited Independence Square before her

Watch the video below:

Wode Maya's mum takes a flight for the first time

Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported that Wode Maya gave his mother another unforgettable experience.

As popularly referred to, Aunty Maggie went on her first international trip.

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According to her son, she cried and wished he husband was still alive to enjoy with her.

Wode Maya shows a new 5-bedroom mansion worth $1 million

In another story, Wode Maya unveiled his new lavish home worth $1 million.

The famous YouTuber said the five-bedroom house would accommodate a workspace for content creators: bloggers, vloggers, and internet influencers.

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Magdalene Larnyoh (Human-Interest editor) Magdalene Larnyoh writes for the Human Interest Desk at YEN.com.gh. She has over ten years of experience in media and communications. She previously worked for Citi FM, Pulse Ghana, and Business Insider Africa. She obtained a BA in Social Sciences from the University of Cape Coast (UCC) in 2012. Reach out to her on magdalene.larnyoh@yen.com.gh

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