Kumawood actress Akyere Bruwaa dances with her son in a room while celebrating his birthday.
Such acts barely happen in Ghana because many people think it is bad.
Akyere Bruwaa, who in known officially by the name Miriam Donkor, has shared a stunning photo of her kid on his birthday.
In a rare family moment, the Kumawood actress is seen dancing with her grown-up child.
They were beaming with joy and excitement.
Akyere asked for God’s continuous mercy as well as peace for her son in the video she shared.
She captioned it
“Glorious Happy Birthday my sweetie paa. May the Good Lord continue to be gracious unto you. Enjoy His Peace. Congratulations!!!❤❤❤,”
Have a look at the video below.
Meanwhile,Ken Ofori Atta speaks on his health and how his liver was inflamed after he treated the COVID-19 he was infected with.
In March, Mr. Ofori Atta speaking via virtual conference organized by KPMG on the 2021 Budget Statement Policy and Economic Policy opened up on how the doctors who attended to him took good care of him and the intercessory prayers he received during treatment.
But did not give many details about his health bringing out many rumours and speculation.
In an interview with Metro TV’s Paul Adom-Otchere on the ‘Good Evening Ghana’ show, Ken Ofori-Atta said that he was diagnosed with jaundice and that his liver was inflamed after a battery of tests.
He was heard saying;
“I got COVID in somewhere of November and got out of the hospital emergency maybe the 10th of December and came home. Things were pretty good, the COVID was gone, then, I began to feel jaundiced and so feeling quite unwell.
“I eventually got diagnosed that the liver was inflamed, therefore, it required some work to determine what was really happening. That took some time to begin to find the probable cure which involved steroids and all of that.
“So, I went back for review in August and the inflammation is pretty much gone and so, they are now titrating to see how to bring the steroids down so that one can get back to a normal life.
“But essentially pretty much minded and need to manage my rest and sleep and exercises and some good food,”