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Mother’s Day: Check out mothers of your favorite Ghanaian celebrities

On social media, the Mother’s Day celebration saw an outpouring of affection for mothers from all across the world.

This year’s Mother’s Day falls on Sunday, May 8, and it was a day of celebration for moms, sisters, and aunts.

It was a way for adults to demonstrate their appreciation for their moms, as well as a way for children to express their love for their mothers.

Members of the online community gushed over posts published by celebrities and other public figures in honor of Mother’s Day.

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Nadia Buari flaunts her beautiful mother on Mother’s Day.

Actress Nadia Buari took to Instagram to share pictures of her and her mother.

Former captain of the Black Stars, Asamoah Gyan celebrated his late mother in a special way.

He wrote: Happy Mother’s Day mum. Thank you for everything you have done in my life. I love you soo much.

Actress, Nana Ama McBrown also took to her Instagram page to celebrate mothers in a special way.

Presenter, Naa Ashorkor shared a video cuddling her son to celebrate mothers across the world.

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Actor, Van Vicker posted a rare photo of his mother with the caption: To the woman who gave birth to me. My hero, my firmness, my courage. You sacrificed many things to ensure I got the best. You are that awesome mother any son would wish me for. Happy Mother’s Day Teta. I love you.

Gospel musician, Piesie Esther described her mother as her support system.

Gospel musician, Empress Gifty also took to Instagram to celebrate her lookalike mother.

Rapper, Tiffany also shared a photo of her mother.

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Actress, Kafui Danku also shared a photo of her forever young mother.

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Source: DailyNewsGhana.com/2022

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