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Some Photos of Ghanaian celebrities and their kids

You may be wondering how our celebrities combine their career with family responsibilities. Most of the celebrities in Ghana make time for their families and show them love. The work of the celebrities sometime hinder them from getting time for their families. But they still manage to be with their children and have time for them in order to express their love. So today I present to you some Ghanaian photos of Ghanaian celebrities and their kids which portrays the love they have for their families.

1. Samini and kids

Emmanuel Andrew, popularly known as Samini was born on 22th December, 1981. He started singing in a Church choir at the age of 14 years and later became a professional musician after a musical collaboration with another musician in 1999. He had three beautiful daughters namely, Toyila Samini, Yelisung Samini, Ayana Samini, and one son named Emmanuel Andrew Tafari Samini Jr.

2. Shatta Wale and daughter

Charlie Nii Armah Mensah, popularly known as Shatta Wale was born on 17th October,1984 and is a Dancehall King in Ghana. He is known for his hit song like Prophecy, Gringo, Mahama Paper and others. He is traditionally married to his long time girlfriend Michelle aka Shatta Michy. Shatta has two adorable children a boy and a girl.

3. Stephen Appiah and kids

Formal Black Stars captain, Stephen Appiah was born on 24th December, 1980. He was Black Stars' captain during the 2006 and 2010 World Cup. On 27th June, 2015, he played a testimonial match to officially end his Football career. He is married to Hanna Appiah and has four children.

4. Sarkodie and his cute daughter

Michael Owusu Addo, popularly known as Sarkodie is a hip pop artists and a rapper. He is married to his long time girlfriend Tracy and have three children with her. He currently has two grown up sons and a daughter.

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