The Minister of Trade and Industry, Honourable Alan John Kwadwo Kyerematen, has celebrated his mother on social media platforms. Today marks the hundred-and-first (101years) birthday of Mrs. Victoria Kyerematen.
In a Facebook post, the astute Ghanaian politician, economist and entrepreneur, Honourable Alan John Kwadwo Kyerematen, shared a picture of his mother, Mrs Victoria Kyerematen, with some close relatives and a clergy, to celebrate his mother's birthday a unique way.
According to Honourable Alan John Kwadwo Kyerematen, he asks God's blessings, favour and good health for his mother in order to live more years than what she has chalked.
Honourable Alan John Kwadwo Kyerematen wrote that,
“Happy birthday Mama, as you chalk the blessed age of 101 today, l pray God blesses you with continued good health and grace to live for many more years.”
His post has received a lot of comments as netizens send their heartwarming messages to celebrate Mrs. Victoria Kyerematen.
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