New mum alert: Naa Ashorkor announces the birth of a second child

Award-winning TV/Radio Host and Actor, Naa Ashorkor Mensah-Doku is a mother for the second time.

The Joy FM Presenter who has been absent from TV & Radio for a few months now announced the birth of the new member of her family on Monday morning via Instagram.

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The post which has since got viral was met with shock and a lot of congratulatory messages.

In new photos where she’s clad in a stunning white lace, Naa who gave birth in the U.S can be seen clutching her tummy as she posed by a wall.

According to social media commenters and baby watchers, it is likely that the sex of the child is male due to the blue emoji she put up as the caption

Known for her stellar roles in Adam’s Apple and the Perfect Picture, the 30-years-old Actress and PR married the love of her life, Ahuma Cabutey Adoadji in a beautiful ceremony in 2014, making her one of the searched celebrities on google that year.

The couple is blessed with a son who was born in 2017.





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