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Nana Ama Mcbrown gives birth in Canada

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Nana Ama Mcbrown and her husband, Maxwell Mensah have welcomed their first child in Canada, Ghpage.com can authoritatively confirm.

According to reports reaching Ghpage.com, she gave birth today in a plush hospital in Canada where she has been living for some months now in preparation for the coming of the baby.

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Mcbrown and husband, Maxwell

We can confirm the delivery was smooth without any complications and Nana Ama Mcbrown is the happiest woman alive just like the daddy.

Ghpage.com sources are yet to disclose the gender of the Mcbrown’s baby but we can imagine he or she might be beautiful just like the mummy.

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Mcbrown Gives Birth In Canada

We have been promised photos of the little angel and we will update you shortly Stay with Ghpage.com and go nowhere.

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