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Kafui Danku announces birth of her second child

For months now, celebrated Ghanaian actress Kafui Danku, has stayed off the media light with no clue as to her whereabouts in the entertainment industry. The mother of one and producer of blockbuster cinemas films such as ‘I Do’, ‘Happy Death Day’ and more has answered assumed questions of her 625k Instagram followers with back-to-back pictures that shows her carrying a heavy baby bump.

In a series of pictures shared by the now mother of two, highlighted the challenges she faced from the time she realized her pregnancy through to the faith she carried along. A smidgen of her first post revealed, “I found out I was pregnant just at the beginning of the year; yet already at the early stages of this pregnancy, I had nightmares; which may be as a result of hormones, too much sleep or interrupted sleep; but one of the scariest among them is I had sexual intercourse with a strange man.”

Sharing the story, Kafui fractioned half of it to empower other women who have faced similar situations to keep their mind focused on the positive aspect of things and not dwell on negativity, which results to them calling on men of God for help. She wrote, “I’m sure most women on my kind of journey will call on all sorts of “men of God” for special prayers but honestly, it dawned on me that the only way I could win (be it whatever battle) is not to lose in my mind because our believes go a long way to create our reality, so I worked on my mind.”

Back in 2016, before her first birth, Baby Lorde, Kafui explained in countless media interviews that she had experienced several miscarriages in her marriage before giving birth to a daughter. Titan, as the new baby boy is affectionately called already harbors a total of 1,459 followers on Instagram, indicating his readiness to rub shoulders with his big sister Lorde, already at 218k followers.

Congratulations Kafui!

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