‘They that wait upon the LORD shall renew their strength…’ 

Though it tarry, wait for it; because it will surely come, it will not tarry. Habakkuk 2:3


After trying for nearly 40 years to get pregnant, 59-Year-Old Ghanaian Woman Akosua Budu Amoako, has finally given birth to her first child, Isaiah Somuah Anim jr. on 15 June at Bellevue Woman’s Center in Niskayuna, near Albany.

According to reports, Akosua Budu Amoako decided to undergo IVF (In Vitro Fertilization) after getting to know that a 60-year old woman in Ghana has given birth to triplets using fertility treatments. Initially her GP wasn’t too keen because of her age. However, Akosua Budu Amoako and her husband Isaiah Somuah Anim persuaded him. This reminds us that we should never give up easily.

Both the baby and mother are doing well. We wish the Anim family Huge congrats and God’s blessings! 

Photo credit: Ghana News/Albany News


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Olukorede Obamo 52, gives birth to her firstborn. ”I decree supernatural restoration of whatever you may have lost in your life…Whatever appears pitiable around your life is turned to envy in Jesus name” Pastor Faith Bankole…



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A Nigerian couple welcomed sextuplets into the world at VCU Medical Center on 11 May 2017 after trying to conceive for 17 years, ….   According to reports, it took a team of  40 to make the delivery possible.

Ajibola Taiwo and her husband Adebayo Taiwo  are now blessed with three girls and three boys.  

Photo Credit: News Express Nigeria 


Congratulations are in order! Meet Sarah, 60 year old bride. God’s time is the best! ‘Psalm 25:3 ‘No one who hopes in you will ever be put to shame…’

Oluwadabest Photography/bridesnmoreikeja posted the photos below on Instagram with the caption:

‘Who says God’s time isn’t the best…. meet our today’s bride Sarah and guess what? She is 60’ ~ @dabest_inc

According to reports, Sarah has been waiting and praying for over 30 years and God has finally answered her prayers.


Meet the latest couple in town💃💃💃….Aunty sarah and her beau…isn’t she just beautiful??? 60 and fabulous….mehn…I better look this good when im her age….thank you @dabest_inc for the tag…#Godstimeisthebest ~ bridesnmoreikeja

We wish the newly wedded couple Gods blessing

Credit: @dabest_inc/Oluwadabest Photography/bridesnmoreikeja

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Following the success of her song ‘Rara’ which featured Ayisi, Tinuke is in with new music and a sparkle bound to get a grip on drifting listeners this week. Stream or download ‘Waiting’ across all major digital platforms.

‘Waiting’, as Tinuke titles it is a butter-smooth Afrobeat melody which has the wavering act subtly alternate between her rap and singing tendencies to add some much-needed tenor to the solo release. Like some previous releases from the ‘Rara’ crooner, ‘Waiting’ runs on Tinuke’s now coherent theme of expressing love and appreciation for the special people in our lives, but more precisely in a context of self this time around:

‘’As a dark-skinned West African woman myself, this song is really about self-love and appreciating all the things about yourself. It’s a reminder that you are unique and have every right to be loved just the way you are’’, Tinuke shared.

Tinuke’s new single ‘Waiting’ is big on self-love and worth


‘’How did ‘Waiting’ come together? So, I was in the studio for some work one time and I heard the beat in the backdrop. Right away I was inspired and slowly caught on with some lyrics – the same ones that made the final song, because they were based on how I was feeling at the time and my experiences from a relationship’’.

There’s a lot of heart felt in the very relaxed Kuvie production, one that doesn’t trade-off Tinuke’s frame of mind and resourcefulness for rhythm. ‘Waiting’ is a great song to wind down to.


download ‘Waiting’ across all major digital platforms here: https://afrisounds.lnk.to/Waiting


There are many underestimated and neglected topics related to the aftermath of World War II including the tortures, concentration camps outside of Europe and so on. Another controversial issue has currently been unraveled and it is related to the mixed-race people who were born in Britain during the war.

Some of these babies grew up with no settled home environment, no proper education, and no inclusive and constructive behavior. Most of their lives were spent for a desperate search of identity and a sense of belonging. 

We all bleed in same colour

Others were lucky to have found relatives who looked beyond the colour of their skin and treated as dignity, rather than their race or the fact that they were half black and half white . There were shown love, support and well educated.


Why They Were Called GI Babies

These babies were called the GI babies simply because they were born to white British women and black American GIs during the war. Even though the African-American soldiers were minority in the US Army that flew to Britain, they were mainly appointed as part of a separate GI army that was scattered among American bases.

There would be traditional dance nights, so it was believed that the black GIs and local white women started to develop relationships during these events. Local women were drawn to the black soldiers for their unique looks and humble personalities (less arrogant than the white officers or any white male for that matter).

Obviously, some of these relationships resulted in accidental babies that were deemed illegal since the US army officers initially forbade black GIs to marry and start families.

As reported by our fathers and grand parents, those who asked for permission from their officers to marry their pregnant girlfriends were threatened by charges with rape that had a death penalty.

Approximately 2000 “brown babies” were born during the era.



Several of the babies of that era who are now in their seventies.



The babies were taken away from the father who would never see them again. In the meantime, they spent their childhood years in white-dominated neighbourhoods where they faced a severe racism during their teenage years.

This would be much worse if they were allocated to smaller towns. Most of them recall inappropriate name calling with the “n” word, not looking in the face, changing direction or even direct insult and worse more.

In many cases, the child was separated from the father while the mother gave them up through social stigma and peer pressure. Even if the mother wanted to keep the child or even move to the US to be with the father, her family would most likely prevent this attempt.

Upbringing And The Quest For True Identity

That’s why; the majority of these kids had to grow up in children’s homes waiting for adoption. Only an estimated amount of 20% or so was adopted either by their grandparents or foster parents. Only 1 or so managed to be adopted by his true father. 

The rest of the kids spend many years and took several DNA tests in order to find their relatives that are still alive. There are many stories involving a long-lasting quest to find the true parents only to find their gravestones at the end.

Very heart breaking! We home through DNA they can trace some of their relatives.

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RIP Mandoza – South African kwaito musician Mandoza has sadly passed away.  The Kwaito star was 38 years…

The family spokesperson, Bokang Seithleko confirmed  to eNCAnews that they had a call after 12 o’clock from the hospital informing them of his demise.

The Kwaito star  Mandoza has lost his battle with cancer. News coming from South African confirms the musician was diagnosed with a brain tumour about 2 years ago.


According to reports, even though Mandoza wasn’t feeling well he performed at SABC concert in Soweto last Saturday.  Wow to think that was his  last performance HEARTBREAKING!

Some of his songs includes: Nkalakatha, Respect life, Indoda, 925 Zola South, Tornado,  Sgantsontso, 50/50and more

Mandoza was married to Mpho and was blessed with 3 children

Our thoughts and prayers are with Nkalakatha hitmaker’s family

Very sad day for all! RIP  legend Mduduzi Tshabalala

Photo Credit: Mandoza 

Congratulations to  Kafui Danku! The Multi-Talented Award Winning Ghanaian Actress and Producer has given birth to her second child, a baby boy!

This is her second child, Kafui already has a little princess called Lorde




Kafui posted the photos below on her Instagram pages with beautiful and inspirational messages


”But they that wait upon the LORD shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings as eagles; they shall run, and not be weary…”







We wish both Kafui and her new boundle of joy blessing and happiness

In His time, He makes all thing beautiful








Photo Credit: Kafui Danku

Be inspired: But they that wait upon the LORD shall renew their strength…God’s timing is perfect!

Ghana Daily Graphic ~ A 58-year-old woman has given birth to her firstborn… ..beautiful twins girls at the Trustcare Specialist Hospital and Fertility Centre in Kumasi after undergoing an Intro-Vitro Fertility and Embryo Transfer (IVF-ET) at the centre.

According to Ghana Daily Graphic, the woman in question has been married for thirty years. It is believed she stopped menstruating  almost 11 year ago, last year she had an operation to uterus fibroid before proceeding with the IVF treatment.

”According to Mr Adu, three months after the operation, she was put on medication to enhance growth of the womb to make it stronger, due to her menopausal state, and the IVF procedure then commenced on February 2, 2016.” ~Daily Graphic


The Clinical Embryologist, Mr Isaac Kofi Adu confirmed to Daily Graphic that both mother and children are well.

It is believed  that Trustcare Specialist Hospital and Fertility Centre  is well known for their successful track record where IVF is concern and have helped over 30 women between the ages of 50 and 58, some are now proud mothers of  triplets, twins or single child….
Credit: Ghana News

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They that wait upon the LORD shall renew their strength…He makes all things beautiful, in His time…

Photo Credit: Funke Akindele

Congratulations are in order! It’s double the baby joy for Nigerian popular actress Funke Akindele and her hubby JJC Skillz (Rasheed Bello) They’re the proud new parents of twins. 

Photo Credit: Funke Akindele

The Jenifa’s Diary star’s  took to her Instagram story to write:

“Thank you Lord. Oluwa e tobi (God is great), I am now being called a new name.”




According to reports, The babies were born on Friday, December 21, in L.A, USA. Both Funke Akindele and her hubby JJC Skillz (Rasheed Bello) are delighted, thrilled and over the moon!

Photo credit: Funke Akindele Twin Boys

Fans and fellow African Celebs have taken to their social media platforms to congratulate her and also express their joy!

Once again congrats Jennifer!


Funke Akindele

Funke studied Mass Communication,(OND) and a Graduate of Law from the University of Lagos, Akoka, Yaba. She started Acting in 1997, had her first major acting role as a teenager “Bisi”, undergoing sex education in a television series called “I need to know” which was sponsored by United Nations.

Funke Akindele’s   movie ‘JENIFA’  shot her to international mega-stardom and has not looked back since that time.

Funke Akindele recently proved why she is the hottest actress in Nigeria right now with the release of her new mega blockbuster album titled OMO GHETTO.  

Funke Akindele is also a gifted Producer and Director with major award winning movies to her credit including ‘Taiwo Taiwo, Apaadi, Jenifa, Maku, Agbefo and Ekuro.

Funke has starred in more than 100 major films/shows over a 10 year period,

Nollywood actress and movie producer Funke akindele is a year older today. Join us in wishing this talented lady  a Happy Birthday!

Have a an amazing day Funke! Keep entertaining us! 

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PHOTO CREDIT: Funke Akindele





Janet Jackson shared the first photo of her adorable baby boy Eissa Al Mana with the caption ‘My baby and me after nap time’ on her social media platforms.


Is very nice for Janet to introduce her three months + bundle of joy to world, we have been waiting for photos like forever!  Aaaaaaaaaw he is soooo cute!

Janet gave birth to Eissa at the age of 50, proving that  ‘they that wait upon the LORD shall renew their strength and that God’s time is always perfect!

With God everything is possible. Both mum and son look amazing!

Photo credit: Janet Jackson (Facebook)

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Congratulations! But they that wait upon the LORD shall renew their strength…God’s timing is perfect! Janet Jackson thanks God for blessings. With God everything is possible.

Janet Jackson confirmed exclusively to People about her pregnancy and also shared photo below and more…. grab copy of People on Friday! 

It is always good the give God credit for his miracles and blessing and this is exactly what Janet Jackson is  saying 

We Thank God for Our Blessing’ Janet Jackson 

We can’t wait  counting down 2 days more! 

I want to thank the dancers, the band, my entire crew, you were so professional, so incredibly talented, so supportive and loving each and every night, and I can’t wait to get started again.

I’d like to thank Live Nation for your loyal partnership and support, you guys are the best at what you do in your field and know that’s why I’m with you.

Once again thank you to all your friends for your love, your loyalty, it’s truly appreciated. It’s been a long journey and you’ve been there every step of the way and I really do appreciate that, thank you so much. Inshallah, I will see you soon, I love you, bye” Janet Jackson

HUGE Congratulations to Janet Jackson! We now now why she postpone her tour! We can’t wait to her baby!

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