A photo of Nadia’s Buari’s daughter has surprised Ghanaians who believe she has grown very fast.
The girl seems to be one of her twin daughters the actress had in 2015. Nadia has two more girls in addition to the twins making 4 daughters in all
Some fans and followers of beautiful actress Nadia Buari are surprised to see a new photo of one of her twin girls.
Nadia shared the photo on her Instagram page with a beach setting which showed that they had gone out to have some fun.
The beautiful girl is seen playing with a horse, and as usual, had her back to the camera so that no one sees her face as Nadia has been doing since she gave birth to them.
The actress had the twins in 2015, meaning the girl must be four years by now.
But in the photo, she looks more like a 12-year-old child than four, and fans are surprised.
Perfect, for instance, wondered when the girl got so big:
perfectglowsurprises: “When did she get so big???.”
Another fan with the user name Nadia Buari Buttercakes also said the girls are growing:
nadia_buari_buttercakes: “Prettiness mummy chaii our girls are growing .”
Ransford also noted that the girls were growing so fast:
ransford_kemson: “Wow our girls are growing so fast ;you guys look so adorable.”
Jemima also had a similar comment:
jemima_michel: “Your kids are actually growing.”
Glory was simply impressed to see the all grown and beautiful girl:
glory_pweety: “God!! Nadi darling see ur daughter.”
Fenty and Mivee were blown away her the girl’s long and silky natural hair:
twerk_fenty: “Wooow hair be that…i need halfcast babies.”
mivee_ijay_motivational: “No way? Is that her natural hair? .”
Honey had his own problem, he begged for Nadia to show the faces of her babies just for once:
_blakhoney: “For God’s sake.. stop tormenting us and bless us with their beautiful face just once p3… u can delete it afterwards… beautiful mama @iamnadiabuari.”
New Kintampo Waterfalls; How It Looks Now With A Canopy Walkway | PHOTOS
The Kintampo waterfalls which were closed down some two years ago is now fully renovated. The facility has been given a new touch altogether with a Canopy Walkway.
Canopy walkways – also called canopy walks, treetop walks or treetop walkways – provide pedestrian access to a forest canopy. Early walkways consisted of bridges between trees in the canopy of a forest; mostly linked up with platforms inside or around the trees.
The waterfalls were closed down following a disaster which resulted in the deaths of 18 students from the Wenchi Methodist Senior High School and the University of Energy and Natural Resources (UENR) who were patronizing the facility on March 19, 2017.
The renovation is in line with President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo led the administration’s promise to revamp the tourism industry to make it a major revenue earner for the country.
Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo said his government is determined to make the necessary investment and build the needed infrastructure to make Ghana the best tourism destination in Africa.
The Canopy walkway will take visitors high above the forest ground to walk among the trees and will also help them to get to the top of the waterfalls.
The Canopy walkway will make visitors also see the forest from 30 feet in the air, providing a different way of looking at it.
The refurbished Kintampo Waterfalls comes with an entrance fence wall and a security gate, three number souvenir/provision/ artifacts shops, a toll booth, and a spacious car park.
The main arena of the facility has a cafeteria, museum, offices, washroom, as well as an overhead, merchandised borehole water system, pavilions and summer huts to provide places for outdoor events by patrons.
Kintampo waterfalls is one of the highest waterfalls in Ghana. Also known as Sanders Falls during the colonial days, it is located on the Pumpum river, a tributary of the Black Volta, about 4 kilometers north of Kintampo municipality, on the Kumasi–Tamale road.
Below are shots of how the facility looks now:
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Top 10 Most Beautiful Presidential Houses In Africa | PHOTOS
It is little wonder that, with their respective titles, the palaces of many African presidents will be garlanded with magnificent structures and beautiful scenery. Here are top 10 Most Beautiful Presidential Palaces in Africa.
State House is the official residence of the President of Uganda. Situated at Entebbe, 40 km south of Kampala, capital of Uganda, it is adjacent to a ceremonial “H” shaped building which hosted the Queen of England on her visit to Uganda for the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting. State House is undergoing some revamp with a project cost at approximately $1.6 million.
With the elegant white vantage and extensive gardens beautifying it, Presidential Palace, Dakar, Senegal, is one of the most beautiful sites in Africa. It is the Palace of the President of Senegal.
This site houses the President of Mauritania and is the principal administrative office of the government of Mauritania. Built by Chinese contractors, Presidential Palace is the most outstanding landmark in the centre city of Nouakchott, Mauritania with its enormous gardens and grounds.
Adorned with invaluable relics and antiques, Presidential Palace located on Blue Nile Street adjacent to the Palace Museum in Khartoum, Sudan is markedly historical. The Palace serves as residence and administrative office of the President of Sudan.
Situated at the base of a hilltop, with its beauty and grandeur, Iavoloha Palace is one of a kind. Located 15km to the south from Antananarivo, Madagascar, it is the Presidential palace of the President of Madagascar.
This breathtaking site is the presidential palace of Ghana, which serves as a residence and office of the President of Ghana. The Flagstaff House was reconstructed and inaugurated by the government of John Agyekum Kufour. The cost of the construction was around $45-50 million and was overseen by an Indian contractor.
Bordered by a two-kilometer long steel fence with dark-glassed towers and large guard rooms, and covers 25 hectares of land, the State House of the Republic of Namibia is a fortress. It is located in the Auasblick suburb of Windhoek. This majestic site is the administrative capital of Namibia, as well as the official residence of the President of Namibia. The State House was designed by the North Korean company, Mansudae Overseas Projects, and built in 66 months. It is reported that the administrative building cost a staggering N$400 million Namibian dollars.
8. SOUTH AFRICA
The Union Buildings form the official seat of the South African government and also house the offices of the president of South Africa. With its vast gardens, the buildings are located in Pretoria and constitute a South African national heritage site. These remarkable buildings, built from light sandstone, were designed by the architect Sir Herbert Baker in the English monumental style and are 285m long. The architectural design of the buildings is simply wonderful and a must see.
Considered one of the most luxurious palaces in the world with its embellishments, paintings, and large number of clocks scattered in the parlors and wings, most of which are decorated with pure gold, Abdeen Palace is exotic. It is located above Qasr el-Nil Street in eastern Downtown Cairo, Egypt. It is a historic Cairo palace which has 500 suites, and is the official residence and main office of the President of Egypt.
With the towering pillars that holds its walls, pleasant surroundings and verdant greenery around it, the Unity Palace is a striking work of art. Located in the region Etoudi, Yaounde, it is the presidential palace of the President of Cameroon. The President of Cameroon has been using the palace since November 6, 1982, when he assumed Office.
It’s quite unfortunate that Aso Rock didn’t make it on the list. May be it can find its way in the top 20.
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