Ghanaian actress Nadia Buari has given birth to twins, Myjoyonline.com can confirm.
The actress, who has been absent from the entertainment scene for some time now, was delivered of two bouncy baby girls last week. The delivery probably explains her hiatus from the movie and the media scene.
Father of the actress Alhaji Sidiku Buari confirmed the news to Myjoyonline.com Monday morning.
He said “It’s true. She brought forth twins alright, that is true. I’m confirming [it] as the father.”
Alhaji Sidiku Buari also disclosed that she gave birth outside the country but won’t disclose where.
It’s unclear who the father of the babies is but the actress has for sometime now been linked to ‘Bad boy’ Nollywood actor Jim Iyke.
After months, probably years, of speculations, Jim Iyke proposed to Nadia Buari in March last year. The actor proposed to the actress on one of the editions of his hit reality show, Jim Iyke Unscripted.
Jim proposed with a six-carat-diamond ring while having dinner with Nadia, who didn't hesitate to say "Yes".
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