Ghanaian actress Nana Ama McBrown has disclosed that her nine-months-old daughter has two endorsement deals in waiting.
The deals form part of the actress’ desire to ensure she gives the child all the education she [McBrown] could not have while growing up.
Nana Ama McBrown was speaking on Citi FM about a wide range of things including her plans to lay a strong foundation for her child.
“Already she has about two endorsements [deals]. I have told them that they have to wait till she is one-year-old,” she said.
The actress and television show host also revealed that she gave birth about a month before she announced it to the public.
“I actually gave birth on 21st February 2019 and released the pictures on 7th March 2019,” she said.
She said even though her husband wanted her to release the photos after three months, he finally agreed for her to put them out.
In the meantime, Nana Ama said she is not going to show her daughter’s face until she is a year old.
“I want her to be a year before I show her face. I can’t hide her forever. At least she’ll go to school,” she added.
Nana Ama who has been married to Maxwell for four years also recounted the ordeal she went through before conceiving. She said there were people who even doubted that she had given birth.
Born Felicity Ama Agyemang, Nana Ama McBrown is a Ghanaian actress and TV presenter. She rose to prominence for her role in television series Tentacles. Later, she found mainstream success following her role in the Twi-language movie ‘Asoreba’.
Other movies she has starred in are ‘Nnipa Ye Bad’, ‘Abro’, ‘He is Mine,’ ‘Madam Joan,’ ‘Kumasi Yonko’ and ‘Love Comes Back’.