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Entertainment of Wednesday, 18 September 2019


Kafui Danku gives birth to second child

Kafui Danku shared this photo on her Facebook page Kafui Danku shared this photo on her Facebook page

Ghanaian actress Kafui Danku has given birth to her second child.

She flooded her social media pages with baby bump photos narrating in the caption how she sufferer and faced many challenges during the pregnancy process.

In a post on her official website, the actress confirmed the arrival of her second baby, by posting a cinematic photo with ‘A Gift From Heaven’.

The actress hasn’t been active on the screens in recent time, the announcement of the arrival of Baby Titan confirms the reason for missing in action. Kafui Danku gave birth to her first child Baby Lorde on 26th of October, 2016.

Read her post below:

Your mind has played games on you many times, so take some time to read this; remember I mentioned in my end of year post for 2018 that the last few months of that year have been a little challenging? Yes! YAWEH decided to console me by starting my 2019 on a very positive note, 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 and waking up to Teco Benson's "End of the wicked" movie played back on my mind; the scene where the in-law turned into "the devil" slept with the woman and she lost the pregnancy.

I asked myself, how can a jobless "spiritual husband" be the reason for my loss? I'm sure most women on my kind of journey will call on all sorts of "men of men" 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, "it was only a dream", I told myself.

I went ahead and ate fufu and groundnut soup that morning instead of fasting and praying; I later said a little prayer and went on with my normal duties. I went for my appointment the following week and baby was intact growing from strength to strength.

I decided not to hold back on this story because I believe this is a reminder most women on this journey need; what we feed is what grows to haunts us, "if there's no enemy within, the enemy outside can do us no harm! (Sometimes your thought is the enemy within) I have come to learn that everything in life is almost a self-fulfilling prophecy. 'FEAR' is good, but can also be a beautiful liar; but here's the beautiful truth; FEAR and FAITH both demand you believe in something you cannot see (The choice is yours) I've been there, many women have been there so you're not alone.

I usually would have told my mum and she'll pray, bind, cast and command all she can as a Ewe woman with all sorts of beliefs, but this is not to dispute the fact that "yaanom" exist ( I personally know some) but we give them too much power to come to play. I can go on and on but at the end of the day, let's keep believing and working on our minds (very critical) and we'll be free from all forms of exploitation; especially from the "men of men " oops.... " men of God". #TheGospelAccordingToPositiveThinking #EnoughOfTheGospelOfFear#SoMuchToBeThankfulFor #lifeofthetitan #GratefulHeart