Ghanaian girl & model in need of surgery celebrates 5th birthday in stunning photos

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– 5-year-old Ghanaian model, Chogtaa, of the Afi Antonio Foundation has marked her birthday in grand style

– The beautiful girl lives with the Waardenburg Syndrome which comes with coloured eyes and the inability to hear

– The Afi Antonio Foundation has urged everyone to contract the young model to gather enough money for her second surgical procedure in South Africa

A beautiful Ghanaian girl named Chogtaa who works as a model has marked her fifth birthday in absolutely stunning photos that were shared on social media.

In a post on the official Facebook handle of Afi Antonio Foundation, the organization used the opportunity to express gratitude to everyone who has ever extended a helping hand to Chogtaa.

Chogtaa lives with the Waardenburg Syndrome which comes with coloured eyes and the inability to hear in both ears. Ghanaian lady recruited at Bolt for top job after 898 others were rejected amongst 900 applicants

See the post below with the beautiful birthday pictures of the five-year-old model: 

The foundation led by popular Ghanaian philanthropist and media personality, Afi Antonio, encouraged all and sundry to contract Chogtaa’s modelling services particularly on products or services related to children. 

It was indicated that any amount that is realized from the project will be used to assist Chogtaa to travel to South Africa where she will have a second corrective surgery for her condition.

The young girl was previously helped by the Afi Antonio Foundation through the assistance it received in the form of donations from the general public.

In other news, Justin Edie Ebulley, a Ghanaian young man who grew up in a home that did not have both parents together has been able to make it to Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology and graduated with a first-class.

In a narration on his LinkedIn handle, Justin Edie Ebulley indicated that because of the situation at his home, his mother was assisted by an uncle who helped to raise him. Boy who grew up in a broken home makes it; graduates from KNUST with first class

According to Justin Edie Ebulley who studied a Bachelor of Arts in Religious Studies, his successes were not only academic, as he performed really well in other aspects of his life as a student.