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Nadia Buari Unveils Van Vicker as Father of Her Four Daughters

Popular Ghanaian Actress, Nadia Buari, has revealed Van Vicker as the father of her four daughters.

The Actress took to her Instagram on Monday, to show off the father of her beautiful daughters.

In a video, the actress was spotted with Van Vicker as she unveiled him as father of her kids.

She said, “So a lot of you have been asking me to reveal the identity of the father of my kids. Today I have a surprise for you. Yes you guessed right. I want to reveal to you the man who gave me four adorable queens.”

Van Vicker while reacting in the video, said, “Hello Everybody!

Touching his beard, he addeed, “I’m feeling myself.”

Nadia Buari is a popular Ghanaian actress, movie producer and businesswoman. She is one of the few Ghanaian celebrities that have achieved fame in both the Ghanaian movie industry (Ghallywood) and Nigeria’s Nollywood.

The actress was married to a Lebanese man whose name is not known.

Much is not known about her marital life due to her nature of keeping her personal life very guarded.

Van Vicker is one of the biggest Ghanaian actors. He started his career as a radio presenter with Groove 106.3FM. He then proceeded to Vibe 91.9FM before moving to TV3 Ghana and Metro TV.

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