Multiple award winning actress and television presenter, Nana Ama McBrown says she believed even after 60 years, she will definitely have a baby of her own.
The actress has for more than a decade been one of the finest talents Ghana has seen on our screens when it comes to acting.
She rose to prominence for her role in television series ‘Tentacles’. She later found mainstream success following her role in the movie ‘Asoreba’.
Nana Ama McBrown has starred in movies including; ‘coming to africa’, ‘sidechic gang’, ‘asoreba’, ‘nsem pii’, etc.
The 2020 outstanding woman brand influencer of the year at the outstanding women awards (GOWA).
The actress got married to her longtime boyfriend Maxwell Mawu Mensah in 2016 and gave birth to a baby girl in February 2019.
In an interview with Naa Ashiokor on Asaase Radio, the actress shared how she felt when there was no child when she got married. She said;
“I sometimes asked myself when? To be honest, I’m human so sometimes I ask myself why is it that when I prophecy about myself, it doesn’t come to pass or I will pass the time that I have to give birth. But I always had that belief it will happen even if I am 60 years, I will give birth. In our times, there are options, everything is about time. Sometimes the man you are married too also counts, for instance how he will support you. Time is also is in God’s time