I feel I should have had a child some 5 years ago – Serwaa Amihere

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Serwaa Amihere of GHOne Tv fame has made her fans privy to her biggest regret in life in reference to her relationship life.

According to Serwaa Amihere in a post on Twitter, she regrets badly for not having a child at her age – 30 years. She’s perhaps wishing that she was a ‘born one’ like her mentor, Nana Aba Anamoah.

They’re both career women who obviously don’t have time for making a family not to talk of making kids.

The sad news, however, is, as the days go by, age doesn’t really become their friends, hence, regrets of this nature sets in. Regardless, it’s not too late for Serwaa Amihere to give birth to just a child anyway.

As a reminder, Serwaa Amihere is a Ghanaian broadcast journalist and news presenter who currently works with GHOne TV. She won the Television Female Newscaster of the Year Award at the 2018 Radio and Television Personality Awards.

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I feel I should have had a child some 5 years ago – Serwaa Amihere
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