Maame Dokono in tears as she’s gifted car by Diamond Appiah

Diamond who is an entrepreneur celebrated her 33rd birthday at a star-studded plush party, where she decided to gift the veteran actress and a music producer, Fred Kyei Mensah popularly called Fredyma, brand new cars.
Maame Dokono whilst speaking after she was surprised with the car, got emotional and could hold back her tears whilst expressing her gratitude for Diamond’s kind gesture. Speaking close to her tears, she said: ” I didn’t know this was coming to happen to me”.
Maame Dokono whilst speaking after she was surprised with the car, got emotional and could hold back her tears whilst expressing her gratitude for Diamond’s kind gesture. Speaking close to her tears, she said: ” I didn’t know this was coming to happen to me”.
Narrating how she met Diamond, she said ” I met her at Golden Movie Awards and she was sitting down with me and said a whole lot about me, so it means you were planning to gift me a car. I thank God, I thank all of you.”
Narrating how she met Diamond, she said ” I met her at Golden Movie Awards and she was sitting down with me and said a whole lot about me, so it means you were planning to gift me a car. I thank God, I thank all of you.”

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Fredyma also shared the same emotional sentiment as tears came down his eyes whilst he received his car too.


The birthday party was attended by star actress including Kalsoume Sinare, Vicky Zugah among others. Former Minister of Creative Arts, Dzifa Gomashie was present too at the lavish celebrations.


Grace Omaboe, also known as Maame Dokono, is a Ghanaian actress,singer,television personality, author and a former politician. She run the former Peace and Love Orphanage which is now Graceful Grace school in Accra.
Maame hails from Nyafuman in the Birim North District of Ghana. She attended Abetifi Girls School. Grace Omaboe was initially a writer on Osofo Dadzi in the 70s when she was encouraged by Nana Bosompra to act in a series she co produced called Keteke.Grace Omaboe first started acting in the Keteke TV series on Ghanaian State owned TV, GTV. She moved on from there to become one of the most sought after actress of her time when she starred in and produced the 1980s/1990s Akan drama series Obra on GTV and also co-hosted an educative story telling tv program for kids known us By The Fire Side. Popularly known as Maame Dokono (after she played a character as a kenkey seller), she moved on to feature in several Ghanaian movies both Akan and English. She starred in the 2013 short Kwaku Ananse and Children of the Mountain (2016).
In 2000 and 2004 Omaboe stood as parliamentary candidate for the National Democratic Congress (NDC) in New Abirem for Birim North Constituency in the Eastern Region. In 2008 Omaboe defected to the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP). Omaboe claims that the NDC fabricated stories against her, which required her to fight and win a court case brought against her orphanage for criminal negligence. She quit politics in 2016, saying it was a waste of time, money, and full of people telling untruths.
Maame Dokono was selected to be President of the 2017 Golden Movie Awards Africa (GMAA) jury.

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