Much loved Ghanaian actress Nadia Buari has for the first time given a slight clue about the identity of the father of her twin daughters, saying he is not a Ghanaian.
For over a year now, the ‘hide and seek’ game between the Buari family on one hand and the Ghanaian media on the other hand over the identity of the father of the actress’ twins has been ongoing, with all sorts of weird speculations making the rounds.
Nadia for the first time spoke in public about her twins’ dad when Bola Ray hosted her on the Starr Chat this week.
The actress was rather held back in her responses and seemed not ready to give out information on her life behind the screens.
All she said was that “the father of my twins is not a Ghanaian” but she failed to disclose his nationality. The actress said she wants to keep her family life private and away from the media.
Also, Nadia could neither confirm nor deny that apart from the twins, she had a child after she left secondary school.
One of the many speculations is that Nadia tasked a surrogate mother for the twins and that they were birthed at a private hospital near the Spintex Road in Accra.
In the same interview, Nadia explained that contrary to what some believed about her, she is not an arrogant and snobbish person but is rather shy most of the time.
“I think I am a weirdo; naturally sometimes I can be a nerd… I am painfully shy and really nervous but a lot of people don’t believe that…but I am extremely shy,” Nadia told Bola Ray on the show.
The actress’ father, Alhaji Sidiku Buari, one of the most respected pillars in Ghana’s music sector, confirmed about a year ago that the actress had given birth to a set of twins.
The Buari family is a star-studded one and has never shied away from the public as far as their relationship and marriage issues are concerned.
Indeed, Nadia’s past relationships and breakups were publicly played out in the media and the Buari family ‘painted the town red’ during the talk-of-town wedding between Nadia’s sister, Shaida and her Nigerian lover.
The decision of the Buari’s to remain tight-lipped about who the lucky man might be is therefore raising wild speculations—among them, the possibility of the actress having gone in for a sperm donor or a surrogate mother.