Peacefmonline.com can confidently confirm that Broadcaster and Television hostess Dzifa Affainie (Formerly as known as Dzifa Smith) of E-TV Ghana who has been on maternity leave for some months now, has delivered a new baby girl.
A close source at her New Jersey base disclosed that the “Late Nite Celebrity Show” Hostess, Mrs. Dzifa Affainie delivered a baby girl at the Englewood Medical Center, Englewood, New Jersey, United States of America on Friday September 13, 2013 and was discharged from hospital on Sunday September 15, 2013.
According to the source the new baby girl who has already been named as Nhyiraba Efe Oluchi Affainie, is Dzifa’s fourth surviving daughter having lost one at the Nyaho Clinic in Accra in 2010.
Speaking exclusively to Peacefmonline.com, Dzifa who left the country on 11th August 2013 with two of her daughters, Lydia Novisi Markham and Ewurama Sakyiwa Obioma Affainie, was thankful to the Almighty God for safe delivery of baby and to her husband Lt Col (Rtd) Edward Affainie for his continued support.
Peacefmonline.com is reliably informed that Dzifa’s husband wanted her to deliver in New Jersey for a change and therefore checked them in at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Englewood, New Jersey for the entire period of their stay in the USA due to its proximity to the Englewood Medical Center where she delivered.
The late Nite Celebrity Hostess told Peacefmonline.com that she was glad the baby was delivered on a Friday because her husband wanted either a Wednesday or Friday born. She said delivering a baby girl on Friday September 13, 13 was a perfect gift to thank her husband for all the love and care to children and herself.
Mrs. Dzifa Affainie mentioned that God has always blessed her with dates when it comes to delivery. She revealed that her first daughter was delivered on her father’s birthday, second daughter on her mother’s birthday, third daughter on her brother-in-law’s birthday, and the fourth crowned it all on a day requested by her husband with an exquisite symmetry in number(dates). She mentioned that all were vaginal births and was thankful to God that.
Dzifa expressed her appreciation to Dr. Srofenyo and the staff of Lister Hospital, Accra, Ghana who took care of her during her prenatal period, staff of Crowne Plaza Hotel, Englewood, USA, staff of Englewood Medical Center and her personal doctor in the USA Dr Stacy Martinucci.
She made special mention of Emelia and her family of KB’s Africa Market, 96 Anderson,Hackensack, NJ, USA for taking care of her daughters when she went on admission to deliver. Dzifa was also thankful to her managers at Global Media Alliance for granting her the leave to enable her travel to deliver in the USA. She also thanked all her fans and loved ones for their prayers and support. Her final words were full of appreciation to her husband for the love and care given to her and the children.