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10th September 2011, 06:15 PM
Beautiful Ghanaian actress Nikki Samonas added another year to her age. She turned 25 on Monday September 5 and has since been getting congratulatory messages from her pals, especially those in the entertainment industry.

On Monday evening, NEWS-ONE was, told her family and friends threw a surprise birthday party in her honour at Rhapsodys, located in the Accra Mall.

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Nikki cutting the birth day cake

“She was not aware of the party. Her friends Maame Afoku, Deborah Vanessa Owusu Bonsu, Royce Asek and Belinda Dziedzorm surprised her with the party when they invited her to Rhapsodys. She cut her birthday cake. It was beautiful thing to watch,” a source told this paper.

Nikki confirmed the party on Wednesday and added she was very happy to have added another year to her life, hoping for a greater future.

“Honestly I don’t know what to say but of course, I thank God for adding year to my age. I pray for his protection and long life.”
News-one congratulates the actress and wishes her a long life.

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Nikki (fourth left) with friends at the b'day

Born Nikoletta Samonas, she has been a model and actress for some years. She had a stint with Ghana’s movie industry a few years ago after she was given a minor role by Abdul Salam in his Venus Film’s hit movie, ‘Beyonce.’ By then she was at the University Of Science & Technology. Later, she played lead in AA production’s ‘Pretty Queen’.

Since then she keeps rising and doing better. Some of the movies she has starred in include ‘Beyonce 1&2’, ‘War of Roses’, ‘Desperate Measures’, ‘Deadly Obsession’, ‘Pretty Queen’, ‘Wrong line’, ‘DNA Test’ and ‘Red Label’.

“Acting was never in my plans. It was modeling. I started with advert modeling on TV before Salam brought me into the movies,” she once said. She did ads for Septrin soap in 2008, TiGo telecommunication network between 2007 and 2008 and Eclat gel in 2009.