MALIK KWEKU Baako, aka Bombay, Editor-In-Chief of the New Crusading Guide, has once again impregnated the sexy beauty of Muslim descent he recently got married to, Isha Zuwera Baako.
Baako, in April 2009, got married to Isha, the love of his life and this is the second time he has impregnated his beautiful wife.Isha, at private birthday party celebrated on the 27th of last month, was spotted with a protruding belly as she went round to welcome her guests.
A day after her birthday, Isha, in a message to her friends on facebook noted: “My birthday lunch was a success. Thanx 2 all my friends who wished me well and all dose who made it 2 de lunch. I luv u all. mwaaaahhhhhhhh...”
The pregnancy is now very noticeable, though close sources say it is barely three months old. Bombay is also reported to have described the yet-to-be-born child as his ‘pension baby’, presupposing it would be the last time he would be impregnating the wife.
Bombay and Isha got married on April 12, 2009 at a two-tier wedding ceremony that saw an Islamic marriage ritual in the morning and then a secular high-profile dinner in Labone later on that evening.
In July 2008, Mr. Baako converted from Christianity to Islam and reports say the decision was largely influenced by his love for the spicy lady and his desire to marry her so they could live happily ever after.
Baako, during the ceremony, just could not take his eyes and hands off his bride. In a response to the toast, he confessed that he never thought he would ever get married and that the experience made him a bit tensed.
“Yes, just as Kwame (Sefa Kayi) has said I never thought I could get married and I am a bit tensed...this is a new experience but I am sure with your prayers and with the support of Allah I would succeed,” Baako had said.
For Isha, she said it had not ‘been easy grabbing’ a celebrated bachelor like Mr. Baako, who was known to have one eye for ‘the gals’ and the other for a glass of quality brandy, while sleeping with two eyes closed under the government of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), led by Mr. Kufuor, and sleeping with one eye opened under the government of Mr. Rawlings’.
Kweku Baako publicly announced that his name had changed to Malik Kweku Baako and that he had completely stopped drinking any alcoholic beverage, including his usual daily shots of brandy.
Close sources say the senior Editor cum publisher, since his conversion, has undergone a crash course in Islamic lessons and has become rather pious. When news broke that Mr. Baako had converted to Islam, he explained: “My conversion to Islam is a private affair, not subject to public discourse.
However, I thank all those who have expressed positive vibes on the matter. May Allah shower His blessings and mercies on all of them.”
Malik Baako is in his mid-50s and won the coveted Ghana Journalist of the Year award in 1999. He describes himself as a ‘Political Animal’ and is the son of the late Kofi Baako, a Minister of State under the Kwame Nkrumah-led Convention people’s Party (CPP) government.
Though a member of the CPP, he has been a supporter of the NPP as well as a strong and persistent critic of the former first couple, Jerry John Rawlings and his wife, Konadu Agyeman-Rawlings.
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