10 most admired Ghanaian female celebrities

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We follow them on various social media platforms because we love and admire them. Their works and personality over the years have inspired many girls to aspire to be them.

In our part of the world especially Ghana, most known females in the media space have been classified as celebrities because they show stacks of photos and flyers that suggests they’re well known but in actual fact, they are not admired by many netizens.

In this article, we will dive into 10 of the most admired Ghanaian female celebrities.

1. Gifty Anti

Gifty Anti is a Ghanaian journalist and broadcaster who doubles as the host of ‘Stand Point’, the television programme which discusses issues affecting women. She later became a gender advocate, then decorated feminist but in all most Ghanaians who are non-feminists admire her so much.

2. Jackie Appiah

Jackie Appiah, born on December 5, 1983, in Canada moved back to Ghana along with her parents in 1993 and started her acting career starring in the popular television series, ‘Things We Do for Love. She has since starred in over 100 movies and has won accolades to her name.

3. Stacy Amoateng

Stacy Amoateng is television presenter/producer, media consultant, philanthropist and actress. She’s the show host of Restoration which airs on GhOne Tv. She has interviewed a lot of celebrities and has changed the lives of many through her charity works.

4. Martha Ankomah

Martha Ankomah is a Ghanaian actress noted for her versatility and good acting skills which included audibility, gesticulation, projection and mimicking. Martha Ankomah has for long spoken against nudity and this what most Ghanaians has loved her for, She’s currently the ambassador for GTP’s Adepa Dumas.

5. Nana Ama McBrown

Felicity Ama Agyemang (born 15 August 1973) known as Nana Ama McBrown is a Ghanaian actress who shot to mainstream success following her rousing performance in the Twi-language movie Asoreba.

McBrown essentially stumbled into acting. She answered an auction call on the radio by Miracle Films and was hired to do costuming instead. However, on the set, she was able to snag the lead role after the director, Samuel Nyamekye, felt that she was better suited for the role.

6. Joselyn Dumas

Joselyn Canfor-Dumas’ role in Perfect Picture was what made Ghanaians pay attention to her acting career and her role in the movie made a lasting impression on the director which led to subsequent key roles in other movies.

7. Naa Ashorkor

Naa Ashorkor Mensah-Doku (born November 24, 1988) is a Ghanaian Actress and Radio/ TV Broadcaster. The bubbly actress and media personality, Naa Ashorkor joined the family of The Multimedia Group in 2017 as the host of the comprehensive Entertainment/Creative Arts analysis show, ‘Showbiz A-Z’.

8. Nadia Buari

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Life’s mill with its thrills and grills has its way of taking us through twists and turns. Yet this journey won’t be fulfilling without the unconditional love that friends and family and of course buttercakes, exude. Today represents a special milestone in my life’s journey. Though this past year hasn’t been my most favorite of years, it is also the year that has inspired the most appreciation in me. Appreciation for life from God and love from family. Love I give is possible because of love I get from you all. In thanking God for adding another year to this amazing life journey , I wish to dedicate this special day towards thanking you for endearing and enduring my journey and showering unto me the love that continues to light my path. I humbly embrace and appreciate the light that your love has lit in my heart, that causes me to shine and smile even in the face of life’s adversities. It makes me know that life won’t be possible without love from you, the best family in the world…whom it will forever hurt to miss. THANk YOU. Happy birthday Nadia Buari!

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Nadia Buari is one of the affluent female celebrities in Ghana. She simultaneously stays in Ghana (her hometown) and the USA. She has been already featured in 150+ movies. Nadia Buari started off her career with a TV series ‘Games People Play’. In the year 2006, she got to act in her 1st major film – ‘Mummy’s Daughter’. Her role in the movie ‘Beyonce: The President’s Daughter’ was applauded by all cinema lovers.

She has kept a private life for almost a decade and shocked Ghanaians when she made it known that she has been married four ten years and have four kids.

9. Afia Pokuaa

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Simplicity is complex

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Award-winning Ghanaian media personality, Afia Pokua, popularly known as Vim Lady quit Adom FM after 18 years of working with Multimedia Group Limited to join Despite Media as the host of one of the most educative shows, ‘Mmra No Se Sen’ which airs on every Friday evening on UTV.

10. Nana Aba Anamoah

Nana Aba Anamoh (born 19 June 1978) is a Ghanaian award-winning media personality, news anchor and broadcaster. She is currently the host of State of Affairs at GHOne TV. She has been surrounded by small controversies but the love Ghanaians have for is exceptional, her humanitarian works speaks volume for her.

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