Monday, 1 August 2011

AWARD WINNING actress, Ama K. Abebrese has since Friday been promoting tourism in Ghana via tweeter.
The beautiful actress, known for her African looks, has been touring Cape Coast, the capital of Central Region of Ghana.
She reportedly left Accra on Friday and toured some of the tourism sites in the region including the Kakum National Park, Elmina Castle and some beaches. She is however expected to be back in Accra this week.
From Friday, she has been tweeting pictures of herself and friends and some of the places she visited.
She called on her friends on twitter to visit those places.
“Kakum Forest Park canopy walk. Totally nerve-racking but so worth it, just don’t look down. If you have yet to visit this place, you should go, so worth it. I had breakfast sitting overlooking the ocean. It was lovely. Happy Sunday. I love my country mehn! I love Ghana! I love Ghanaians! I saw this sign at Kakum park, its a perfume tree,” were some of the tweets she sent.
Ama K. is currently Africa’s reigning actress, after she won best actress at the Africa Movie Academy Awards (AMAA) for her role in ‘Sinking Sands’.    
Ama K. Abebrese is a TV presenter, producer, and an actress, best known for her exploits in the UK.
She has over a decade of experience in television with experience working with the YCTV (Youth Culture Television), BBC2 and OBE TV.
Her resident entertainment chat show ‘On the Sofa’ is extremely popular with viewers where she interviews international celebrities like Akon, Ziggy Marley, Hollywood actor Idris Elba and UK stars like rapper Sway, as well as African celebrities like Jim Iyke, Jackie Appiah, Samini and Becca to name a few.
Also a trained actress, Ama K. has performed as part of the Lyric Theatre summer company in the play ‘Chinese Whispers’ on the London stage. She also portrayed the lead female role in the short play ‘Three Nights’ at the Diroma Theatre in London. She played a cameo role in the 2006 African film ‘London Get Problem’.
In Ghana she is well known for her first ever major movie role in psycho-drama, ‘Sinking Sands’, which fetched her first African Movie Academy Award as Africa’s best actress.



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