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Okoro Sisters Go Wild

Yvonne Okoro & sisters
Actress Yvonne Okoro has looks and curves tempting enough to cause a stir in public; but to be joined by her two sexy sisters, Roselyn and Elizabeth, is definitely one spectacle that could cause traffic.
For yet to be explained reasons, Yvonne seems to have adopted a new habit of not appearing in public without her sisters. Maybe they may be guarding her, forgetting that some things are just for ‘men only.’
The two beautiful sisters simple do not allow Yvonne to move around in town alone anymore.
They have each been spotted with Yvonne Okoro in town on different occasions.
At the recent Africa Movie Academy Awards (AMAA), NEWS-ONE spotted Yvonne with Elizabeth and they were almost always together throughout the ceremony.
Roselyn was caught on camera with Yvonne by NEWS-ONE lenses during the premiere of the final chapter of ‘Adams Apples’ at the National Theatre in Accra.
The actress’s sudden decision to attend events with her sisters is yet to be explained.
A family source claimed that Roselyn and Elizabeth loved Yvonne and always wanted to be with her. However, because of their tight personal schedule, they did not see each other often.
In the past few months, however, the ladies appear to have been managing their time well and are spending time together.
Meanwhile, close industry sources to the actress are saying otherwise. According to them, the ladies and the entire Okoro family might not be happy with recent media reports about Yvonne- the reason the two have been ‘chaperoning’ her lately to make sure she did not run into trouble.
Unconfirmed reports also say that Yvonne now makes her sisters receive her calls.  
Yvonne Okoro herself had recently said in one of her interviews that her sisters were her best critics when she acted and when she was about to step out of home.
It is yet to be confirmed if it was her sisters’ idea to get Yvonne to display her sexiness at the last AMAA by showing part of her boobs.
Reports say they have lovely parents and come from a welcoming home.
She reportedly has brothers too but her striking looks can be compared with Roselyn Okoro who is also called Ngozi. One can easily recognize Yvonne and Ngozi as sisters by their looks.
Yvonne recently became one of the busiest and most sought-after Ghanaian actresses in Africa.
She is co-winner of the Best Actress Award at the 2010 Ghana Movie Awards.
Currently, she is one of Ghana’s few actors with a strong academic background. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Ghana and has studied Press Civilization, Drama and Marketing at the Universite' De Nantes in France.

Credit: NEWS-ONE 



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