Monday, 29 April 2013

It is becoming obvious that the hot slap DKB gave Sierra Leonean top model Zainab in last year’s Big Brother house has won her affection for Ghana or perhaps Ghanaians.
Sandra Ankobiah and Zainab
This is because the tall beautiful model often seems cruise into Ghana at the least opportunity since the reality show ended.
Reasons are hard to come by but there is no doubt that Zainab has found something that is attracting her to Ghana.     
Over the weekend, she was spotted with beauty queen turned lawyer Sandra Ankobiah at the launch of Sarkodie’s Clothing Line dubbed, Sark.
She was recognized at the ceremony by emcee KOD, who made a joke of her continuous stay in Ghana and said it could have been influenced by DKB’s slap.
She first came to Ghana in August last year for the Glitz Africa Fashion Week. She has since been in and out of the country.
After the Glitz Show she reportedly shot her first Ghanaian movie with actress Juliet Ibrahim.
There were rumours to the effect that some top Ghanaian producers were trying to use her in their movies. She left Ghana in February this year but she is back.
What is not clear now is if she is working in Ghana now or there is another reason she is particularly interested in Ghana.

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Friday, 26 April 2013

Prince David's burnt car

Popular Ghanaian actor Prince David Osei had his fresh Toyota car burnt beyond repairs. This happened while The Dead actor was away attending the 2013 edition of the African Movie Academy Awards in Nigeria.
He was in Nigeria when he received news of the burnt car. The car reportedly crashed into an electrical pole and into a house before it finally caught fire. Identities of occupants of the car are not readily known, though rumors said they are likely to be his friends and cousins some of whom sustained various degrees of injury.

Tony Prince Tomety
Award-winning Ghanaian arts director, Prince Tony Tomety, has arrived in the United States of America, for Leila Djansi’s upcoming indie drama, ‘And Then There Was You’.
“He will be working as part of the production design team for the film. I like his work a lot and I think it’s good he explores what opportunities Hollywood may have for his talent which is under-utilized in Ghana,” Leila told NEWS-ONE yesterday about flying Prince Tony to the USA.
Prince Tony, a former student of National Film and Television Institute (NAFTI), has worked in Ghana’s movie industry as a production designer and arts director for the past eight years.
He has worked on a couple of Ghanaian movies that made it to the international market including ‘No Time To Die’, Leila’s ‘Sinking Sands’, and Ties That Bind, ‘Warrior Queen’, and a number of others.
He also works on TV commercials and music videos and has a number of awards to his credit, including Best Art Direction award at NAFTI (2006) and Ghana Movie Awards (2010).
Now he is set to face another challenge with ‘And Then There Was’.
Earlier this week, the Hollywood Reporter reported that Garcelle Beauvais has signed on to star in ‘And Then There Was You’. Beauvais stars as a teacher who has to pick up the pieces of her life after her husband leaves. When she falls for a new man, she discovers he, too, has possible relationship-ending secrets. Djansi wrote the script.
Suzanne Patrick, Ryan Daly and Tim Taylor are producing the movie and Dave Harper is the executive producer.
Also in the movie are Lynn Whitfield, Greg Vaughan, Leon Robinson, Kate Nauta and Trilby Glover.
Shooting is due to start in May in Los Angeles. The project is being made as a Turning Point Pictures production in association with OHTV, headed by Akin Salami and Michael Djaba.
Djansi is a Ghanaian filmmaker who has taken the African movie scene by storm. She wrote and directed the award-winning drama, Ties That Bind.
Beauvais most recently appeared as Denzel Washington’s ex-wife in Robert ZemeckisFlight and next plays the first lady to Jamie Foxx’s president in Sony’s upcoming summer tentpole, White House Down. She will guest star in an episode of USA's Necessary Roughness.
Garcelle Beauvais (born November 26, 1966) is a Haitian actress, singer, and former fashion model best known for her roles as Francesca "Fancy" Monroe on The WB television sitcom, The Jamie Foxx Show, which ran from 1996 to 2001, and as Valerie Heywood on the ABC crime drama, NYPD Blue.

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Belinda Effah on Amaa awards red carpet

Nollywood actress Belinda Effah says she is still overwhelmed after picking the award for 2013 Promising Actor at the just-ended Africa Movie Academy Awards in Bayelsa, Nigeria, for her role in the movie, ‘Kokomma’.    
“Thanks to God I won AMAA 2013 Best Promising Actor. I can only thank God. I am still overwhelmed,” she told NEWS-ONE on Wednesday after the award ceremony on Saturday.
She said she would have regretted not acting in the movie ‘Kokomma’.
“It’s always an honour to work for Royal Academy (the production behind Kokomma). I dedicate the award to God Almighty and special thanks to the writer and producer of the movie, Uduak Oguamanam, Emem Isong and Tom Robson. Shout out to my family and friends. Also special appreciation to my fans and big thank you to the organizers of AMAA Awards,” she added.
Belinda Effah competed with equally good actors such as Sumela Maculuva – Virgin Magarida, Joseph Wairimu – Nairobi Half Life, Shonelo Mbutho – Ulanga The Mark and Karoumwi Olakunle – The Twin Sword. But the jury thought she was outstanding.
She looked stunning and very confident when she walked on stage to pick her award.
Kokomma is a theme movie on rape and Belinda has been touring schools in Nollywood to preach against rape.
This year, AMAA Award adds the number of laurels she has won based on her performances in movies. She previously won best upcoming Actress at Bon Awards, GIAMA Awards in US: A group in her home State Uyo also honoured her.
Currently she is described as a wonderful actress in Nollywood. She began her acting career through a TV series titled, ‘Shallow Water’ and has since risen through the ranks. She was a contestant in the 2006 edition of the Next Movie Star reality show and has since featured in a lot of movies.
 Among her movies are Mrs. Somebody, Azonto Girls, Bigger Ladies, Udeme mmi and more.
Belinda is from Cross River State and from a large family. “My family is enough to make a football team,” she once told NEWS-ONE.
She attended the Nigerian Navy Secondary School in Port Harcourt and later studied Genetics and Bio-technology at the University of Calabar, But she has found herself in the creative arts industry.

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Wednesday, 24 April 2013

Aki at 2013 AMAA Awards
Aki at 2012 AMAA Awards

After he dazzled spectators with his wedding ring at the 2012 edition of the African Movie Academy Awards, popular Nollywood diminutive actor, Chenedu Ikedieze returned to 2013 AMAAs in Bayelsa State without his wedding ring on.
It has been a year since he got married and it is unclear what that means to his marriage.
Nonetheless, a wedding ring can be misplaced, forgotten at home or be dropped for various reasons.
But it was a fact that the actor’s wedding ring was conspicuously missing on his finger on Saturday night.    
Last year, he popped up on the red carpet in a pair of grey-coloured trousers, a white shirt and a black blazer which matched with his black shoes. He completed the look with a grey cap.
On the red carpet, he kept throwing his hand which had his wedding ring. It might have been conscious or unconscious but it sent diverse messages including a reminder to some women out there that he was now married.   
The presence of his wife was not noticed last year and was same this year. Aki was with some of Nollywood actors.

Credit: NEWS-ONE
Yvonne Okoro
Actress, Yvonne Okoro, has been thanking all who have supported her six nominations at the just ended African Movie Academy Awards in Bayelsa State, Nigeria.

Kofi Adjorlolo

Nollywood media welcoming Ghanaian stars

Zynnell Lydia Zuh
After the award ceremony, which attracted countless controversies, she tweeted on social network, twitter, about how grateful and thankful she was to all manner of people who supported.  
“…Thanks guys for the wishes and support you gave Contract. Still in the cinemas in Nigeria, run in your heels and sneakers and see it. Love to all,” she tweeted.
Yvonne’s ‘Contract’ directed by award winning movie director, Shirley Frimpong Manso, surprisingly didn’t pick any award after six nominations.
Some critics said Yvonne was robbed. The Best Actress in Lead role, which was highly tipped for either Yvonne or Rita Dominic, went to South African actress Florence Masebe for her role in the film ‘Elewani’. ‘Contract’s’ lead actor Hlomla Dandala lost the actor in lead role category to the late Nigerian actor, Justus Esiri.
Again, the movie lost the Best Director, Achievement In Screenplay and Achievement In Editing’ to Nigeria’s ‘Heroes & Zeroes’ while South Africa’s ‘Elewani’ took Best Achievement In Production Design.
Many had thought Okoro could have at least picked an award with the movie, which is breaking barriers. Many are still in shock.
However, Nollywood stakeholders are congratulating Yvonne Okoro on the quality of her movie and her performance in The Contract.
“I love your acting; you did very well in that movie,” Nollywood Best Actor in Lead role nominee O.C. Ukeje tapped the Ghanaian actress on her shoulder, a few minutes after South African actress Florence Masebe was mentioned as the winner of best actress.
Top Nollywood director cum producer, Lancelot Imasuen, walked up to her and said, “Finally I have met this lady. Congratulations!” Dr. Adebola Ademeso, a Theatre Arts lecturer from the Lagos State University, also congratulated Yvonne on her performance.
At the ceremony, Yvonne was beautifully dressed in Badgley Mischka white dress to match with her Karen Millien purse. Ghanaian actors also received amazing attention on the red carpet from Nollywood media.

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Nii Odoi Mensah

The President of the Ghana Actors Guild (GAG), Samuel Nii Odoi Mensah, has filed a law suit against entertainment newspaper, Flex and GHONE Television.

Mr. Odoi Mensah is demanding damages to the tune of GH¢200, 000.00 for what he claims to be defamation of character by the two respondents.

The GAG president says he finds offensive a recent publication by the paper saying that there were rumours alleging he had been involved in an illegal VISA connection.

Samuel Baah of Flex Newspaper
The publication did not go down well with Odoi Mensah who says he has over the years toiled to protect his name not only as the president of the Ghana Actors Guild, but a seasoned actor.

“I have never met this Osarfo guy before (author of the story), I will not be able to recognize him if I should meet him. I decided not to let them use me to make money for their paper. So I ignored any frivolous publication they make against me; but it has gotten to the barren point; even the frog protest when the waters are too much for it. …I am not in any way antagonizing the young man and the paper not to do their publication, the constitution of Ghana and press freedom mandate them to do so. That mandate does not ingratiate their abnormal feeling towards me at the expense of my human right,” said Nii Odoi Mensah.


Umar Krupp and Nollywood actor

Spirited Actor star Umar Krupp has netted a deal for his Nollywood debut and currently in Nigeria shooting with celebrated Nollywood actors including Mama G.

The movie, ‘James Town’, is expected to blow his career to a higher level.

Umar’s first major in Ghana was Yvonne Nelson’s produced movie, ‘House of Gold’. He played the role of a homosexual and has since described the role as challenging.

He told NEWS-ONE that he took the role because he fell in love with the entire script of ‘House of Gold’. “I wasn’t convinced about playing such a role for my first movie because of what people and the public will think about me but the story was good and I took it...I read the script and fell in love with the story. I took script and I accepted the role,” Umar said.

Mama G
“It was very difficult switching from being a man to a woman for the long days of shooting. It wasn’t easy to let go the character after the movie,” he said.
Umar was one of the finalists selected to represent Ghana in the Spirited Actor reality show held in the United States.
The Spirited Actor, organised by Davies Media Group and Paradise Entertainment, is a show anchored by celebrity acting coach Tracy Moore.
The contestants were chosen from Ghana and Nigeria to compete against each other. Umar happens to be the youngest of them all, yet one of the most outspoken, gifted, hilarious and memorable.
His role in the ‘House of Gold’ promises to live long with him since it is his first movie. Currently all appears to be going well for Umar. He is also doing a project with actress Luckie Lawson on her upcoming reality show dubbed ‘Beyond Beauty.’ He is one of the hosts of the shows.

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Yaw Siki
Tema-based rapper, “Yaw Siki can now walk, talk and eat,” says manager, Charles Adu Koranteng otherwise called MC Coaches.
 The ‘Wope Dodo’ crooner was involved in a fatal accident on the Accra-Tema m

Garcelle Beauvais has signed on to star in ‘And Then There Was You’, an indie drama being directed by Leila Djansi.
Beauvais stars as a teacher who has to pick up the pieces of her life after her husband leaves. When she falls for a new man, she discovers he, too, has possible relationship-ending secrets. Djansi wrote the script.
Suzanne Patrick, Ryan Daly and Tim Taylor are producing the movie and Dave Harper is the executive producer.
Also in the movie are Lynn Whitfield, Greg Vaughan, Leon Robinson, Kate Nauta and Trilby Glover.
Shooting is due to start in May in Los Angeles. The project is being made as a Turning Point Pictures production in association with OHTV, headed by Akin Salami and Michael Djaba.
Djansi is a Ghanaian filmmaker who has taken the African movie scene by storm. She wrote and directed the award-winning drama, Ties That Bind.
Beauvais most recently appeared as Denzel Washington’s ex-wife in Robert ZemeckisFlight and next plays the first lady to Jamie Foxx’s president in Sony’s upcoming summer tentpole, White House Down. She will guest star in an episode of USA's Necessary Roughness.
Garcelle Beauvais (born November 26, 1966) is a Haitian actress, singer, and former fashion model best known for her roles as Francesca "Fancy" Monroe on The WB television sitcom, The Jamie Foxx Show, which ran from 1996 to 2001, and as Valerie Heywood on the ABC crime drama, NYPD Blue.

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Jay Ghartey

 Ghanaian-American artiste Jay Ghartey has netted a brace – ahead of the official release of his upcoming second album.
The ‘My Lady’ hit-maker is out with yet another promising hit banger, this time a typical up-tempo Azonto number. It is titled ‘Somebody.’
Not only that, he has also dropped what some music pundits have touted as “a beautiful love song,” titled ‘Love You Better.’ The song features the fascinating songbird Juliana Kanyomozi, from Uganda.
Juliana is celebrated in many circles as perhaps the East African country’s most decorated contemporary international artiste with many awards and hit songs – such as ‘Say Yes’ and ‘Nabikoowa’ – to her credit. She recently appeared on the remix of Jay’s ‘My Lady.’
Interesting as it may seem, the ‘Somebody’ song promises a lot potential to become one of Jay Ghartey’s greatest records.
Jay Ghartey and Tinny
In an interview with the artiste over why he has taken to Azonto, he explained he did the song for two main reasons.
“Although I’m not known for Azonto, I’ve observed a lot of my fans, both in Ghana and the rest of the world, are now hooked on to Azonto, so I asked myself, ‘Why shouldn’t I do one for them?’,” he said.
But regarding the second reason, Jay Ghartey said he recorded the song because of the recent branding of Azonto as Nigerian by American artiste Chris Brown on BET.
“It is an undeniable fact that Azonto originated from Ghana and not Nigeria, so when Chris Brown made that mistake on BET, I saw the need to bring some of my Azonto tracks. So this is the first to come out,” he added. 
Jay announced that as part of plans to promote the songs, especially ‘Love You Better,’ Juliana would arrive in Ghana “to inspect my youth foundation, record songs and do various shows and interviews.
“I think this will also help unite both countries – Ghana and Uganda,” he said, calling on his fans and every music-lover to expect the release of his much-anticipated second album later in the year.


Yvonne Nelson and Rukky Sanda poses others on set

Popular actress Yvonne Nelson is currently in Nigeria shooting with one of her best friends and hot Nollywood actresses, Rukky Sanda.
This is happening almost a week after she premiered her ‘House of Gold’ movie in Accra.  She touched down in Nollywood for the production early this week. She tweeted a picture of herself with Rukky and some musicians on set on Thursday, stating her preparedness for the production.
The title of the new production has not been made public yet; but indications are that it is a Rukky Sanda production. The two actresses cum producers are friends and p

Zeal of VIP
Zeal, a member of award-winning music group VIP, has sent a stern warning via a new single, to persons who seek his downfall not to dare him because he is “unstoppable.”  
Zeal dropped his first single, ‘Human Gyata’ on YFM’s last Wednesday on Sammy Forson’s mid-morning show. 
Listening to the lyrics in the song, it is obvious the

Linda Lorwia receiving her prize

Ace Ghanaian Comedian Funny Face has recorded one of the funniest and most exciting promo songs in Ghana for telecommunication giant, Vodafone.
The promo song, which is the remix version of his ‘My Car’ song released earlier this year, features Dr. Cryme’s voice and has some interesting punch lines about the telecommunication company’s ‘Cool Chop’ promotion to reward its cherished customers.
Last Wednesday, the song caught on with Vodafone customers and music listeners when the Vodafone team visited Ashaiman as part of its weekly giveaway promo dubbed Vodafone Cool Chop Promotion.
Funny was not at the function but his song excited onlookers who came around to watch the Vodafone team reward its customers.
One Isaac Bonsu walked away with A Galaxy Smartphone while another winner, Toufiq Ahmed Mustapha, also received an LED TV for texting to short code 4141 to win a prize.
 Linda Lorwia also received a cheque for GH¢10,000. After receiving her reward, she told the audience who witnessed the ceremony that she aimed at driving home one of the major prizes at the end of the month, which is a brand new Hyundai Santa Fe. Hence she was going to use part of the money to keep texting until she won the car prize.
“I heard about the advert on billboards, TV and internet and it says we should text 4141 to win various prizes. Actually I am not a fan of such things but this time around I said let me try and see. I just said let me give it a try and I did. I text several times because others are texting and now I have won hundred million. People can also give it a try. I’m serious about winning the car so I will use part of the money I have received now to text and see,” she said.   
 Vodafone Ghana is currently giving customers the chance of winning a lot of gifts including their dream home and for the first time in Ghana, serviced plots of land in their new ‘Cool Chop’ promotion.
A three-bedroom house from Lakeside Estates is up for grabs in the 90-day promotion as well as three fully serviced plots of land, a brand new Hyundai Santa Fe and over GH¢1 million worth of other prizes. By texting ‘WIN’ to 4141, over 10,000 customers will be rewarded in the 90-day promotion.
Over the next 90 days, the highest texters will be rewarded daily, weekly and monthly, with prizes ranging from airtime, smartphones and tablets, thousands of Ghana cedis, 40” LED TVs, serviced plots of land, a car, culminating in the grand prize: a three-bedroom house on the exclusive Lakeside Estate in Accra. 
The Ashaiman event is one of the numerous ceremonies to reward texters.  

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Wednesday, 17 April 2013

Yvonne Nelson

Popular Ghanaian actress Yvonne Nelson has taken her popularity to the next level as her @yvonnenelsongh account on social network, Twitter was over the weekend verified.
One’s twitter account is verified with a blue verified badge on the Twitter profile. 
Verification is currently used to establish authenticity of identities on Twitter. The verified badge helps users to discover high-quality sources of information and trust that a legitimate source is authoring the account’s Tweets.
Unconfirmed reports claimed that twitter account holders with large followers get verified.
Yvonne Nelson is the first in Ghana’s movie industry to have her account verified. As of yesterday, she had 95333 followers.
The twitter verification follows the premiere of her latest movie, ‘House of Gold’, and textile giant Printex honouring her for her contribution to Africa’s film industry.    
But Yvonne wasn’t the only Ghanaian to get verification last weekend. R2Bees (@r2bees), E.L. (@ELrepGH), D-Black (@DBLACKGH) and some members of his Black Avenue Music (BAM) were among some of the celebrities who got their accounts authenticated by Twitter.

Kwaw Kese flanked by Bra Kweku and Buda
Popular Ghanaian rapper and ‘Abodam’ crooner Kwaw Kese has signed his younger brother, Buda and another hip life artiste, Bra Kweku, onto his Mad Time Entertainment Record Label.
The deal is Mad Time Entertainment’s second signing being made public since it was established some years ago.
Its first contract was with rapper Okra Tom Dwidie, whose deal reportedly expired years ago.  
The amount involved in the new deal with Buda and Bra Kweku has not been made public. But sources said both sides were comfortable with the deal.
Currently, Buda and Bra Kweku are promoting their singles under Mad Time Entertainment.
Mad Time Entertainment is no doubt one of the popular and enterprising record labels in Ghana. It is owned by the rapper who is tagged as the ‘king of the streets’ because he appeals to the ‘streets.’
Indeed, the label has proven to be one of the best and has stood the test of time.

Jay Quayson

Ghana’s Hip life industry has welcomed another songwriter, singer and performer Jay Quayson as he debuts his single ‘Game Over’ which features ‘Lapaz Toyota’ crooner Guru.
Known in real life as Mark Kojo Quayson, he ha

Phresh Biggs
Years after staying in the US, Star Fire, a Ghanaian US-based hip-hop/hiplife group made up of Kingsley Nyarko (Phresh Biggs) and Snow B, will be returning home to prove to its motherland what it has to offer.
Phresh Biggs and Snow B have been in the US music industry for a while and they have an independent label called Star Fire Entertainment.
They are currently looking forward to express their love for music throughout the world, especially their motherland (Ghana).
They are planning to come down soon and what they are telling Ghanaian music lovers is that they should expect a new brand of hip-life, hip-hop and Azonto from them soon.

 Credit: NEWS-ONE

Monday, 15 April 2013

Yvonne Nelson displaying her award
Popular actress Yvonne Nelson was on Saturday night honored with the Printex Gowoman Award by textile giant, Printex Limited, for her contribution towards the growth of the African film industry as an actress and a producer

Lawyer Sandra Ankobiah

The long-standing hope among stakeholders of the showbiz fraternity that Ghana’s entertainment industry would get the services of qualified lawyers who understand the business of entertainment has gotten a boost, as Sandra Ankobiah, host of Fashion 101, has been called to the Ghana bar, and is now a lawyer.
Speaking in an exclusive interview with NEWS-ONE, Sandra Ankobiah opened her arms to handling cases pertaining to entertainment and not just other cases.
Sandra Ankobiah
“Why not, I will handle entertainment cases,” she said and promised not to abandon the entertainment industry, especially her Fashion 101, a TV Magazine show.
Sandra Ankobiah and friends Yvonne Okoro, Becca and Roseline Okoro
“There is Entertainment Law, and it encompasses all of the legal problems and issues most commonly faced by a variety of related industries, including film, television, radio, music recording, publishing, theater, and sports. The areas of law most frequently associated with this field are intellectual property, agency, antitrust, contracts, and labor and employment. And although I specialized in International and Commercial Law, I studied most of the courses under Entertainment Law during my LLB and LLM. Courses such as Intellectual Property, Antitrust, and Contract and fortunately, Entertainment Law are predominantly Contract and Intellectual Property based.
“My aim now is to provide legal services to the entertainment industry- services such as Contract Drafting, Negotiation and Mediation, and of course Litigation, if the need arises.
Sandra Ankobiah and parents
“I believe the reason why Entertainment Law is not big in this country is due to the fact that our industry is not big. It's a very young industry which doesn't make use of legal services/lawyers. I have seen and heard of actors/artistes, etc. who enter into agreements/deals without any form of contracts and later have problems when breaches occur. It's time for all industry players to get more professional by engaging legal services and I am pleased to offer my services. Although young and new at the Bar, I have the drive, determination, skills, and passion to provide the best quality services to my clients. The industry is growing and I would like to grow with it,” she added.
The beautiful lady who is also a model was among some 39 lawyers who were inducted into the Ghana bar by Her Ladyship Chief Justice Georgina Wood at a meeting of the General Legal Council in Accra on Friday April 12.
Like the other lawyers, she took an undertaking to be of good behaviour, and adhere to the general ethics of the profession.
She has flirted with Ghana’s showbiz industry for a long time and better understands the issues. Hence there are high hopes that she will be handling cases pertaining to the industry.  
Her feat is currently being hailed by many Ghanaian entertainment stakeholders.
Minutes after the induction ceremony last Friday, a number of them joined her at a party held on her behalf at the Golden Tulip Hotel to celebrate her success.
Among them were Yvonne Okoro, D Black, Nana Boroo, Mugeez, Roseline Okoro, Chester Ani, Fred Nuamah, 4x4’s Coded, Deborah Vanessah and a host of others. 
Sandra entered the reception grounds full of smiles while she was welcomed with flashes from media cameras.
She hugged some guests who made it to the reception.
After a short prayer and words of encouragement headed by Chester, there was nothing left but to eat and drink while they posed for the cameras.
Sandra has indeed raised the bar with her new calling and she has proven that there is indeed brain behind her beauty.
Besides her attainment in entertainment, she is a graduate with multiple degrees in Law.
Sandra is a former student of the Akosombo International School, and also holds a degree from the University of Buckingham, UK (LLB). She acquired an LLM (Masters in Law) in International and Commercial Law before entering the Ghana School of Law, Makola, Accra.
Finally, she has made her way onto Ghana’s legal frontiers and observers have no choice but to say congratulations.
Sandra echoes essence, style, quality, wits, glamour and humour. Her peers describe her as an “elegant, young fashionista who strongly believes in the importance of looking good”.
A runner-up in the 2002 edition of the Miss Ghana and Miss ECOWAS beauty pageants, the past decade has seen her do pretty awesome stuff in the line of fashion, modeling for renowned designers such as Kofi Ansah among others. In 2000, she was one of the faces used by Ghana Textiles Print (GTP) for their numerous advertizing campaigns.
Between 2004 and 2007, she operated Sandra’s, a high-end fashion boutique in Dzorwulu that set trends and managed to give clothing a face-lift. But in all, education is also a priority for her.

Credit: NEWS-ONE

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