Celebrities have lots of influence on people who see them as their role models. There are followers of celebrities who mimick their celebrity role models to the extent that they want to walk, talk and dress exactly like them. It, therefore, beholds individuals who have gotten the privilege to attain stardom to leave lives that are worthy of emulation. To help push the national agenda, celebrities are used as national assets to convince customers to purchase made-in-Ghana goods, creating awareness of government policies and educating the public about a particular disease or general way of living.
One of the vibrant and earliest industries that the country has had is the textile industry. African prints are one of the media through which Ghanaian innovation and ingenuity are exhibited. It is rather unfortunate that the industry that has the potential of employing many Ghanaians is confronted with piracy. The market is flooded with fake, copied brands of our African prints which are sold cheaply due to their inferiority. Unsuspecting Ghanaians find it burdensome to differentiate between their original African and the fake ones.
Fortunately, there are Ghanaian celebrities who rock and look dashing in the African prints, which does not only market the products to local and international customers but also helps them know what the original African prints constitute.
This article focuses on Ghanaian female celebrities who have caught the eyes of Ghanaians by how dashing and sparkling they look in the African prints. Check out some of these beautiful celebrities who rock and market the African prints with their fame.
5. Nana Ama Mcbrown
4. Serwaa Amihere
3. Martha Ankomah
2. Nadia Buari
1. Jackie Appiah
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