Do You Remember Kyeiwaa?
The Ghanaian Kumawood movie industry has produced many celebrities within this country. The film industry was founded in 2004 and since then entertainment have been their number one priority for the people of Ghana. The Kumawood film industry is the secret behind the riches of most of our celebrities these days.
Rose Akua Attaa or Kyeiwaa is one of Kumawood's legendary actresses who entertained Ghanaians with outstanding acting in their roles in movies. She started her acting career in the 1990s and entertained many Ghanaians and built large fans for herself. Kyeiwaa was popularly known for playing the role of witches in most of her movies.
Those who have watched some popular Kumawood movies like ' Ntaafo Tumi' will surely go with me that, Rose Akua Attaa Mensah or Kyeiwaa cannot be left behind if we must mention some Kumawood actors and actresses who have entertained Ghanaians. That is because she has always been serious in all her movies.
Rose or Kyeiwaa has featured several filmmaking superstars like Kwadwo Nkansah (Lilwin), Emelia Brobbey, Kofi Adu (Agya Koo), Nana Ama Mcbrown and others. Due to her hard work in the Kumawood movie industry, Kyeiwaa won the hearts of Ghanaians and other relevant awards like Best Actress Of The Year and others.
Currently, Kyeiwaa is married woman and has a good fortune of having adorable children.
Below are some photos of her that has gone viral on the internet and other social media platforms.
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