Ghana has a rich culture which is toured by foreigners. Some of the activities that forms the elements of the Ghanaian culture include dancing, fashion, food, plays etc.
Here are some African prints that are mostly seen during the celebration of certain cultures in the country.
1. Naa Askorkor
Actress and TV host, Naa Ashorkor is gorgeous in African Prints.
Her style is, undeniably, one of the best. She looks amazing in African prints anytime she steps out in it.
3. Berla Mundi
On several occasions, Berla looks glamorous in African fabric.
4. Sandra Ankobiah
Sandra is a fashionista whose unique style has always put the Ghanaian Fashion Industry in awe.
5. Yvonne Nelson
Yvonne's beauty is one of the kind, even more glamorous in African wears.
Becca looking amazing in her African wears that are eyes catching.
7. Vivian Jill Lawrence
The 36 year old is a Ghanaian actress. She claimed to have been born in Nigeria.
Kalybos is the character name of Richard Kweku Asante, a filmmaker and an entrepreneur. He made his acting debut in the comedy video series Boys Kasa in 2012. Richard Asante popularly known as Kalybos, is a Ghanaian actor and comedian who came to light through his role in the Boys Kasa comic series.
2. James Gardiner
James Gardiner is a Ghanaian actor and TV presenter. He was born in Accra, Ghana on May 16, 1965, to Ghanaian parents whose names are unknown. After his unique performance in this movie, he was given several lead roles to play in both Ghanaian and Nigerian movie
3. Prince David Osei
Prince David Osei is a Ghanaian actor, model, producer, director and a television personality. He was born on 6th December 1983 in Accra, Ghana. He is currently 36 years old. After completing his primary and secondary school education, Prince David Osei proceeded to University of Ghana where he graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in English, Sociology and Theatre Arts. After graduating from the university, Prince David Osei got employed in a reputable bank in Ghana.
4. Bismark the joke
Bismark Nii Odoi popularly called Bismark The Joke was born to a former Hearts of Oak player Joe Odoi as the only child between his father and mother. He is a Ghanaian comic actor and Mc who attended St Francis Secondary Technical in Akim Oda where he started participating in dramas. The funny actor made his debut in 2011 with a movie titled For Better For Worse.
5. Majid Michel
Majid Michel is a Ghanaian actor, producer, television personality, model, pastor and a philanthropist. He was born on 22nd September 1980 in Accra, Ghana to a Lebanese father and a Ghanaian mother. He is currently 39 years old. He grew up in Accra with his nine siblings. Majid Michel attended St. Theresa’s Primary and Secondary School in Accra, Ghana. While in secondary school, he was actively involved in theater club and was an active member of the school Drama Club. As a member of the drama club, he received a Best Actor Award in one of their performances in Cape Coast, Ghana.
Livingstone Etse Satekla, better known by his stage name Stonebwoy, is a Ghanaian Afropop, dance hall and reggae singer. He is the CEO of Burniton Music Group. He won the Best International Act: Africa category at the 2015 BET Awards and Artist of the Year at the 2015 Ghana Music Awards. He is also a recipient of two Billboard plaques. He has been described as the king of reggae and dance hall artists in Africa. Stonebwoy is also an actor, having appeared in the movies Happy Death Day and My name is Ramadan. He is a global ambassador for sanitation.
7. John Dumelo
John Dumelo is a Ghanaian actor, producer and a model. He is the last boy in a family of three children. He was born on 3rd February 1984 in Accra, Ghana. He is currently 36 years old. After completing his primary and secondary school education, John Dumelo proceeded to Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology and graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering.
8. Akwasi Boadi
Akwasi Boadi, known as Akrobeto, is a Ghanaian actor, comedian and TV presenter. He has been featured in over 100 Kumawood movies.
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