As always it is advised that "whatever is worth doing, is worth doing well" and this reflects at every junction and turning point of our lives. Ghanaian socialite, actress and model Moesha Boduong, has had a life of trends, applause, and criticisms which has only contributed in making her stronger and more determined.
Boduong who is popularly known for showing off her curves and lifestyle on social media, but now she is a fully repentant Christian and has left a lot of things behind. The model has been widely criticized by fans since she made a U-turn and chose God over pleasing people with her display of wealth and body curves. Below are some of the things that Moesha accomplished while she was still living in her old ways as a socialite;
Her charity foundation has been able to reach out to so many Ghanaian school children by donating school bags, books and other stationaries needed for their academic life. She is one of the few celebrities who have been able to make such huge impacts in the life of school children, especially in her place of origin.
2. Fashion Revolution
Moesha was able to introduce a new type of fashion trend for women who needed to impress their partners. Her pictures on Instagram also revolved around modern Ankara styles and jewelries, which is quite different from what other models had to show.
3. Interview With CNN
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Moesha is one of the few Ghanaian models that have had the privilege of appearing on CNN, in an exclusive interview on matters concerning relationships and lifestyle for women.
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