Ghanaian celebrities will never in their life stop to entertain Ghanaians and lovers or fans of theirs. Most times, the circulating news is about musicians and actresses but this time it is about media personalities or journalists.
The Ghanaian entertainment sector is so exciting and fun to hear news from it, especially their celebrities. Two Ghanaian female media personalities have shown that they are truly proud of their Secondary High Schools.
Both Berlinda Addardey commonly known as Berla Mundi and Cynthia Tima Yeboah alos known in showbiz as Tima Kumkum took to their various social social media platforms to release their old Secondary High School pictures.
And one of the most interesting thing is that both celebrities shared these pictures on the same day and they simultaneously talked about those days, how they looked like and what they were doing.
Below are the respective pictures they posted on their Facebook platforms.
The above picture is a post that Tima Kumkum shared on her Facebook platform. Where she talked about her school and the program they attended.
And this above Pic was also shared by Berla Mundi on the same day. Berla Mundi is the girl that has pocketed and the shortest I the picture.
Based on these two posts from both personalities, who rocked it better during their high school days?
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