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Reminder. Royal Celebrity Queens who Are Really Enstooled

In Ghana, it is simpler for a compelling character to be enstooled as a lord or a sovereign regardless of whether the individual is from an imperial genealogy or hitched to eminence. Some female famous people have been lucky enough to have these illustrious titles joined to their names. They are generally entrusted to advance improvement in the towns where they are enstooled as sovereigns. We should view top 5 Ghanaian female VIPs who have been enstooled as sovereigns in certain towns and towns in Ghana. 

1. eShun 

Wonderful Ghanaian tune bird eShun was additionally enstooled as the 'Young Queen Mother' same day as Wendy Shay in the Gomoa Afransi people group in Central district of Ghana. 

2. Wendy Shay 

Rufftown records marked vocalist landed from Germany and was made sovereign in under a year in a town in Ghana. 

Wendy Shay was enstooled as Ahenemba Hemaa of Gomoa Afransi in December 2019 in spite of the fact that she doesn't hail from the town. She was made sovereign due to the formative works she attempted in the town. 

3. Oheneyere Gifty Anti 

Regarded Ghanaian telecaster was enstooled as sovereign mother of Adumasa in the Eastern Region after she got married in January 2018 with Oyikekyire Nana Ansah Kwao IV. 

4. Mercy Asiedu 

As a matter of course, grant winning entertainer and maker Mercy Asiedu turned into a sovereign after she wedded Chief of Kunsu in the Ahafo Ano South District in the Ashanti Region, Nana Agyemang Badu. 

5. Ciara Antwi also known as Bofowaa 

The spouse of acclaimed TV preacher, Rev. Obofour was enstooled as Queen Mother of Tepa, a local area in the Ashanti Region of Ghana in October 2020 alongside her significant other. 

Bofowaa was given the title Abuafuohemaa (Development Queen Mother) and entrusted with building up the local area to worldwide norm.

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