Famous people in Ghana appear their excellence particularly with the female big names and how they make the most of their life. Different famous people are exceptionally modest and centered throughout everyday life, a few VIPs have come to display their tattoo they got on their body.
Andrea Owusu most popular as Efia Odo comes from Juabeng in the Ashanti Region of Ghana. Efia Odo was a U.S based nurse who moved to Ghana. She was brought into the world on eighteenth July,1993.
She is an entertainer and won best entertainer in 2018 and a TV Presenter too.
Maame Yaa Konadu Jackson is a Ghanaian kumawood entertainer and artist who started acting when she was a youngster. She was brought into the world on October 18, 2000. She went to Salem Educational complex at the Junior High School level and continued to Presbyterian Girls Senior High School in Kumasi where she offered General Arts.
Having a close look at the tattoo which was drawn on her left thigh, one could see the design that appeared to be a footprint and also her left chest.
Fella Precious Makafui is a Ghanaian entertainer and donor. She is known for the most part for her job in YOLO. She is hitched to the artist and rapper Medikal. She was brought into the world on August 20, 1995, around there and went to Kpando Senior High school and continued to University of Ghana.
The tattoo, which she did on her left hands, is a picture of a half confronted lioness with a bolt. She got the tattoo to coordinate with that of her significant other who additionally has a tattoo of a half confronted lion with a bolt.
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