Maame Serwaa who is well known as Clara Benson was born on the 19th of August 2000. This young actress begun her acting when she was just six years of age. According to research, Maame Serwaa attended her Secondary High School at Nyarko Girl`s Senior High School. Because of her handworks she was giving a scholarship to study at the University of Knutsford. BBC featured Maame Serwaa in their document on the thriving Ghanaian movie industry.
Three times Maame Serwaa amazed her follower’s
1. When she was able to complete SHS and gained scholarship to University:
Most people thought she can’t complete her secondary school education. We all know Serwaa started her acting at a very young age. She became rich and gained her popularity in that age. As she was able to complete school, she amazed her followers because they knew she had all the needed funds.
2. Her image she posted on her 20th birthday:
On her 20th birthday, she uploaded an image of her that made her fans surprised. In the image, it was noticed that Serwaa has changed and fully grown. Take a look at the image she uploaded that got her fans surprised below.
3. When she started acting:
Because she was very young, she quickly won the heart of most Ghanaian’s. At the age of 6, she was able to act just like a grown person. This is one of the things that made her became popular in Ghana.
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