Kumawood is one of the biggest movie industry in Africa which is located in Ghana. The industry has been lucrative for the past decade. There are a lot of great talents who worked hard for the climaxing of the Kumawood Movie Industry. Yaa Jackson and Maame Serwaa are not exceptions when it comes to actresses who raised Kumawood to its climax. Yaa Jackson and Maame Serwaa are two actresses who started their acting career at a very tender age before 7 years. They have really matured now and you need to see how they look now.
Yaa Jackson is a Ghanaian actress and a musician. She started acting at the age of 2. Her father, Jackson K Bentum who is a filmmaker and director introduced her into the movie industry. She is a very talented actresses who did a great job in the industry. Yaa Jackson is not acting anymore but she has pursued a music career now. She gained her popularity in the music industry with her song 'Tear Rubber'. Yaa Jackson looks gorgeous and juicy now when you compare her old pictures to that of today.
Maame Serwaa is a Ghanaian actress who started acting at a tender age of 6. She usually played the role of witches in her movies. In fact, Maame Serwaa is a talented actress. Maame Serwaa was born in Kumasi and she attended her secondary School education at Serwaa Nyarko Senior High School. She is currently a student at Knutsford University College located at East Legon. Maame Serwaa is very rich now. She owns a mansion at East Legon. Checkout her photos;
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