Efia Odo has been off social media for some time now. Her absence commenced after she returned from the police unnecessary arrest for protesting unlawfully with the #FixtheCountry team. She was found behind bars for some hours before another protest was staged on social media to liberate her.
Indeed, she needed that social media break to rest and revitalize. The mission to make Ghana Great like that of Europe and America will not be an easy one and so I am personally proud of her. Having said that, I, together with some other Ghanaians genuinely missed her absence.
Well, today she has visited the social media space again. This time around, she poses with an iPhone and her skin tone will just leave your jaw hanging for days. In fact, whatever she was doing during her silent days has made her even stronger and prettier.
Before she left, she lost some endorsement deals because the essence of her contract with that company was entirely tied up with her presence on social media. However, having appeared now, I guess the deal would resume operation and Ghana’s pretty bold damsel can have some cash to live on. Enjoy her recent images below:
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