In Ghana, every professional environment has its own unique ways of categorizing its human resources.
The most fundamental thing associated with fashion and entertainment has to do with the intensity, deepness and level of beauty of women, coupled with how they dress, communicate and compose themselves in their routine activities, and on social media.
Just as we show all manner of serious in the work we do on daily basis, entertainment, as an integral part of human existence, cannot be excepted from the embodiment of Ghanaian professional arena.
Interestingly, beauty has so many unique variations, which I think would in the long-run add more value to our total world-view and perception about 'who a beautiful woman actually is'.
We mostly focus on what goes on outside the body and often times entirely ignore the deeper and inner beauty of the person.
The prestige and reputation attached to the legal profession, especially in Ghana remains unbroken, and I think with time, it will reign as the most, or preferably one of the most patronized professions around the globe, though the internal authorities have their own unique way of regulating its entry or number of membership.
Meanwhile, the profession's women continue to compete favourably with others in the Fashion, Arts and Entertainment arena.
I'm pretty sure you might have come across a lot of them, who consistently display their sense of bodily beauty in various outfits on both print and digital media.
Just as beauty can be absolute and relative, men in particular have their own ways of determining how pretty a particular woman is, in comparison to others.
However, specifically in this article, we are looking at the inner and outer beauty of some Ghanaian lawyers, whom per their natural endowments, coupled with certain unique traits, have risen to the list of top 5 most beautiful legal practitioners in Ghana at the moment.
The first personality on the list is Nana Adjoa Adobea Asante
She is a Commercial Litigation, Corporate Governance and Intellectual Property Lawyer.
Asante, Esq is also the Founding Director of Social Bridge (a Non-Governmental Organization that aims at empowering children and women living on the streets through livelihood empowerment projects and educational Initiatives) as well as the Acting Director of the National Folklore Board.
Nana Adjoa is additionally a member of Heritage Fund Committee, Ghana.
She is one of the poweful brains behind the establishment of Creative Arts Rights Court and drafting of Memorandum to Creative Arts Bill.
2. Sandra Ankobiah
Sandra is an international and commercial legal practitioner, an entrepreneur and a renowned philanthropist.
Due to her strong commitment to the promotion of the welfare of women in the country, the Ministry of Youth and Sports appointed her as an Ambassador for Women's Football in Ghana.
In that same year, she was named among the 100 Most Influential Women in the country.
Lawyer Sandra Ankobiah is the co-ordinator for The Legal Advocacy Foundation as well as the co-founder of SN Media Learning Tree in Accra, Ghana.
She is also the founder of Emerald Paradise Enterprise - a Television Production Company.
3. Akua B
She is an entrepreneur, a legal practitioner and an advocate for women and children.
Akua B, popularly known on social media, particularly Instagram, has gained a lot influence and grounds recently, due to the breathtaking photos she floods social media users and the public with.
She also has a deeper interest in food science, and identifies herself on social media as a food scientist.
4. Sarah Adwoa Safo
She is a renowned legal practitioner and politician. Adwoa Safo is currently the Member of Parliament for Dome Kwabenya Constituency as well as the Minisiter for Gender, Children and Social Protection under the leadership of H.E Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo.
She was previously as the First Legal Officer of the Public Procurement Authority for two years, and subsequently served as the Deputy Majority Leader of Ghana's Seventh Parliament when she actively involved herself in Ghanaian politics.
5. Adwoa A. Amoako Adjei
She is a Legal Practitioner/Attorney, Author, Fashion Enthusiast and Motivational Speaker.
After she obtained her Bachelor of Laws Degree from the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration, Ghana in 2017, she then proceeded to The Gambia School of Law to continue her studies, where she was called to The Gambian Bar in 2018.
She returned to Ghana in that same year, and furthered her legal education at the Ghana School of Law, Makola. After passing her Professional Law Exams, she was then called to the Ghana Bar in 2019.
She is currently the youngest lawyer in the country.
Prior to that, she worked at Attorney General's Chamber and Ministry of Justice, The Gambia, as an Intern (from June 3018 to July 2018).
Meanwhile, she previously did an internship with Yaw Barimah Company from 2013 to 2015.
Amoako, Esq currently works at Amoako Adjei Law Consult.
She is proudly an old student of Aburi Girls' Senior High School.
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