There has never been a female president of Ghana or any of the neighboring African nations, without a doubt. Women are often stereotyped as poor in society, but some have shown that they can compete with men head to head. Madam Akua Donkor is a good example.
These female personalities are likely to rise to the highest positions in Ghanaian politics.
Nana Aba Anamoah
Nana Aba is without a doubt one of Ghana's most prominent female celebrities. With her generosity to the less fortunate in society, the television personality has captured the hearts of many Ghanaians.
Given her involvement in political issues in the nation, the actress may be a future female presidential candidate. When given the opportunity to serve as president, the celebrity could do a lot for women's empowerment.
Nana Ama McBrown is a grandmother.
It would not come as a surprise to Ghanaians if Nana Ama Mcbrown were to become the country's first female president one day. With her versatility, the Kumawood actress has captured the hearts and souls of many.
These three future presidential candidates are not only skilled in what they do, but they are also well-educated and will perform admirably in office if given the opportunity.
Why don't we try the females and see what they can do for mother Ghana now that we've tried the males?
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