When it comes to age, women seem to be a bit conservative and as much as possible try to hide their true age for fear of being described as looking older.
But for one Ghanaian actress, Nana Ama McBrown, the contrary seems to be happening.
On August 15 this year, the actress celebrated her 43rd birthday and most of her fans are yet to accept that fact because the super star looks way younger than her actual age.
There could be only two reasons; it’s either Nana Ama’s date of birth got mixed up at the hospital she was born at or the actress is doing something right to keep her fountain of youth overflowing.
Here are 9 photos that prove beyond doubt that Nana Ama McBrown is not 43-years-old but rather, 23-years-old.
1. If you didn’t now this beauty, how old would you say she was?
2. Can yo feel her youthfulness oozing out? Let’s all bow down and pray for Nana Ama’s genes
3. This is definitely not how 43-year-olds go about slaying in photos
4. Looking so fierce as usual
5. Nothing about this couple suggests Nana Ama is older than Maxwell and it’s giving us total relationship goals
6. An afro they say makes an African women look much younger than they are but Nana Ama really did not need this afro
7. This is the way 23-year-olds rock fringes… how was she able to pull this off so effortlessly?
8. If you did not know these two pretty ladies, who would you say was older?
9. We want you to confess Nana Ama, you are not 43
So do you now believe that Nana Ama is 23 and not 43.
We cannot get enough of these new photos of Jackie Appiah
Star actress, Jackie Appiah, is glowing in new photos shared on her Instagram page.
Famed for her beauty and style, the pictures show Jackie looking very happy and fulfilled.
She captioned this one: “Don’t watch the clock; do what it does.Keep going.”
Her latest movie, Happily Never After, premiered in Accra last week.
She played a blind girl in what the movie’s director, Kobi Rana, described as a “passionate” performance.
Sandra Ankobiah is Ghana’s very own queen diva when it comes to fashion and style. The talented media personality and lawyer has slayed from red carpets to casual wears to the classy work outfits and we must say, we are totally losing our sh*t over it.
We first came across Sandra Ankobiah when she started her show Fashion 101, which was dedicated to analyzing celebrity outfits and signing off on who wore what, when and whether they nailed it or failed. The show was a success until Sandra had to move on to bigger and better things, including her fast rising law career.
On Instagram today, Sandra rocked this outfit at a photo-shoot with the white full skirt and short tube top, nude shoes, and the short bob hairstyle that is taking the entire look to a new level.
And of course she is definitely nailing this look and we love it! I mean, how could you not? She’s stunning from head to toe.
9 Ghanaians who failed at exams but won at life
Education has often been described as the key to success, but time and time again, people have proven that education is not the only pathway to success.
In the US, people like Bill Gate and Mark Zuckerberg dropped out of the university, but still managed to build the some of the world’s most valuable companies.
In Ghana, there are several successful people who either did not have the opportunity to pursue education or simply did not excel at it.
Here are nine Ghanaians who failed at school, but still won at life.
She failed the West African Senior School certificate Exam (WASSCE) when she first wrote it. she followed up with the November/December private WASSCE exams and failed as well. She wrote the exam the following year and passed, enabling her to attend the Central University College. Today, she is one of the richest and most powerful actresses in Africa.
Kwadwo Nkansah (Lil Win )
He has a weak educational background and cannot express himself in English. But he has established himself as one of the most popular Twi language actors in Africa.
Like Lil Win, Agya Koo has a weak educational background. He can hardly speak English, yet he is one of the richest and most popular Twi language actors in Ghana.
Osei Kwame “Despite”
He doesn’t have a university degree. He started life as a petty trader, dealing in music cassettes, padlocks, feeding bottles and other merchandise at Dunkwa-Offinso. He later became a chainsaw operator. Today, Despite is one of the richest individuals in Ghana. He owns the Despite Group of Companies, which includes media organisations such as Peace FM, UTV, Okay FM, Hello FM. He ha also received honorary doctorate degrees from several prestigious universities in the country.
Apostle Kwadwo Safo Kantnka
The founder of the Kristo Asafo church, Great KOSA network of companies has a weak or non-existent educational background, but he is one of the richest and most successful people in Ghana. He is believed to be the brain behind the newly launched Kantanka cars.
Nana Aba Anamoah
She did not have a university degree before going on to become one of the most recognisable faces on television in Ghana. She only did some short courses in journalism and allowed her talent and tenacity to do the rest for her. Today, however, she has a degree in banking and finance from GIMPA.
Her dreaming of becoming a newscaster could not be realised because, according to her, financial challenges prevented her from attending the Ghana Institute of Journalism. Today, however, she is a successful musician and businesswoman.
The leader of the All People’s Party (APC) did not allow his weak educational background to put him down. He travelled to Germany in search of greener pastures at an early age. He reportedly made his first $1 million at the age of 24. He is one of the most successful business people in Ghana.
The Ghana Freedom Party (GFP) leader has been ridiculed as a joker, but she is actually a very rich and successful farmer and businesswoman. She cannot read and write, but she has many people working for her. She also has strong political connections.