AB Crentsil – Alfred Benjamin Crentsil Jr

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Alfred Benjamin Crentsil Jr was born in Prestea, Gold Coast (present-day Ghana), to the late Alfred Benjamin Crentsil Sr and Esi Yaaba in 1943. He was always known as AB junior until his father died

Abraham Attah – Abraham Nti Attah

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Abraham Nii Attah (born 2 July 2001) is a Ghanaian actor, living in the U.S. for his career and education. He hails from the Ga–Dangme ethnic group in the Greater Accra Region of Ghana. He made

Adwoa Smart – Belinda Naa Ode Oku

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Belinda Naa Ode Oku is a Ghanaian actress popularly known as Adwoa Smart. EARLY LIFE Adwoa Smart was born to Mr and Mrs. Oku at Abossey Okai in Accra. She was not able to complete basic

Afro Moses – Moses O’Jah

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Afro Moses, also known as Moses O’Jah, is a multi-talented Ghanaian-Australian singer/songwriter who is widely acknowledged as one of Ghana’s most internationally renowned artists. Because of his enthusiastic and somewhat quirky performances, he is frequently

Akorfa Edjeani Akosua

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Akofa Edjeani (born 20 February 1969) is a Ghanaian veteran film actress, producer and entrepreneur. Her short film, Not My Daughter (a film about female genital mutilation), won Best Short Film award at the African

Akosua Agyapong

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Agyapong began singing at an early age and was discovered by highlife artiste Nana Ampadu in the 1990s. She is regarded as a highlife legend. In 1992 she formed the Highlife Supergroup NAKOREX together with fellow Highlife

Akuapem Poloo – Rosemond Brown Alade

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Rosemond Alade Brown has her stage name as Akuapem Poloo. She is a popularly known award -winning Ghanaian actress, model, social media personality, video vixen and brand ambassador. She was born on June 1, year

Ama K. Abebrese

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Ama Konadu Abebrese (born May 3, 1980) is a British-Ghanaian actress, television presenter and a producer. She was born in Ghana and raised in West London in the United Kingdom. She won the 2011 Best Actress

Amakye Dede

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Some of his popular songs include "Handkerchief", "Seniwa", "Brebrebe yi", "Mensuro", "Mabre", "Broken Promises", "Nsuo Amuna", "Sokoo na mmaa pe", "Kose kose", "Dabi dabi", "Mefre wo", "Okyena sesei", "Odo nfonii", "Nka akyi", "M'ani agyina", "To

Amandzeba – Nat Brew

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Following the success of Wogbejeke, Nat Brew adopted the name Amandzeba, meaning "Tradition Child" or "Custom Child", to reflect his African roots. Amandzeba has also been active in politics, singing a duet with President John