Ghana has some of the most beautiful women in both Africa and around the world. For an Africa woman, certain physical attributes are often associated with beautiful women they are should be curvy, well- cultured, educated but mostly have a kind heart. This is no different from Ghanaian women because they if you have met them you can prove they have Very attractive body physic. Despite the western culture slowly encroaching in Africa Ghanaian women have maintained their traditional norms but with a touch of modernization which gives them an interesting impression.
Now let’s take a look at the most beautiful Ghanaian women in 2017-2018.
10. Nadia Buari
Nadia Buari is a Ghanaian actress. She was born in Sekondi-Takoradi, Ghana November 21, 1982. He studied at the University of Ghana where she graduated with a bachelor of fine arts degree. She participated in dance clubs and drama in school and as a daughter of a musician, producer and beautician Hajia Buari (her mother) she had to be the best. In 2005 she made her debut in a Tv series ‘Games People Play ‘which helped her acquire the nomination for best actress. In 2013 she was the ambassador of a leading pharmaceutical company Tablet India Limited. In 2007and 2008 she has been nominated for best Actress at the African Movie Academy.
9. Yvonne Nelson
Yvonne Nelson is a Ghanaian model, film producer, actress, entrepreneur and former Miss Ghana contestant. She was born in 1985 in Accra, Ghana. She studied human resource management at Central University College. Yvonne Nelson has starred in numerous movies including ‘House of Gold ‘and ‘Any Other Monday’. She performed a rap song in 2005 Ghana beauty pageant and won the Most talented award and Miss Photogenic. Yvonne owns several businesses such as YN’s Closet fashion hop, YN Hairline in Accra. She participates in protesting against the energy crisis in her country.
8. Jackie Appiah
Jackie Aygemang Appiah is a Ghanaian actress, born on 5th December 1983at Toronto, Canada. She has lived in Ghana from the age of 10 where she has developed her acting career from a humble beginning to a much-renowned actress. This gorgeous woman has won numerous nominations and awards including 2014 Africa Magic Viewer’s Choice Awards as Best Actress in Comedy and favorite actress. She is the face of the main advertising companies which has seen her face on Tv commercials and billboards and is currently the face of IPMC for ads and billboards. She is a kind hearted very attractive woman.
7. Yvonne Okoro
Yvonne Okoro is an actress of Nigerian and Ghanaian ancestry. She was nominated for best actress for two consecutive years on African Movie Academy Awards. In 2010 she received Ghana Movie Awards as Best Actress. She graduated from the Ghana University with a degree in Arts, combined with English. Her remarkable beauty and enticing performance has placed her among the top finest actresses in Ghana. She has featured in various Ghanaian and Nigerian movies and one in France. Yvonne is currently one of the highest paid actresses with great commercial value.
6. Juliet Ibrahim
Juliet Ibrahim is a Ghanaian film producer, singer, actress, and humanitarian of Lebanese in Liberian and Ghanaian descent. In 2010 she won the Best Actress in a Leading Role award in Ghana Movie Awards. She is popular for her role in 30 Days in Atlanta and 4 Play. According to A-listers Magazine, she is considered most Beautiful West African Woman. She has remarkable linguistic skills as she is fluent in studied English, Spanish, and French. Juliet’s acting debut was on a film ‘Crime to Christ’ in 2005. She was born on 1986 March 3rd in Accra, Ghana. Her skills have been exhibited in more than 50 movies she has performed.
5. Nana Ama McBrown
Felicity Ama Agyemang is her birth name. She is a Ghanaian music writer and actress. Her breakthrough was in the movie Asobera. The film is considered the pioneer of Twi-language movies in Ghana with credit going to Nana’s incredible performance. She was born in Kumasi Ghana in 1973. The central region of Ghana host to the Assin north district enthroned Nana as the ceremonial queen-mother of development in 2007.Despite a difficult childhood Nana has shaped herself into one of the most respected and cherished women in Ghana.
4. Ama K. Abebrese
Ama K. Abebrese is a television presenter, producer, and actress. Born in Ghana but raised in West London, United Kingdom. Ama has done it from presenting on BBC2, Viasat 1, to being ranked the most influential Tv and radio host in Ghana. She has also been ranked In 100 most influential in African Women Influencers and listed in the top 20 actresses by film contacts. She sharpened her skills at Youth Culture Television in London. She has heard the privilege of interviewing international celebrities such as Ne-Yo, Rihanna. She acquired a B.A in Media Arts and Drama at St Mary’s University.
3. Lydia Forson
Lydia Forson is a writer, producer and an award winning actress. She was born in Mankessim Ghana on 24 October 2016. She educated herself at the University of Ghana where she attained a degree in English language and informational studies. She is an award winner for best actress in the African movie academy award. She is well known for her role in Hotel St. James, Different Shades of Blue, and Run Baby Run. In Nigeria, she performs in the reality show ‘The Next Movie Star’. She won Best Screenplay in Ghana movie awards.
2. Soraya Mensah
Soraya Mensah is an artistic television presenter and actress and entrepreneur. She has Ghanaian and Lebanese ancestry. Soraya played a role in the movie ‘scorned’ which won a fashion and life achievements award. She is very brilliant and successful lady and has an adorable daughter.
1. Joselyn Dumas
Joselyn Dumas is a Ghanaian actress and television host. Her journey began as a paralegal after acquiring her administrative law degree but followed her acting dream making a debut in an appearance in the movie Perfect Picture. She is well respected in Ghana and is the currently the bearer of the Range Rover Evoque brand and Jobberman in Ghana. She co-produced Ghana’s beauty pageant Miss Malaika for two years from 2008. She is also the founder and Chief executive officer of Virgo Sun Company that has gained UNAIDS attention. She is a kind hearted woman willing to invest more in what she do to improve other people’s lives by educating them using her film industry. She has appeared in many movies such as A Sting in a Tale, Silver Rain and is the current host of @ Home with Joselyn Dumas which has an audience in Europe and all over Africa.
Ghana is the homeland of many beautiful ladies, but the listed women have raised their game significantly. The myth that women should be housekeepers in Africa has been put out in most African countries, but the Ghanaian women have changed that and are taking the spotlight in the top seats in business and celebrity and are using their compassion to better the world and empower young ladies and gentlemen around them.