Today being the 8th of March 2021 is International women’s day and as such should be celebrated in honor of every woman.
Here are ten women who deserve to be celebrated on this glorious day. They contribute in every sector and as such should be honored.
The first of such women is our very own first lady, Rebecca Akufo Addo. She is the wife of His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo and has supported him in times of crisis. She is also the founder of the Rebecca foundation which helps women empower themselves in any way possible.
2. Former first lady, Lordina Mahama.
She is the wife of former president of the republic of Ghana, John Dramani Mahama. She has also done her best in supporting her husband during his tenure in office and in crisis and should be celebrated for her patience.
3. Georgina Theodora wood
Georgina Theodora Wood is a Ghanaian Judge and a former police prosecution officer. She is the first woman to occupy the position of Chief Justice. She retired after 50 years of service to the nation. This woman is a legend and should be celebrated as such.
4. Nana Aba Anamoah
Not to forget the media sector, we have our very own Nana Aba Anamoah. She is an award winning personality, news anchor and broadcaster. She worked at TV3 and hosted some of the top shows until her resignation where she moved to GhOne tv to become an editor and news anchor. She is currently the CEO of EIB network which includes GhOne Tv.
5. Anita Akua Akuffo
She started her career as a broadcast journalist at GhOne tv and moved on to compete in the Miss ECOWAS Ghana 2012 where she became the 2nd runner up. She didn’t stop there. She furthered her pageantry to Miss Malaika Ghana 2014 where she was part of the top ten finalists and finally settled as broadcast journalist at TV3 where she hosts top programs like the ladies circle, Ghana’s most beautiful and co-host of Date Rush.
6. Patricia Poku-Diaby
Patricia Poku-Diaby is a Ghanaian businesswoman, cocoa merchant and the CEO of Plot Enterprise Ghana Limited. In 2015 she was named the eight richest person in Ghana and the richest woman in Ghana, with a net worth of $720 million.
7. Nana Ama McBrown
Nana Ama McBrown is an actress, a TV presenter and a music writer. She is the host of United Showbiz and McBrown’s kitchen which all take place on United Television(UTV).
8. Emelia Brobbey
Emelia Brobbey is Ghanaian actress, television presenter and musician. She won the Best Indigenous Actress of the Year and was nominated for Best Supporting Actress of the Year at the City People Entertainment Awards in 2016. She won Best Gallywood Actress and Best Philanthropist at the 3G Awards in New York in 2018.
9. Eno Barony
The female entertainers are not left out when it comes to contributing to the nation. Ruth Eno Adjoa Amankwah Nyame Adom, known professionally by her stage name Eno Barony, is a Ghanaian rapper and songwriter. She has shown her prowess in the entertainment industry as a rapper and has outrun a lot of people including some of the male artistes.
10. Adina Thembi
Adina Thembi Ndamse (born October 3) better known by her stage name Adina is a Ghanaian-South African singer, songwriter, actress and sometimes a model. She was the winner of music reality show Stars of the Future in 2008. She came to the lamplight after she released her single titled “Too late”. She currently underwent surgery to take out fibroid and should be celebrated for being a strong woman who impacts on society through her music.