Ashanti Ladies Say They Are Super Beautiful Than Ewe And Fante Ladies
It appears some Ashanti ladies are not happy about the ongoing discussion that Ewe and Fante ladies are the most beautiful ladies in Ghana.
In a quick rebuttal to the study conducted by Fnnewsroom.com, a group of Ashanti women has angrily told that media outfit that they are rather the most beautiful ladies among the ethnic groups in Ghana.
According to the group, the Ashanti, also known as Asante, an ethnic group native to the Ashanti Region is the biggest group in Ghana in relation to population and logically has the most beautiful ladies.
The group further argued that Ashanti women are most hardworking as compared to the others as this keeps to reflect in their standard of living.
They added that Ashanti ladies are also very successful in marriages because of the high respect they have for their husbands.
“We have observed an ongoing discussion on major media outfits which say some tribes have the most beautiful women in Ghana. See, we Ashantis are the best in everything.”
“Currently, we are the biggest ethnic group with the highest population and logically, we have relative beautiful ladies than all the others.”
“We are successful in marriage, businesses and anything you can think off.”
They warned that they won’t trade this bragging right for anything.
Get To Know The 19 Year Old Angela Zutah, Movie Producer Making Waves
Ghanaian born Angela Zutah is quickly becoming one of Ghana’s most sought after actress and producer.
The 19-year-old level 200 Communications student at Central University has warmed into the
hearts and minds of Ghanaians, notably for her performances on the UTV inspired Television
series produced by KOFAS Media, Pa2pa season 3.
Her journey started as early as a student in class four, wrote stories and made appearances in stage plays and performances in school and church. The eldest of four kids, she credits her natural leadership role for her work ethics and motivation to succeed as her siblings look up to her as a role model. Growing up was memorable as she experienced lots of craft and creativity from home, school and the church.
The passion for the craft was so intense that she felt jealous when she saw behind the scenes of movies on television, a feeling that fueled her desires and drove her into the movie industry where she has since evolved from being just an actress into a movie producer as well.
The movie actress and producer has evolved greatly and has never looked back. Her big break came when she was a cast member in Pa2pa season 3 by the acclaimed Ghanaian
Filmmaker Kofi Asamoah of KOFAS Media fame.
Just as there are challenges in every profession, having support from friends and industry players are one of the few challenges beyond Angela Zutah. The support from her parents keeps her going as both parents have been supportive of her chosen profession.
She acknowledges comments and positive feedback from fans fuels her passion and commitment
. Her passion and commitment is unquestionable as it was evident when she was a cast in her first big break when she was sick but made herself available to be a cast in the movie.
On being the youngest producer in Ghana, she reiterates that even though the tag of being the first youngest movie producer feels welcoming and refreshing, it doesn’t make her complacent but rather pushes her to work hard. She acknowledges that there are a lot of equally talented young people like her but financial
commitments keep their dreams in their heart.
She uses herself as a perfect example as she sites that raising funds for her production was a big challenge and she was blessed to have the support and financial commitment of her parents who needed a lot of convincing.
In her words, “When I wanted to produce my movie I got discouraged for being too young and not ready for this. But I like doing what people think I cant do” – Angela Zutah
On how she balances school withthe movie, Angela speaks on how difficult it gets in juggling both. “School and my profession has been tough and sometimes, honestly I have considered the idea of quitting school to do movie fulltime but two more years won’t hurt, and my profession doesn’t affect my academic work. If its school, I put in my all, same as work”. – Angela Zutah
Speaking on her expectation for her campus tour on her recent project One Percent Out Of
Hundred, Angela says she says it’s not really a matter of how many numbers she gets at the
campus auditoriums but rather the message the movie communicates to the youth.
The movie, One Percent Out Of Hundred is a youth inspired movie that talks about trust issues and some of the challenges the youth go through. She kicks of her Campus tour on Friday 15th March 2019 at the University Of Professional Studies (UPSA).
This milestone in her career will also serve as a blueprint and inspiration to millions of young
Ghanaian’s to secure their dreams irrespective of age or financial constraints.
Follow her on all social media platforms and watch the trailer for One Percent Out Of Hundred
below and on YouTube. @angela_Zutah on Instagram.
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