History Angelina Nana Akua Oduro - Viral 'Akwaaba' photo girl

Angelina Nana Akua Oduro – Viral ‘Akwaaba’ photo girl

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Akwaaba means Welcome in Ghana and Angelina Nana Akua Oduro ’s iconic Akwaaba photo taken in 1999 when she was a teenager has broken all records in the Ghanaian modeling industry.

Akwaaba means Welcome in Ghana and Angelina Nana Akua Oduro ’s iconic Akwaaba photo taken in 1999 when she was a teenager has broken all records in the Ghanaian modeling industry.

Nana Akua ‘s divine achievement is so legendary that even Ghanaian models yet unborn would struggle to match the record she has set.

The akwaaba picture is popularly recognized by Ghanaians across the World as a true representation of Ghana’s hospitality to foreigners.

Akwaaba means Welcome in Ghana and Angelina Nana Akua Oduro ’s iconic Akwaaba photo taken in 1999 when she was a teenager has broken all records in the Ghanaian modeling industry.

Arguably the most popular model in Ghana,

Angelina Nana Akua Oduro, became a household name over two decades ago featuring on several

collectibles like special calendars, bags, dresses, gift items, and many more.

The iconic image, widely recognised as a symbolism of Ghana’s hospitality (Akwaaba)

features Nana Akua adorn in regal Ghana Kente while holding a calabash with a flashing smile.

You can watch the video below on her interview:

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