Are These the 20 Most Beautiful Ghanaian Women?

Beauty, they say, is in the eyes of the beholder, but there are some exceptionally beautiful women that people would unilaterally agree are indeed elegant. African women are known to be curvaceous which is part of their appeal. Ghana is one of the African countries known for having several beautiful women who are equally shining stars in the world. The most beautiful Ghanaian women are said to come from the Central Region but we all know that beauty can still be found in ashes.

Ghanaian women are known for their black beautiful skin and curvaceous backside. But this isn’t the only thing that makes a woman beautiful as beauty is supposed to be all-encompassing. So, beauty should include the physical appearance, their behavior, especially how they relate with people and how hard they are working on their purpose. The ladies on this list of the most beautiful Ghanaian women are not only beautiful, but they are also brilliant and successful in their chosen fields. In no particular order, let’s explore details about 20 of the most beautiful Ghanaian women.

1. Nadia Buari

  • Age: 37
  • Industry: Movie (Ghana, Nigeria)
  • Career Hats: Model, Actress, Entrepreneur
  • Best Known For: Her Role as “Beyonce ” in Beyonce, The President’s Daughter, and Beyonce & Rihanna

One can hardly discuss the Ghanaian movie industry and the most beautiful Ghanaian women without mentioning Nadia Buari who has dedicated the greater part of her career to acting. Buari is an award-winning Ghanaian actress who has been able to stay beautiful and relevant many years after she began her acting career.

Nadia was born to a Ghanaian mother and Lebanese father which explains her looks. She studied performing arts at the University of Ghana and was active in drama and dance clubs throughout her stay at the University. Her acting career began in 2005 with a role in the TV series ‘Games People Play’ and there has been no looking back for her.

She has been nominated for Best Actress in a Leading Role at the Africa Movie Academy Awards twice and won the Pan African Actress award at the yearly Nigerian Entertainment Awards (NEA Awards) which holds in New York City. Nadia also got a Special Recognition Award at the 2014 Africa Magic Viewers Choice Awards.

Despite her blemish-free skin and long wavy hair, Nadia hardly portrays herself as a fashion icon, and this is obvious from her general appearance. She is a mother of 4 who prefers to dress comfortably and modestly in loose-fitting outfits. She has kept her style simple and classy over the years and with her, we can only conclude that less is more.

2. Jackie Appiah

  • Age: 37
  • Industry: Movie
  • Career Hats: Actress
  • Best Known For Movie, The Perfect Picture

One cannot discuss the most beautiful Ghanaian women without mentioning the ageless beauty by the name Jackie Appiah. The award-winning actress was born in Toronto, Canada, but returned to Ghana with her mother at age 10. She has featured in several movies both in Ghana and Nigeria, winning several awards, including 2 Africa Movie Academy Awards for leading actress and supporting actress. She has also won several Ghana Movies Awards amongst others.

Jackie is one of the few people who has been described as being beautiful inside out. She is known for her kindheartedness which has further endeared her to a lot of people. In terms of endorsements, Jackie Appiah has represented several brands since she became big in the movie industry. She has been the GSMF face for their advert on protection against HIV AIDS. She has also been the face of U.B in their TV commercials and currently the face of IPMC for billboards and commercials.

Jackie Appiah has been described as the ideal Ghanaian and African woman. She is dark-skinned with an arresting smile and a curvaceous body.

3. Juliet Ibrahim

  • Age: 35
  • Industry: Movie and Entertainment
  • Career Hats: Actress, Singer, Movie Producer, Humanitarian
  • Best Known For: Movie, 4 Play

The stunning Juliet Ibrahim is of Lebanese and Ghanaian descent. Juliet Ibrahim is popular, not only because of her talent which is undeniable but also her beauty which has gained her millions of fans all over the world. A-listers Magazine has referred to her as the “Most Beautiful West African Woman,” and it is difficult to fault this accolade. Besides being one of the most beautiful Ghanaian women, Juliet is a well-accomplished linguist with mastery of several languages, she speaks Spanish, French, and English quite fluently.

She went to the Ghana Institute of Journalism where she studied Advertising, Marketing, and Public Relations. All her education and experience have further elevated her career in all ramifications. Juliet has featured in various movies in different languages, including Twi movies, Hausa films, and Yoruba language films. Juliet Ibrahim has been called ‘half-caste’, a term she strongly objects to. She has shared that she is not seen as a black woman due to her skin tone in Africa but has been called a black woman outside Africa.

Despite the missed and misplaced identity by people, Juliet has no doubt about who she is, she has proclaimed herself black and proud. Juliet has been quite sincere with her fans about what it takes to keep her skin glowing and blemish-free. She has shared that beautiful skin doesn’t just happen without a commitment to some kind of skincare routine. She has shared how and what she uses to remain beautiful.

Once she wakes up, she cleanses her face with Clinique facial wash and Clinique toning lotion. She uses Clinique scrub every two weeks. On days she plans to go without make-up, she uses cookie skin day brightening serum and safari cosmetics moisturizer (these products are created by her friend). On the days she wears makeup, she uses HOC eye cream. She prefers not to use moisturizer because she sometimes sweats a lot. She then uses the Cookie skin dermal repair complexion day lotion SPF 30 which is made to work perfectly in a humid climate.

For her body, she uses Carols’ daughter products which she loves because it was made for the black woman who loves natural organic skincare. It works for every skin tone and smells delicious. During the day, she applies Carols’ daughter black vanilla body cream, Carols’ daughter sexy belly correction balm (which is great for mothers), and also the almond cookie body products. She has the same routine at night, but without body oil, because it makes her sweat. She uses body oil from Johnsons instead.

4. Joselyn Dumas

  • Age: 41
  • Industry: Movie
  • Career Hats: Actress, Broadcaster, Television and Event Host, Philanthropist
  • Best Known For: Movie, Adams Apples

Joselyn Dumas is an award-winning actress who left her job as a paralegal to take the entertainment industry by storm and she has been winning on every side. She has worked extensively as an event & television host before turning to act and then production. Joselyn co-produced the Miss Malaika Ghana show from 2008 to 2010 and is also the CEO and founder of Virgo Sun Company Limited.

The company has co-produced its first movie titled Love or Something Like That, which was endorsed by the UNAIDS. Joselyn believes in giving back to her society, especially the children. This is what led to her establishing The Joselyn Canfor-Dumas Foundation (JCDF). Her foundation helps to meet the needs of vulnerable children from all regions of Ghana. The JCD Foundation is currently undertaking a project with a focus on autism.

Joselyn is on the list of the most beautiful Ghanaian women and has been referred to as the epitome of beauty in Ghana and looking at her beauty, this isn’t much of a surprise. As regards staying beautiful, Joselyn believes in staying as natural as possible. She is also a self-care enthusiast which is evident in her day-to-day workout routine. She is a regular visitor to the gym which has, of course, helped her to stay fit and remain healthy. Dumas has shared that eating right alongside working out is part of her well-being and lifestyle.

From some of the videos she has shared online, she uses Skin Gourmet’s facial scrub and has also been seen trying out platelet-rich plasma facial treatment (vampire facial). On staying natural, Joselyn holds the belief that African women are the most beautiful on earth and do not need to be westernized to look beautiful. She is against bleaching and believes moderation is key in enhancing one’s beauty. She drinks lots of water as a part of her beauty regimen, doesn’t wear make-up when not on set to allow her skin to breathe, and only uses shea butter on her skin.

5. Yvonne Okoro

  • Age: 36
  • Industry: Movie
  • Career Hats: Actress, Entrepreneur
  • Best Known For: Movies: Pool Party and Single Six

The beautiful Yvonne was born to a Nigerian father and a Ghanaian mother. She calls herself an African. Even though she was the first child on her mother’s side, she was the fifth from her father, and being from a large family came with its own inherent lessons. After her secondary school education, she proceeded to the University of Ghana, Legon, where she studied for her Bachelor of Arts, in English and Linguistics. Yvonne also traveled to France where she studied Press Civilization, Drama, and Marketing at the Universite de Nantes in France.

According to several sources, the stunning actress is one of the highest-paid actresses in the industry. For her remarkable works, she has received several prestigious awards and nominations. Some of them include a Ghana Movie Awards for Best Actress in the year 2010, two Africa Movie Academy Awards for Best Actress in 2011 and 2012 for and also 4 Africa Magic Viewers’ Choice Awards.

Yvonne’s remarkable beauty and talent is one of her major attractions and is the main reason she is one of the most beautiful Ghanaian women. Interestingly, she isn’t about beauty alone. She is a smart businesswoman and owns a company- Desamour Company Limited and other transport businesses. She is a philanthropist who has given to several causes.

It would be a crime to discuss the most beautiful Ghanaian women without mentioning Yvonne Okoro. She has a gorgeous ebony complexion that glows. Moreover, she prefers to keep things natural and uses little or no makeup. Whenever she is spotted with makeup on, it usually highlights her amazing features rather than change them completely. Following a pregnancy rumor, after she was spotted during some weight gain, Yvonne has made it a point of duty to lose weight and remain healthy.

6. Yvonne Nelson

  • Age: 35
  • Industry: Movie
  • Career Hats: Model, Actress, Film Producer, and Entrepreneur
  • Best Known For: Movie, House of Gold

Yvonne Nelson is quite stunning and definitely one of the most beautiful Ghanaian women. The model-turned-actress is a former Miss Ghana contestant. She is one individual who can boast of being raised in Ghana as she got all her education from primary to secondary and even her Master’s degree was all in Ghana. She burst onto the movie scene with big-screen roles in Playboy and Princess Tyra and there has been no looking back for her.

Yvonne Nelson has delved into film production and it appears she has truly found her niche. The beautiful actress founded the Yvonne Nelson Glaucoma Foundation in the year 2010 with the aim of creating awareness about the disease. She has received both national and international recognition for the work she continues to put into her charity. Even though she had her daughter – Ryn Roberts in 2017, one can hardly tell that she is a mom from the way she snapped back quickly.

For someone who was once in a beauty pageant and rose to prominence after she won the best talent in the 2005 Miss Ghana, Yvonne Nelson isn’t new to the spotlight. She has been accused of bleaching her skin which she vehemently denied. She is known to share candid and makeup-free pictures with her followers on social media just to remind them that she isn’t perfect. Even her makeup-free pictures are stunning and her fans love her with her imperfections and all. Yvonne Nelson recently took a jab at people who wear waist trainers with the hope of getting a flat belly. According to her, it doesn’t work as only your mom, doctor or the gym can do that.

7. Soraya Mensah

  • Age: NA
  • Industry: Movie
  • Career Hats: Actress, Entrepreneur
  • Best Known For: Movie, Scorned

The beautiful Soraya is of Ghanaian and Lebanese descent. Her father has 15 children so it’s safe to say she is from a large family. Her first role in the 2009 movie Scorned is what projected her career into the limelight. The elegant Soraya isn’t only beautiful but has a head for business. She is the CEO of renowned Zesuza Farm and Catering Services and is doing really well for herself.

Her catering firm has grown in leaps and bounds since she started. They are known for delivering top-notch services and have serviced big organizations, including Stanbic Bank, Natural Day Spa & Beauty Parlour, and Ecobank Ghana. For her hard work, Zesuza received an award as the best catering service in Ghana during the Ghana Events Industry Conference Award (GEICA) in 2020. Soraya is a mom to a beautiful daughter and she’s definitely one of the most beautiful Ghanaian women.

8. Nana Ama McBrown

  • Age: 44
  • Industry: Movies and Entertainment
  • Career Hats: Actress, Music Writer, and Television Host
  • Best Known For: Movie, Asoreba

The list of beautiful Ghanaian women is incomplete without mentioning Nana who appears to be aging backward. Nana McBrown appears to get even more beautiful as she advances in age. She is stunning and multi-talented so what’s not to like about her. Asides from acting she has built a name for herself as a television host.

She is the host of the ‘United Showbiz’ Entertainment Talk Show on UTV and also hosts the McBrown Kitchen Show. For someone who had it rough as a child and even dropped out of school, Nana has shown that with hard work and dedication, nothing is impossible. She is a mom of one and remains a fashionista. She has shared that the secret behind her remaining beautiful is that she takes her exercises seriously and watches what she eats.

9. Martha Ankomah

  • Age: 35
  • Industry: Movie
  • Career Hats: Model, Actress, Director, Producer, Television Personality, and Entrepreneur
  • Best Known For: Movie, Somewhere in Africa

Martha Ankomah is a black beauty who got into acting through her cousin after which she joined the Harrisco Drama Group. She featured in the 2007 edition of The Next Movie Star where she finished third and there has been no looking back for her. Martha has featured in more than 100 movies and has received several accolades for her efforts. She was honored by the University of Education, Winneba for her contribution to Ghana’s entertainment industry in 2013.

The stunning actress has proved to be a smart businesswoman as she officially launched her ultra-modern beauty salon called “Martha’s Place” in 2013. Some of the services offered in the salon include bridal makeup, acrylic waxing, manicures and pedicures, facial treatments, barbering, and cosmetics.

Martha Ankomah has represented several brands over the years, she was made the face of Vita Milk’s Viora and also shot a commercial for the product in Thailand. She is also an ambassador for Globacom, Dusk Capital Limited, and Ghana Textiles Printers’ (GTP). Asides from her robust acting and modeling career, Martha is also a well-known philanthropist. She founded the charitable organization “The Martha Ankomah Foundation” which she uses to cater to the needs of the poor and less privileged in her society.

Martha Ankomah is a Christian not only in words but in action. One of the main things that can be said about her fashion sense is that she always shows up elegant and decent. She doesn’t conform to the norm of exposing her cleavage or other parts of her body. She is fond of wearing African prints and can never be spotted without her smile which is one of her best attributes and why she remains one of the most beautiful Ghanaian women. Martha uses her platform to share the gospel and encourage her fans.

10. Serwaa Amihere

  • Age: 31
  • Industry: Media
  • Career Hats: Journalist, Television host,
  • Best Known For: Host- Cheers on GH-one TV

Serwaa Amihere studied banking and finance at the Methodist University College, Ghana, so who would have thought she was going to become an award-winning broadcast journalist?

She is the host of several celebrated shows on GH-one TV including ‘Cheers’ which is a weekend sports show, producer of the award-winning current affairs/political show – State Of Affairs, and also reads the early morning news on the breakfast show in Ghana, GH Today. Serwaa has been referred to as the television and social media sweetheart, especially because of her unique and fashionable fashion sense. She definitely deserves to be on the list of the most beautiful Ghanaian women.

She has won several awards, including the Television Female Newscaster of the Year Award at the 2018 Radio and Television Personality Awards. She is also the first Ghanaian to win RTP Awards’ for Best TV Newscaster of the Year three times in a row. Serwaa is also a philanthropist. She has been part of many charity projects, supporting young women and children with a focus on marginalized people and people living with disabilities.

Serwaa Amihere has been described as open-minded and straightforward. She is also known for her beautiful face, curvy body, and a serious sense of style. As much as she receives lots of attention on social media, she has also not been spared from trolls and several hateful comments. She was even accused of wearing fake hips at one time due to one of her pictures that went viral. Serwaa continues to take it all in her stride and never dwells on the negativity.

11. Berla Mundi

  • Age: 33
  • Industry: Media
  • Career Hats: Broadcaster, Journalist
  • Best Known For: Miss Malaika, VGMA Host

Berla Mundi is an award-winning TV presenter who started her career in the media after she took part in the 2010 Miss Malaika Beauty Pageant where she came out as the second runner-up. It takes a level of confidence and of course beauty to contest in a beauty pageant and Berla has both in several doses which is why she is one of the most beautiful Ghanaian women.

Since she began her career in the media, Berla has hosted a number of shows: she is currently a co-host on the Morning Show on TV3 after she moved from GHONE. She also hosts the COVID-19 show and the Day show on the TV3 amongst others. Berla has hosted various reality shows and corporate events. She is also the host of Africa’s first syndicated show on DSTV, Moment with MO.

For her hard work over the years, she has received several recognitions. In 2017, Berla was recognized as the most influential Ghanaian by Avance Media. She also won The Most Stylish Media Personality at the Glitz Style Awards in the same year. Her recent wins include Most Influential Media Personality by Avance Media in 2020 and Ghana Woman of the Year by Young Star Award.

Berla Mundi has been commended for her natural beauty and she has shared various makeup-free pictures on her page to show that she really has no need for makeup. Even though her trainer is not known, Berla Mundi has a workout routine that she follows to keep herself in shape. She also dances, goes for runs and long walks.

12. MzGee

  • Age: Born 1st April
  • Industry: Media, Entertainment
  • Career Hats: Journalist and Broadcaster, Radio and TV Personality
  • Best Known For: Host- Campus show and Day Break Show on Hitz FM

Gloria Akpene Nyarku, popularly known as MzGee, is a broadcaster, journalist, and media personality. She is currently hosting shows like Showbiz and Mentor on 3FM under Media General and TV3. MzGee is one of the accomplished females in the industry. She was the first and only female member on the 3Music Awards Board in 2019 and among the Top 30 Most Influential Women in Music by the 3Music Awards Women’s Brunch in 2021.

She also claims to have covered many programs like the Ghana Music Awards and the African Movie Academy Awards. MzGee is known for sporting a low haircut with simple but classy outfits. She is really beautiful in a wholesome way and deserves a mention among the most beautiful Ghanaian women.

13. Lydia Forson

  • Age: 36
  • Industry: Movie
  • Career Hats: Actress, Producer, and Writer
  • Best Known For: Movie, The Perfect Picture, Keteke

This stunning Ghanaian actress was born in Ghana but lived in Kentucky for a part of her childhood before moving back home. She studied English Language and Information Studies at the University of Ghana. Even though Lydia hasn’t featured in a lot of movies, she has had lots of important and good roles which has propelled her career to huge heights.

She won the African Movie Academy Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role in 2010 for her role in the award-winning movie – The Perfect Picture. Lydia Forson is an activist and an entrepreneur. She has been on the cover of several fashion magazines and is never shy to own her truth and celebrate her wins. She once shared that she isn’t really disturbed by people’s opinion, especially when it comes to her body because the concept of perfection is a farce and everyone have their own insecurities to deal with.

Lydia is a big natural hair advocate and has taken to her social media page time after time to share tips on how to successfully grow natural hair.

14. Sandra Ankobia

  • Age: 38
  • Industry: Media, Fashion
  • Career Hats: Lawyer, Television host, Entrepreneur, and Philanthropist
  • Best Known For: Host of Fashion101

This beautiful lawyer who studied International and Commercial Law at the University of Buckingham has disrupted the media space with her curves. Sandra is one of the most beautiful Ghanaian women and a smart businesswoman. She is the founder of Emerald Paradise Enterprise – a TV production company. She is also a co-founder of SN Media Learning Tree – a company that provides practical media training.

Sandra is a philanthropist and continues to lend her voice to causes that are important to her. She is the coordinator for The Legal Advocacy Foundation, an organization with an aim to educate ordinary Ghanaians about their legal rights and obligations. For her activism, she was appointed by the Ministry of Youth and Sports as an ambassador for women’s football in Ghana in 2016 and has made lots of headway in increasing awareness and patronage of the women’s game. Women Rising named her one of the 100 Most Influential Ghanaian Women in 2016.

From what she shares on social media, Sandra exercises regularly to maintain her sexy figure. She has been described as one of the most beautiful faces and figures on TV. She was a runner-up in the Miss Ghana and Miss ECOWAS beauty pageants in 2002.

15. Salma Mumin

  • Age: 31
  • Industry: Movie
  • Career Hats: Actress, Producer
  • Best Known For: Movie, I Love Your Husband

Salma Mumin is an actress, model, and entrepreneur turned social media influencer who has gained lots of recognition in recent times due to her pristine fashion sense and glowing skin. In terms of her acting career, she has acted alongside established actors in the Ghanaian movie industry and made lots of contributions which has earned her several accolades, like the Best International New Actress at the 2014 Papyrus Magazine Screen Actors Awards, and in 2019, she won the Best Actress in a Leading Role award at the Ghana Movie Awards.

Her face can be seen on various billboards and TV commercials in Ghana, some of them include commercials for Jumbo, UniBank, and Electromart to mention a few. She is also the brand ambassador for Hollywood Nutrition – Slim Smart. Even though she has courted several controversies over the years, Salma Mumin is considered one of the most beautiful Ghanaian women. The tone of her skin has set several tongues wagging about what her skincare routine could possibly be. She has a spotless chocolatey tone to her skin that practically glows.

The beautiful actress has also revealed that she does a lot of workouts and exercise. Even though she was accused by the public about going under the knife to give her butt a better shape, she has vehemently denied this and claimed that active exercise has helped her shape her body and buttocks.

16. Hamamat Montia

  • Age: 33
  • Industry: Modeling, Showbiz
  • Career Hats: Model, Beauty Queen, Entrepreneur
  • Best Known For: Winner, Miss Malaika 2006

Hamamat Montia is not your average beauty queen and model. Despite her exotic looks, she has shown that she has that typical resilience of an African woman. Hamamat is from the Northern part of Ghana and started her career as a model before she won the Miss Malaika 2006 crown and then the model of Africa Universe crown in 2007. There has been no looking back for this black beauty. One of the things that stand out the most about Hamamat asides from her impressive height is her beautiful black skin tone.

Hamamat sells shea butter, soap, and other products handmade in Ghana so we all know how she has been able to maintain her beautiful skin. She is a mother of three beautiful children who has gone through a lot in terms of relationships. She has also had to deal with a lot of negativity from the media but has remained resilient. After her divorce left her miserable and penniless, Hamamat was forced to go back home with her children, where she began to put together pieces of her life.

One of those times when she was making shea butter with her people, she recorded a video and shared it online. The video quickly went viral and in no time, people started ordering shea butter from her. Hamamat then capitalized on that market and started her company-Hamamat African Beauty where she now sells a hundred percent natural, raw products that are handmade in Ghana. Some of her products include Safari Shea Butter, Golden Shea Butter, Coconut oil, African Black Soap, Tongo Body Scrub, and Shea Butter Soap.

She also founded the Hamamat African Village where one relaxes with everything natural. At the village, they take their clients through the journey of how the African ancestors who had a deep connection with the earth cared for their health, beauty, and skin by making use of ingredients they could find in their natural environment. She describes herself as an African village girl sharing her culture with the world.

17. Zynnell Zuh

  • Age: 31
  • Industry: Movie, Fashion
  • Career Hats: Actress, Television Personality, Philanthropist, Writer, Producer, and Fashion Icon
  • Best Known For: Movie, Tears of a Smile

When it comes to fashion, Zynnell Zuh is one Ghanaian actress who knows her onions and is never afraid to put her money where her mouth is. She once shared while randomly sharing pictures of herself on her birthday that she might be a beginner at some things, but when it comes to fashion and film, she has a black belt.

Zynnell Zuh is quite accomplished for someone of her age and is a well-celebrated actress, television personality, and writer. Since joining the Ghana movie industry in 2004 after she was discovered by Shirley Frimpong-Manso, she had featured in several well-received movies and even produced some of hers. The talented actress produced the movie When Love Comes Around which won an award at the Africa Magic Viewer’s Choice Awards, 2015. She is also the producer of Anniversary and Love Regardless.

Some of the recognitions she has received include; Spice Lifestyle Award, City People Entertainment Awards, Glitz Style Awards, and Golden Movie Awards to mention a few. The vivacious fashion icon has a way of keeping her fans on their toes with her edgy hairstyles she is known to spot different shades, lengths, and styles of gold hair.

18. Anita Akua Akuffo

  • Age: 28
  • Industry: Media, Entertainment
  • Career Hats: Journalist, Television Personality, Model
  • Best Known For: Co-host- TVshows; Date Rush and Ghana’s Most Beautiful on Tv3

Anita Akuffo has shown that she is more than just another pretty face. She studied Communication Studies at the Ghana Institute of Journalism and has gone ahead to become one of the most popular television personalities in Ghana. She has hosted and continues to host several shows on television, including Ghana’s Most Beautiful and Date Rush which she co-hosts on TV3. She used to host the Fashion GH show on Gh-one TV.

Anita was once a contestant on the Miss Malaika Beauty Pageant where she finished as a finalist. She was also the second runner-up at the Miss ECOWAS 2012 pageant. Anita is now a host of an event where she was once a contestant. She has hosted the prestigious Miss Malaika Ghana Beauty pageant for three years now, and also Golden Movie Awards, Bass Awards, Mr. Model Ghana, and Miss International Ghana. Anita’s sense of fashion seems to be innate as she slays effortlessly in all of her outfits from business, to casual and chic.

19. Nana Aba Anamoah

  • Age: 41
  • Industry: Media
  • Career Hats: Broadcaster, News Anchor, Media Personality
  • Best Known For: Host, State of Affairs on GH-one TV

Nana Aba Anamoah is an award-winning broadcaster and news anchor who has been referred to as the media sweetheart by many TV lovers. Nana has also been described as one of the hottest TV personalities to ever grace the Ghanaian screens. Since her days of little beginnings in the industry, Nana has grown to be a beautiful force to reckon with. She was the host of the Diva Show and other top shows on TV3 before moving to GH-one TV where she hosts the show State of Affairs.

She is also currently the General Manager of Starr 103.5 FM and GHOne TV. Nana is one of the few women who are quite passionate about football. She is a member of the Ghana Women’s Premier League committee and also a staunch supporter of the Accra Great Olympics and Manchester United. The beautiful broadcaster is a mother of one and has been a recipient of several awards over the years. She has been named TV Personality of the Year by RTP Awards twice – 2017 and 2019.

In 2018, Glitz Africa Awards named her the female TV Personality of the Year. Some of her other Awards include TV News Anchor of the Year in 2004, 2008, 2012, and 2017, RTP Development Show Host of the Year Awards in 2018, and Excellence in Media Honors at the Ghana Women of the Year Honors in the year 2019. Nana, like most celebrities, has shared pictures and videos of herself without makeup on her social media pages.

There is no doubt that she is one of the most beautiful Ghanaian women. She tries to be as natural as possible and open about her skincare routines. She also offers her fans tips on how to achieve and maintain flawless skin. She recently shared that she had some skin tags on her face which she had removed.

20. Benedicta Gafah

  • Age: 29
  • Industry: Movie
  • Career Hats: Actress, Producer
  • Best Known For: Movies, Azonto Ghost, Mirror Girl

Benedicta Gafah is definitely one of the most beautiful Ghanaian women in the country today. She is an actress turned movie producer who has done really well for herself in the movie industry. She is known to feature in both Ghallywood and Kumawood movies because she speaks her native tongue – Twi and English quite fluently. She has been described as a well-rounded actress.

Benedicta owns a foundation through which she helps the needy. In 2014, she gave alms to the widows of King Jesus Orphanage Home, and every December, she takes to the streets to share foodstuffs, clothes, etc. The beautiful actress has been able to build her career within a short time. She has won awards for her contributions to the industry some of them include KAM Awards Discovery of the Year in 2013, Kumawood Movie Awards Actress of the Year 2015, and also City People Entertainment Awards nomination for Most Promising Actress in the year 2015.

The curvaceous actress who has been nicknamed the Kim Kardashian of Ghana is not immune to criticism and has been heavily criticized, especially on social media for going under the knife to achieve her curvy body. Some have even mocked her about wearing a hip pad. The actress has never openly addressed any of the accusations but has been steadily shutting them down with her posts on social media. She constantly posts pictures and videos of herself working out in several tight-fitting gym attires to prove that she works out and works hard to achieve and maintain her body.

Highlight Of The Most Beautiful Ghanaian Women

  1. Nadia Buari
  2. Jackie Appiah
  3. Juliet Ibrahim
  4. Joselyn Dumas
  5. Yvonne Okoro
  6. Yvonne Nelson
  7. Soraya Mensah
  8. Nana Ama McBrown
  9. Martha Ankomah
  10. Serwaa Amihere
  11. Berla Mundi
  12. MzGee
  13. Lydia Forson
  14. Sandra Ankobia
  15. Salma Mumin
  16. Hamamat Montia
  17. Zynnell Zuh
  18. Anita Akua Akuffo
  19. Nana Aba Anamoah
  20. Benedicta Gafah
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