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Ghanaian Actresses Juliet Ibrahim, Emelia Brobbey & Kafui Danku Honoured at Stylish Event

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It was an evening of sheer glitz and glamor at the swanky PLOT 7 Lounge on Thursday night as three of the most celebrated female showbiz personalities in Ghana, Juliet Ibrahim, Emelia Brobbey and Kafui Danku were honored by Jack Daniels and The Lifestyle360 Group.

The three A-list actresses cum producers and philanthropists were presented with award plaques and a special Limited edition bottle from the brand made especially for each of them.  The awards were in recognition of their remarkably successful careers, contributions to the growth of the entertainment industry in Ghana as well as their various philanthropic endeavors.

Speaking at the event, Nana Kwame Addai – Executive Director –  The Lifestyle 360 Group, originators of the awards scheme; stated that, the awards is the first of many initiatives aimed at supporting women in the entertainment industry to continue to grow as well as market Ghana to the world through their endeavors.

Brands Manager for Jack Daniels – West Africa, Richard Bouclous, also intimated that the brand is looking forward to working with the honorees and other women in the industry to support their projects and help the entertainment industry grow.

In accepting their awards, both Juliet Ibrahim and Emelia Brobbey expressed their gratitude for the honor, thanking their fans for the continued support and pledged to strive to improve themselves and always give their very best to the market Ghana and the continent to the world.

See photos from the event below.

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7 Comments

  1. Em Kelevra

    April 5, 2016 at 9:12 am

    they all look stylish. i can peep a black pointed mouth stilettos. please where can i get one so authentic?

  2. keke driver

    April 5, 2016 at 9:49 am

    Jesus!! Iffa talk now they’ll say i’m body shaming

  3. Ama (Ghana)

    April 5, 2016 at 2:44 pm

    Juliet Ibrahim isn’t really Ghanaian(she’s not related to any of the tribes). Her mother is actually Liberian and her father is Lebanese. Same thing with Van Vicker who is actually Liberian but moved to Ghana to pursue acting, Eddie Watson(a Liberian also), Princess Shyngles(Gambian), and a lot of the others in the Ghanaian movie industry.

  4. Ewa

    April 5, 2016 at 3:34 pm

    Juliet, Please change this hairstyle. Makes you look old.

  5. lady

    April 5, 2016 at 4:02 pm

    @Ama they migrated and what if they applied for ghanaian citizenship? is that a crime? They become ghanaians when they get their citizenship. I’m sure they have it already so whether or not they have ghanaian blood, they are ghanaians. Go get a chill pill! I migrated to Canada and applied for citizenship and now im a canadian. A canadian of a ghanaian descent. Let them be please!

    • Ama (Ghana)

      April 5, 2016 at 7:38 pm

      And Ghanaians are giving attention to foreigners rather than pushing forth their own people. No wonder Ghana is still where it is today.

  6. tres fab

    April 5, 2016 at 6:33 pm

    Err I don’t think she meant it in a bad way
    Chill

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