Ghana’s teen actress, Clara Amoateng Benson, popularly known as Maame Serwaa has finally made it to the big screens of BBC.
The rising young actress appeared on a documentary show on BBC where she talked about her career, charity in Ghana and others subject matters.
Serwaa also spoke on the need for women, particularly in Africa, to be supported, and given opportunities which would make the world “believe in them more.”
According to Maame Serwaa, she did not have it easy while trying to make a mark for herself in the movie industry.
She also stated emphatically that she did not get roles because she slept with producers but rather showed her value and talent as an actress and allowing those attributes to speak for her rather than the roles.
Maame Serwaa said her positivity allowed her to look over all the negative stories around her.
The documentary was shot in Ghana after a crew from BBC UK paid a visit to the actress in Ghana.
Maame Serwaa was in the news recently after she was interviewed by Delay on her Delay Show. The actress talked about her mother's death, relationship with Bill Asamoah and several rumours about her.
In the video below, the deputy education minister, Mrs Barbara Ayisi, speaks on how President Akufo-Addo inspires her, and how the president's success story must also inspire the youth of Ghana to greater heights.
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