- Some Ghanaian have reacted after photos of dancehall musician, Kaaki, surfaced online
- The popular songstress graduated from the Anglia Ruskin University in the United Kingdom
- Lovely photos of her graduation ceremony have surfaced online and many have been left impressed
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Some Ghanaians have reacted after impressive photos of Grace Kaki Ocansey, better known as Kaakie following a story that the dancehall queen graduated from the Anglia Ruskin University, United Kingdom.
The Ghana Music Awards' Reggae and Dancehall Artiste for 2013 had taken a long break from the Ghanaian music scene to pursue further studies in the UK.
Fans had been concern about why their ''queen'' had been off Ghana’s music scene for this long.
However, recent photos of her graduation ceremony indicate that the songstress was pursuing her studies at the Anglia Ruskin University in the United Kingdom.
Some Ghanaians have reacted since photos of the Ghanaian songstress surfaced online.
Isaac Ebo Millson wrote: ''Congratulations to you sweetie. Come down to your country and imply all what you learnt there into practice.''
Sept Kwabyna Wilson also congratulated Kaakie.
''Education is the key, congratulations my dear,'' Agyapong Michael said.
Others also posted remarkable comments.
Kaakie completed her basic education at St. Martin De Porres Basic School in Dansoman and got admission to continue her education at Achimota School. She holds a BSc Midwifery degree from the University of Ghana.
The notable songstress with outstanding vocals released her first album on December 27, 2006. which contained twenty songs.
Kaakie is popular for her hit songs including Too much, African Fever ft. Sarkodie, Zuukia and DC Turn Up.
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Meanwhile, Ghana made history when the flawless Star Nyaniba Annan represented the nation in the country's first-ever participation in Miss World pageant in 1959 which came off at the Lyceum Ballroom in London.
Miss Ghana, Star Nyaniba Annan, debuted on the global stage in the 9th edition of the Miss World in 1959. It was Ghana’s first appearance on the revered international platform which earned global headlines and was the first to be televised by the BBC.
37 stunning queens contested for the Miss World that year and Ghana's Star Nyaniba Annan didn’t fail to highlight the country's flag on the global platform.
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